Irish Famines, Politics, and Climate History

Opinion by Dr. Tim Ball History is the devil’s scripture. Lord Byron The game of history is usually played by the best and the worst over the heads of the…

Bárðarbunga volcano getting ready to blow? 1000 Earthquakes felt as magma moves into ice covered caldera

From the Icelandic Meteorological Office: A summary of seismic activity, written Tuesday evening 19th August 2014 at 20:00 Around 1.000 small earthquakes were detected in the Bárðarbunga region from midnight…

Ooops – According to NASA, ozone destroying CCl4 remains in atmosphere, and continues to be emitted

NASA research shows Earth’s atmosphere contains an unexpectedly large amount of an ozone-depleting compound from an unknown source decades after the compound was banned worldwide. Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4), which was…

'unexpected link between solar activity and climate change' found in Greenland ice

Lund University have published a reconstruction of solar activity vs snow accumulation in Greenland, which indicates a strong correlation between solar minima and a colder climate. ‘The study shows an…

Nigerian climate scammers continue to bilk the climate clueless

E&E newswire reports today: (h/t to Rob Bradley) U.N. agency latest front for prize letter scam Katherine Ling, E&E reporter Published: Wednesday, 8-20-2014 The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate…

UHI – worse than we thought

Remember when I measured the UHI in Reno, NV? It seems the normally alarmist “Climate Central” is just now getting around to recognizing UHI, but of course, they have to…

What's wrong with climate activism and some climate scientists in one ugly nutshell

We’ve seen instances of this before – wishing disaster upon humanity so that it can be used for climate propaganda. However, this tweet from Greg Blanchette sent to the attention…

Crickets, it's whats for dinner

Mary Brown writes in WUWT Tips and Notes: No more steak for you earth hating skeptics. Time to learn to eat sustainable crickets… so says the Washington Post. Of course…