So, if you get divorced, can you chop them down?

From the Philippines, a whole new twist to getting wood.

New study suggests that the volcanic impact on climate may be significantly underestimated

Thick ash poured from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull Volcano when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite acquired this image on April 17, 2010. The ash in this image…

Monday Mirthiness

Josh visually chronicles how the proxy data was made to fit in Kauf-mann et al 2011, which we published on here.

Researchers set up fake global warming websites to study response

Ah yes, the tired old you are irrelevant because are funded by big (coal, gas, oil, wood, propane, butane, electric, peat, Exxon-Mobil take your pick) gets turned into a peer…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

Fred Singer will be spreading the joyous news that humanity and the environment do not face eminent destruction. The claim of unprecedented and dangerous global warming is scientifically false. Fred’s…

The BBC's Richard Black Engages in "Goldilocks-Picking"

Guest post by David Middleton From the BBC… Climate: Cherries are not the only fruit Just about the most predictable event of the week was the tempest of opinion created…

Transcript of Andrew Bolt's "Carbon Sunday" interview with Richard Lindzen

Guest post by Alec Rawls Anthony posted the video earlier. Professor Lindzen as casually bemused dragon-slayer. Highly quotable, so I thought I’d create a transcript. Here is Lindzen’s damning conclusion…