Nils-Axel Mörner: Arctic Environment by the Middle of this Century

Guest Post by Ric Werme Nils-Axel Mörner, best known for his career of studying sea level and sea level records, reported in the April 2011 issue of the journal Energy…

Solar showdown: weeds -vs- silicon

Pierre Gosselin points out this absurdity on his website: Weed-Covered, Neglected Solar Park: 20 Acres, $11 Million, Only One And Half Years Old! German solar skeptic website SOLARKRITIK.DE here provides the…

Scientific American launches new blog network, sans climate

From Scientific American, Press release, July 5th 2011: Blog Network Launches on ScientificAmerican.com Today Scientific American launched a new blog network which unites editorial, independent and group blogs under the…

New peer reviewed study discovers that when CO2 was higher in the past, not as hot as previously thought

How hot did Earth get in the past? By Judy Holmes, Syracuse University (press release) The question seems simple enough: What happens to the Earth’s temperature when atmospheric carbon dioxide…

La Niña on the way out, "La Nada" on the way in

From NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab: La Niña’s Exit Leaves Climate Forecasts in Limbo It’s what Bill Patzert, a climatologist and oceanographer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., likes…

The IPCC and high biased climate sensitivity

Nicholas Lewis (who with Jeff Id and Ryan O’Donnell rebutted Steig et al and the flawed Antarctica surface temperature analysis) writes in with a note about a post on Climate,…

Roy Spencer's new book

Dr. Roy Spencer has a new book out, and I’m happy to give him space on WUWT with a plug for it. Josh of cartoonsbyjosh.com did the cover art. Looks…

Study: solar activity lull increases chances of cold UK winters

From the Institute of Physics More than 1 in 10 chance of colder UK winters As the Sun enters a period of low solar activity over the next 50 years,…