Noise Assisted Data Analysis

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Once again, Dr. Curry’s “Week in Review-Science and Technology” doesn’t disappoint. I find the following: Evidence of a decadal solar signal in the Amazon River: 1903 to 2013 [link]  by Antico and Torres So I go to the link, and I find the abstract: Abstract It has been shown that…

BHP Exec leaves Paris COP21 due to “wanted” posters

Guest essay by Eric Worrall BHP climate executive Fiona Wild has left Paris, after her face appeared on series of “Wanted” posters. BHP denies that Ms Wild left because of concerns about personal security, though the Financial Times claims that she was upset by the personal nature of the campaign. According to the Financial Times;…

NCAR: winter sea ice could hold steady in the next several years

NCAR develops method to predict sea ice changes years in advance From the NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH/UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH and the “we know so we’ll put that statement in a press release” department comes this interesting tidbit of modeling certainty. BOULDER – Climate scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)…

Quelle Surprise! The #COP21 climate talks are deadlocked

From the “Josh predicted this” department, see stage 5. As Predicted: Paris Climate Talks Deadlocked India’s crucial role at the climate change talks in Paris has once again been underlined by a high-level outreach by the United States, including a call to Prime Minister Modi from President Barack Obama who hopes to cement his legacy…

What could be worse than Artificial Trees?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A while ago WUWT wrote about the inexplicable green fascination with technological monstrosities, such as artificial trees, to replace real trees. And of course we already know about the green love of wind turbines and solar farms, which cover vast acreages of the natural landscape with concrete, plastic and steel.…