Condensed Monckton

NOTE: Many new updates below. A few people complained that Christopher Monckton’s rebuttal to Professor Abraham was a bit long, and a perhaps a bit hard to read due to it being jam packed with essential points. I’m advised that a new version exists. Here then below, is a condensed and more tightly formatted version,…

Threaded Climate Extremes

This is a bit of an odd project from NOAA and Cornell.  A more practical name might be “spliced” but I think they just like being able to say: “If it positively, absolutely, has to be extreme, use ThreadEx” “SpliceEx” doesn’t sound cool. At least they realize how surface temperature records get fractured. Of course,…

NSIDC’s Dr. Walt Meier – part 2

Yesterday, Dr. Meier commented on PIPS -VS- PIOMAS, here is Part 2 Here are some thoughts on three other sea ice issues addressed in recent posts: (1) concentration vs. extent, (2) the causes of the 2007 record minimum, and (3) whether it is possible for the Arctic to lose all its sea ice during summer.…

Abraham climbs down

Guest post by The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley UPDATE: A new condensed rebuttal from Monckton for easier reading is available below. Once again I have much to thank Anthony Watts and his millions of readers for. My inbox has been full of kind messages from people who have now had the chance to dip into…

Photos: NOAA’s Carefree Climate Station

UPDATE: A second nearby station has been located, also showing a lower high temperature. See below. First let me say that the Carefree, AZ Skypark airport, and the airport observer have not done anything wrong. I commend them for their service as a NOAA Cooperative Observer, a volunteer job done for the good of the…