Canadian Harp Seals In New England ("prediction" of cooling?)

Canadian Harp Seals may have “read” the predictions of the coming decades of stabilization of global temperatures and perhaps some cooling. Animals like the Harp Seal have experienced many millions of years of climatic change and, through the complex processes of evolution and natural selection, may have developed an ability to sense coming changes. This…


Ten Major Failures of So-called Consensus Climate Science

By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow INTRODUCTION The US congress sub-committee on Energy and Commerce Committee held hearings on whether to restrict in some way the EPA’s regulatory authority relative to greenhouse gas emissions. There were 7 scientists invited to testify. Three of the four who argued not to restrict the EPA played a key…

Non-quote of the week

Usually I have “Quote of the week, but in this case, the silence says far more than any words the Goreacle might utter. At least somebody outside of the blogosphere noticed. From where they say: