A review of the major global temperature metrics for April 2008: Still globally cooler than 1 year ago

Here is a review of the major global temperature metrics in tabular and graph form. There is a bit of disagreement this month. GISS still comes out the warmest, as it did last month, and the month before, and there is a bit of divergence between the RSS and UAH satelitte derived datasets. I’m a little…

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The Accidental Tourist (aka The GISS World Tour)

A guest post by: John Goetz, originally posted on Climate Audit. Occasionally I will take a trip after much careful planning and preparation, only to find myself going off into uncharted territory soon after embarking on my adventure. That is what happened to me recently when I started to take a fresh look at worldwide…

Sunspot cycle more dud than radiation flood

Interesting article at the Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, home to Kitt Peak and other observatories). (h/t to Ric Werme) Picture for illustration only – not from article Sunspot cycle more dud than radiation flood By Dan Sorenson arizona daily star Tucson, Arizona | Published: 05.19.2008 Many solar scientists expected the new sunspot cycle to be…