Carbon and Carbonate

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve spent a good chunk of my life around, on, and under the ocean. I worked seasonally for many years as a commercial fisherman off of the western coast of the US. I’ve frozen off my begonias setting nets in driving sleet up in the Bering Sea. I’m also a…

Another one of my blog spawn goes up in flames

As many readers know, the popularity of WUWT has caused some angst and envy in alarmist circles. As a result, I have a collection of hangers on, fake named wannabees, and Internet stalkers. I wear the effort of these clowns  as a badge of honor, in addition to the entertainment they provide. Most of these…

"Snowshoe Hare, Shirleys Bay" by D. Gordon E. Robertson - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Snowshoe_Hare,_Shirleys_Bay.jpg#/media/File:Snowshoe_Hare,_Shirleys_Bay.jpg

Climate Alarmists Discover Natural Selection

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Snow hares – fluffy, cute, less likely to eat you than a Polar Bear. The ideal candidate for the next green icon, except for their distressing lack of rarity, and their unfortunate ability to adapt to changes in their environment. Can Evolution Save Snow Hares From Climate Change? Species go…

Saturday satire – Welcome to the new era of climate

You’ve heard of the Holocene, and the Anthropocene… The ‘Anthropocene‘ is a term widely used since its coining by Paul Crutzen and Eugene Stoermer in 2000 to denote the present time interval, in which many geologically significant conditions and processes are profoundly altered by human activities. Well, hold onto your hats, er data.. Josh writes:…