A "warmist" scientist embraces the Heartland Conference

As many know, I recently returned from ICCC4. It has taken me a couple of days to get back on track and I want to share over the next couple of days, some of the things I saw there. One thing I witnessed was a story of courage and of professionalism in the face of…

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The Gulf oil slick from space – NOT

UPDATE: The press release from Goddard Space Flight Center showing sunglints suggesting they are all from the oil slick is wrong. Satellite specialist Dr. Roy Spencer writes in to show me a different MODIS/AQUA image from three days ago that shows clearly where the slick is and is not: http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/subsets/?subset=USA7.2010137.terra.2km high res 1 km image…

GISS Arctic Trends Disagree with Satellite Data

By Steven Goddard GISS has explained their steeper temperature slope since 1998 vs. Had-Crut, as being due to the fact that they are willing to extrapolate 1200 km across the Arctic into regions where they may have no data – whereas Had-Crut prefers to work with regions of the Arctic where they actually have thermometers.…

Tanganyika Revisited

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The new Nature Magazine article on Lake Tanganyika, “Late-twentieth-century warming in Lake Tanganyika unprecedented since AD 500”, discussed a couple days ago by Anthony Watts here, was quite interesting to me. In 2003 I had contributed a “Communications Arising” to Nature Magazine regarding earlier claims that AGW was causing productivity loss…