Dr. Richard Lindzen's talk at EIKE

Dr. Richard Lindzen of MIT speaks at EIKE in Germany on Models vs. Measurements in April 2014, the video was just recently made available on YouTube. His conclusion: Real science…

New study suggests a temperature drop of up to 1°C by 2020 due to low solar activity

From the HockeySchtick:  A paper published today in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics finds long solar cycles predict lower temperatures during the following solar cycle. A lag of 11…

New evidence for oceans of water deep in the Earth

From Northwestern University  (h/t to Harold Ambler) Water bound in mantle rock alters our view of the Earth’s composition Researchers from Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico report…

350.org can't connect consecutive years, much less 'connect the dots'

You just have to laugh. In their zeal to make the current drought situation all about their irrational CO2 fears, Bill McKibben’s 350.org tweeted this ridiculous comparison of before and…

Friday Funny: New supercomputer model becomes self-aware, says it needs more power

World’s Supercomputers Release Study Confirming They Are Not Powerful Enough The supercomputers say the upgrades are needed now. LIVERMORE, CA—Presenting a wide-ranging and extremely detailed case for significant upgrades to…

India Labels Greenpeace A ‘Threat To National Economic Security’

From The Indian Express, 11 June 2014 Priyadarshi Siddhanta & Amitav Ranjan An Intelligence Bureau report on foreign-funded NGOs “negatively impacting economic development” in India has called Greenpeace “a threat to national…

A question about proxies and calibration with the adjusted temperature record

WUWT reader Tom O’Hara writes in a question that seemed worthwhile to discuss. Paleo specialists can weigh in on this. It seems to me that he has a point, but…

NASA to attempt launching another 'carbon observatory' – the last one burned up

WUWT readers may recall that back in 2009, we reported on the first attempt: Orbiting Carbon Observatory satellite burns up Now they are trying again. From NASA JPL: NASA’s first spacecraft…