NASA’s tricky sea level newsletter

Dave Burton writes: Those NASA guys are tricky. Click the “Update: Sea level change / Ocean rising at 3.42 mm per year” link in their latest Newsletter and you’ll see the big, bold “3.42 mm/yr” near the top of the web page, and two very similar-looking graphs of sea-level: one from satellites, and one from…

Idiotic: InfluenceMap is arguing that Shell’s promotion of solar power is now “climate denial”

InfluenceMap Continues Green Campaign to Dupe the Press on “Climate Denial” by Steve Everley energyindepth.org , Dallas, Tex. A new report from a climate-focused advocacy group attempts to quantify spending on “obstructive climate policy lobbying,” estimating that fossil fuel companies may be spending upwards of $500 million per year to “influence” the debate. But a…

La Niña and a Cooler Earth May Be Coming Faster Than Predicted

Our WUWT ENSO meter in the right sidebar has ticked down twice in the last week, and the most important 3-4 region of the Pacific monitored for ENSO conditions looks like it is in freefall: In their weekly discussion posted Monday, April 6th, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center had this to say: During the last four weeks, equatorial…