A First Look at 'Possible artifacts of data biases in the recent global surface warming hiatus' by Karl et al., Science 4 June 2015

Guest essay by Ross McKitrick University of Guelph June 4, 2015 UPDATED June 8 2015: Some changes and corrections noted in red. Also added MAT records and  Kent figure 18…

Another 'hiatus in global warming' discovered

While Karl et al. 2015 blathers on about eliminating the “hiatus” in global warming through creative adjustments and cherry picking of periods to achieve a desired outcome, Rasmussen Reports made…

@NOAA 's desperate new paper: Is there no global warming 'hiatus' after all?

Patrick J. Michaels Richard S. Lindzen Paul C. Knappenberger A new paper published today by Science, from Thomas Karl and several co-authors[1], that removes the “hiatus” in global warming prompts…

NOAA/NCDC's new 'pause-buster' paper: a laughable attempt to create warming by adjusting past data

Did SNL’s Tommy Flanagan Oversee the New Surface Temperature Data? By Bob Tisdale and Anthony Watts, commentary from Dr. Judith Curry follows There is a new paper published the journal Science…

BREAKING – EPA: Fracking poses no 'widespread, systemic' harm to drinking water

Ouch, that’s going to leave a mark. Via Politico – A much-anticipated EPA report on hydraulic fracturing hands a victory to the oil and gas industry by concluding that the…

Kofi Annan: Australia has forfeited world leadership on climate policy

Kofi “let them eat insects” Annan thinks Australia is not imposing sufficiently draconian climate policies on her citizens, to qualify as a leading green power. According to Annan; “Despite the…

Senator Whitehouse: Use the RICO law against climate "Deniers"

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Senator Whitehouse has a conspiracy theory, about why people aren’t embracing skyrocketing energy prices and a substantially degraded quality of life. According to Whitehouse; Fossil…

An Inherently Stable System

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach At the end of my last post , I said that the climate seems to be an inherently stable system. The graphic below shows ~2,000…