Tag Archives: GlobalWarming

Earth’s entire thermal infrared spectrum observed

From AGU highlights, interesting, but readers should note that this is one point on Earth in Chile, not a summation of the  atmospheric absorption, emission, and transmission of infrared radiation for the entire globe. For first time, entire thermal infrared … Continue reading

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Pilot video for a series: Bill Scientific – “The Greenhouse Effect”

Guest post by Bill DiPuccio, Science Teacher Let’s face it, high school science videos can be boring and ineffective. I like my science with a twist of comic exaggeration. So I decided to produce a video with enough humor to … Continue reading

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What – you mean we aren’t controlling the climate?

Correlation of Net CO2 emissions with climate properties shows that the growth in CO2 may be natural Story submitted by WUWT reader Steve Brown The narrative of the catastrophic anthropogenic global warming has been challenged at many levels but this … Continue reading

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Polar bears and sulfates

From the University of Washington  some apparent confusion about what sulfates look like. Injecting sulfate particles into stratosphere won’t fully offset climate change IMAGE:A polar bear walks along an expanse of open water at the edge of Hudson Bay near … Continue reading

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Great moments in doomsday countdowns

With Al Gore’s recent re-emergence from the dead with An Inconvenient Truth, Version 2.0, I find myself noting his website, The Climate Reality Project (formerly The Alliance for Climate Protection) countdown clock has a familiar look to it. It has … Continue reading

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Quote of the week – still “wirthless” after all these years edition

Readers will recall that I launched a volley against former Senator Tim Wirth regarding his recent statement where he wants to “come after” skeptics. I also made him a standing offer to attend the upcoming ICCC6 conference, offering up  my … Continue reading

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Democrats and Republicans increasingly divided over global warming

Gosh, we never would have figured this out on our own. The conclusion is stunning: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION In response to our first research question, we find a sizable political divide between liberals/Democrats and conservatives/Republicans in the American public on … Continue reading

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Climate Science Myths And Misconceptions – Post #2 On The Metric Of Global Warming

Guest post by Dr. Roger Pielke Senior As discussed in the post Climate Science Myths And Misconceptions – Post #1 On The Global Annual Average Surface Temperature Trend the global annual average surface temperature trend has become the icon of communicating climate … Continue reading

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Ocean Heat Content Adjustments: Follow-up and More Missing Heat

Guest post by Craig Loehle On June 2, 2009 at WUWT in Anomalous Spike in Ocean Heat Content I commented on what looked like a data discontinuity in ocean heat content data. In this follow-up post, I show that the recent … Continue reading

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Joe Bastardi in Vanity Fair

This is a campy interview by Eric Spitznagel who runs “Awkward question time” at VF, is with our favorite forecaster, Joe Bastardi. Spitznagel was trying to make Joe look like some sort of WWF member (Not the fake wildlife crisis … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – Total Ecplise of the Moonbat

Dr. Richard North of the EU Referendum has few words for George Monbiot regarding his recent claim that cold snowy winters are the result of “global warming”. North writes:

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