A Science-Based Rebuttal to Global Warming Alarmism

Guest essay by Steve Goreham Originally published in The Washington Times On September 23, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is scheduled to release the first portion of its Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). AR5 will conclude once again that mankind is causing dangerous climate change. But one week prior on September 17, the Nongovernmental…

The WUWT Hotsheet for Tuesday September 10th, 2013

Carbon soot gets blame for Arctic Ice Melt: Oil industry and household stoves speed Arctic thaw Gas flaring by the oil industry and smoke from residential burning contributes more black carbon pollution to Arctic than previously thought — potentially speeding the melting of Arctic sea ice and contributing to the fast rate of warming in…

In Which We Visit The Neo-Lithic

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach People are all aflutter demanding that the governments around the world step in and do something, anything, about the eventual end of oil and fossil fuels. It reminds me of the old saying, The Stone Age didn’t end because we ran out of stones! However, now that I’m in the…

Rainfall less variable in the warmer 20th century

From the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin, comes this suggestion that a warmer would is a more stable one, weather-wise: Rainfall in South Pacific Was More Variable Before 20th Century A new reconstruction of climate in the South Pacific during the past 446 years shows rainfall varied much more…