Climate change before our current CO2 worries wrecked Indian mega-cities

From the University of Cambridge, it makes you wonder how climate could just go and change abruptly on its own back then, with CO2 levels being in the “safe zone” and all that: =========================================================== Decline of Bronze Age ‘megacities’ linked to climate change Climate change may have contributed to the decline of a city-dwelling civilization…

A case of the vapours: source of ‘climate-active’ organic aerosol particles pinned down

From Forschungszentrum Juelich , comes what looks to be a pretty important discovery about how plant emitted aerosols like Great Smoky Mountains National Park haze comes about and grows large enough to reflect significant sunlight, something climate models don’t yet fully account for. Major enigma solved in atmospheric chemistry Nature: Researchers discover source of climate-active…

97% of pictures are worth 1000 climate words

Guest essay by By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The Guardian, one of the fastest-collapsing “legacy” news media in Britain, is bleeding circulation more rapidly than almost any other national newspaper. One reason, perhaps, is that on the question of the climate it has long ceased to be even remotely credible. A recent piece by Ketan…

Claim: ‘temperature, not snowfall, driving tropical glacier size’, but Climategate emails suggest otherwise

[UPDATE: and it’s not just Climategate email, see the analysis by McIntyre added below – Anthony ] From Dartmouth College and the irascible Lonnie Thompson of OSU, who still ‘publicly’ thinks  in PR that Kilmanjaro and Peru’s Quelccaya glaciers are affected by temperature, not sublimation due to lack of precipitation. See below for the Climategate email…