GISS for June – way out there

NASA GISS has released their global temperature anomaly data for June 2009 and it is quite the surprise. In both the UAH and RSS satellite data sets, global temperature anomaly went down in June. GISS went up, and is now the largest June anomaly since 1998, when we had the super El Nino. Data source:…

"There appears to be something fundamentally wrong with the way temperature and carbon are linked in climate models."

From e! sciencenews Global warming: Our best guess is likely wrong Published: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 – 11:45 in Earth & Climate Rice University/Photos.com No one knows exactly how much Earth’s climate will warm due to carbon emissions, but a new study this week suggests scientists’ best predictions about global warming might be incorrect. The study,…

Real Climate gives reason to cheer…

Though, a couple of the cheerleaders don’t look all that happy. Left to Right: Dr. Gavin Schmidt (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), Dr. Paul Knappenberger (President of the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum), Dr. Wally Broecker (Columbia University), and Dr. Ray Pierrehumbert (University of Chicago) pose for a photo after the first of the Global…