What I’m reading on the plane

Quite by accident I took a wrong turn this AM while searching for a Starbucks, and ended up in front of an interesting bookshop in the old Scots Church building in Sydney. I went in and one of the first books I saw, prominently displayed, was this book written by BoM: It was pricey, large…

Arctic Ice Graphing Lesson Increasing By 50,000 km2 Per Year

By Steven Goddard [see important addendum added to end of article ~ ctm] [Note: The title and conclusion are wrong due to bias in the start/end point of the graph, the mistake was noted by Steven immediately after publication, and listed below as an addendum. I had never seen the article until after the correction…

My interview on the road

This interview below by Tom Minchin took place in a hospital staff room just a few minutes before my presentation in Hamilton City, Victoria at the hospital auditorium. Tom did a much better job than most reporters because not only did he ask useful questions, he recorded it and wrote from that, rather than just…

AGW Mathematics : -30 + 5 = 0

By Steven Goddard, From The Vancouver Sun, a survey of leading climate scientists. “More than half the experts think there is a more than 10 per chance we’ll get five degrees C warming under that scenario,” he says. “And five degrees C is gigantic,” says Keith, noting it is enough to “knock out” the Greenland…

Ponderous Pachyderms Prevent Permafrost

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Anthony Watts has pointed to a curious new paper in his article “Climate Craziness of the Week: The AGU peddles a mammoth climate change theory”  I thought I’d use it as an example of how I take a first cut at whether a theory is reasonable or not. The new…

Penn State Report Released

Online here I don’t have a lot to say about this, but I would suggest reading the comments over at the Climate Audit thread on the subject. The acount of Richard Lindzen’s testimony in the report is interesting. ~ charles the moderator UPDATE: Dr. Mann responds to the news in a video interview below.