Gigantic asteroid near miss coming this Thursday

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Express reports that a colossal one mile wide asteroid will brush past the Earth this Thursday, with a closest approach of 3 million kilometres – far too close for comfort, with a rock that big. According to The Express; The gigantic missile thought to measure almost a mile across…

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A benefit of increased Carbon Dioxide: increased efficiency in tree growth, no "Mike's Nature trick" needed

Gosh, whouda thunk it? There goes Mann’s hockey stick. No wonder he had to truncate all the data after 1960 and splice on the instrumental record. Of course, as I’ve said before, Mann ignored Liebigs Law to make the “big lies” called “Mikes Nature trick” and “hide the decline“. Trees simply can’t be just a…

Well, at least the daphnia will survive 'climate change'

There’s lots of worries about “species extinction” due to climate change, and so far the track record on those predictions isn’t doing so good, such as the First animal claimed extinct due to ‘climate change’ found ‘alive and well’. From KU Leuven Water fleas genetically adapt to climate change The water flea has genetically adapted…

A few models wandered over the pause…

Dana Nuccitelli has written a defence of climate models, in which he appears to claim that a few models randomly replicating the pause should be considered evidence that climate modelling is producing valid results. According to The Guardian; … There’s also no evidence that our expectations of future global warming are inaccurate. For example, a…

On the Pause in Global Sea Ice Anomalies

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale I just finished the illustrations and text for another chapter of my upcoming book. The latest was about sea ice data. I believe you’ll be interested in one of the topics from that chapter. As noted in the title of the post, the topic is the “pause” in global sea…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #179

The Week That Was: 2015-05-09 (May 9, 2015) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) Controversial Points: On her web site, Climate Etc., Judith Curry explores what she considers the most controversial points in climate science. The points…