NSIDC Mark Serreze's sea ice 'death spiral' no longer 'screaming' on the way down, now termed to be 'erratic & bumpy'

From the University of Colorado at Boulder, where they are apparently attempting to explain away why Arctic sea ice isn’t living up to previous wild claims such as those made by Dr. Mark Serreze of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, who famously said that the Arctic is in a ‘Death Spiral’ in response…

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Improving Climate Literacy: 'Temperature Homogenization Activity'

Guest essay by Jim Steele In 2012 the National Academies of Science published A Framework For K-12 Science Education Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas. Although the framework often characterizes climate change as a negative and disruptive phenomenon, the framework clearly states students need to understand all the factors causing climate change writing, “Natural factors…

Global warming is still on the 'Great Shelf'

Annual report on global temperature change to December 2014 By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Global warming is not happening at anything like the predicted rate. The divergence between prediction and reality is now severe. Despite revisions in the terrestrial datasets calculated to cause an unmeasured increase in the warming rate of recent decades, the gulf…

Mental Midgets Try To Bite Dr. Willie Soon's Ankles

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach According to a biased article in the Boston Globe, a man named Kert Davies, the Executive Director of something called the “Climate Investigations Center” (CIC) has penned a scurrilous letter to the journal Science Bulletin, accusing Dr. Willie Soon of a conflict of interest. The article says he was accused because…

Study: Siberian permafrost has been warming for 7000 years

Winters in Siberian permafrost regions have warmed since millenia For the first time, researchers have reconstructed the development of winter temperatures in Russia’s Lena River Delta based on old ground ice data From the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research For the first time, researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute have…

Methane deceptions

Deception, agenda and folly drive latest Obama EPA anti-hydrocarbon rules. Are farmers next?   Guest essay by Paul Driessen First they came for the coal mining and power plant industry, and most people did not speak out because they didn’t rely on coal, accepted Environmental Protection Agency justifications at face value, or thought EPA’s war…

IPCC Climate Science As A Gestalt Theory Problem

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball The proverb that “they can’t see the forest for the trees” means, they are so consumed with detail, they don’t understand the larger situation. This is true of society in general and climatology in particular. One book that at least addresses part of the problem as it relates to climate,…