NPR weighs in on climate change policy, predictably

NPR helpfully weighs in on climate change and the upcoming election.  Even though a certain party has had super-majority control of the Congress and the Executive branch for the past 2-years (and done nothing on energy/climate policy),  NPR blames the real boogeymen and women:  GOP candidates not-yet-elected and, of course author George W. Bush.  Their…

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Major Winter Storm headed for the US West Coast

Snow will come to California’s Sierra Nevada a bit earlier than usual. Animate this image >>> Ryan Maue adds:  “as this storm pulls eastward, it will “bomb” out or explosively deepen over the Great Plains and move into the upper-Midwest.  The barometric pressure will fall to 962 mb 955 mb according to the most recent…

More Oddities with the IPCC Numbers

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach A number of people have said Hey, in your previous post, the missing forcing is going into the ocean, so it’s still “in the pipeline”. I had considered that, but it didn’t make sense. I’ve taken a closer look, and it still doesn’t make sense. According to the IPCC calculations…

Breakthrough at Scientific American

Vincent Gray advises me via email: Dear Folks I have been a subscriber to the “Scientific American” for as long as I can remember. I have been bitterly disappointed at there persistent embrace of the climate change fraud and the publicity they have given to its promoters. I have still kept subscribing for the occasional…

Discovery: more than just water in moon's craters

From Science@NASA: Nearly a year after announcing the discovery of water molecules on the moon, scientists have revealed new data uncovered by NASA’s Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, or LRO—and it’s more than just water. An artist’s concept of LCROSS approaching the moon in Oct. 2009. [more] The…

A Strange Problem with the IPCC Numbers

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach ABSTRACT The IPCC says that the expected change in temperature arising from a change in forcing is equal to the change in forcing times the climate sensitivity. The IPCC provides values we can use to estimate the total human and natural forcing change since 1850. The IPCC also proves estimates…