Climate Models -vs- Climate Reality: diverging or just a dip?

Here’s something really interesting:  two comparisons between model ensembles and  3 well known global climate metrics plotted together. The interesting part is what happens in the near present. While the…

Why Third Year Arctic Ice Will Increase Next Year

Guest post by Steven Goddard In spite of the excess global sea ice area and the freezing Catlin crew, AGW proponents have recently ramped up the rhetoric about “melting ice…

Update: Sun and Ice

By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM The sun remains in a deep slumber. Today we are 15 days into April without a sunspot and with 603 sunspotless day this cycle minimum, 92…

Sir John Maddox (1925-2009)

Story here John Maddox, a former editor of the journal Nature, who attended yesterday’s meeting, said the sceptics might have a point. He did not dispute that carbon dioxide emissions…

The oceans as a calorimeter and solar amplification

For those who don’t know, a calorimeter is a device to measure heat capacity. There is an entire science called calorimetry devoted to this measurement. Scottish physician and scientist Joseph…

Rommulan Sudden Acceleration

I found this article well researched and clearly written, so I thought I’d repost it here for all to enjoy. Warren Meyers was one of the first volunteers for the…