Examining SORCE data shows the Sun continues its slide toward somnolence

Guest post by Guillermo Gonzalez I recently happened upon the SORCE/TIM website and decided to look up the plot of the full total solar irradiance (TSI) dataset (http://lasp.colorado.edu/sorce/data/tsi_data.htm#plots) The SORCE mission began collecting TSI data in February 2003. I was curious to see if the variations in the TSI had begun to rise yet, perhaps…


Antarctica's Bipolar Disorder

Guest post by Steven Goddard Two days ago I questioned how Antarctic ice could be both “melting faster than expected” and “expanding” at the same time.  Yet (as WUWT has noted before) the answer is obvious – according to NASA, most of Antarctica is both cooling rapidly and heating rapidly at the same time. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=6502