Perfect place for a thermometer in Oz

I’m in Townsville, Queensland, Australia (a rather tropical place) on a speaking tour, and as I walked up to my hotel room I felt a wave of heat, and some…

Then and now, Europe, US to see snowy, cold winters: expert

By charles the moderator From the “No matter what happens we can attribute it to Anthropogenic Climate Change” Department. In a story in physorg.com James Overland of the US National…

Does money grow in wind farms?

Wind turbines are a poor way to harness energy – but a very good way to generate public subsidies, says Andrew Gilligan. By Andrew Gilligan from The UK Telegraph Published:…

Poudre River Sets A Record

By Steven Goddard From The Declining Spring Snowcover Department Yesterday afternoon, the Cache La Poudre River set its June 12 stream flow record flowing through Fort Collins, Colorado. At 1:30…

New Dogs; Old Tricks:

Over at Climate Audit Steve McIntyre has started a  new series on the “the trick.”  To this day the trick is still largely misunderstood by nearly everyone discussing it, except…