Haggis at risk from global warming

From the Now I’ve Heard Everything department. First it was polar bears, now it is sheep guts. The Telegraph.co.uk By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent Haggis is at risk of dying out due to of global warming. The meat pudding is known to children as a rare tartan creature found only in the Highlands but the…

GISS Releases September 2008 Data

GISS (Goddard Institute of Space Studies) Surface Temperature Analysis (GISSTemp) released their monthly global temperature anomaly data for September 2008. Following is the monthly global ∆T from January to September 2008: Year J  F  M  A  M  J  J  A  S 2007 85 61 59 64 55 53 53 55 50 2008 14 25 62 36…

UAH Global Temperature Anomaly Jumps in September

UAH (University of Alabama, Huntsville) Microwave Sounder Unit (MSU) lower troposphere global temperature anomaly data for September 2008 was published this week and unlike August, which moved a bit below the zero anomaly line, with a value of -0.010°C, (down from 0.048°C in July 2008) we now have a significant positive jump to 0.161°C. That makes it…

Dr. Roy Spencer evaporates Tamino’s critique

Dr. Roy W. Spencer replies to “Tamino”‘s latest angry missive. As one commenter in my email list put it: It is absolutely hilarious that Tamino’s lengthy, time-consuming, chest-puffing critique can be so comprehensively dismissed in a mere two sentences. Here is what Dr. Spencer posted on his web page: October 8, 2008: A Brief Comment…