CMIP5 Model Temperature Results in Excel

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve been looking at the surface temperature results from the 42 CMIP5 models used in the IPCC reports. It’s a bit of a game to download them from the outstanding KNMI site. To get around that, I’ve collated them into an Excel workbook so that everyone can investigate them. Here’s…

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The economics of the madhouse

The Children’s Coalition’s insane war on natural gas By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley On the very evening when the first October snow in 74 years was falling outside in Parliament Square, the Mother of Parliaments went gaga and nodded through the Climate Change Act 2008 – aptly described as the least justifiable and most expensive…