CEEMD and Sunspots

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve been investigating the use of the “complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition” (CEEMD) analysis method, which I discussed in a previous post entitled Noise-Assisted Data Analysis. One of the big insights leading to modern signal analysis was the brilliant idea of Joseph Fourier. He realized that any given waveform can…

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Palestine Redux

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Back in December of last year I put up a post which said in its entirety: Very short post. I read today that Palestine has been granted full member status in the UNFCCC, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. I also recall from a few years ago that when Palestine…

Vinerism strikes the snowmobiling industry

From the same sort of Dr. David Viner mindset that brought us “Snowfall will be a thing of the past” comes this teary-eyed missive: Snowobiling could be hard hit by climate change, new study says UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT Declining snowfall in Vermont, a likely byproduct of a warming climate, is sure to negatively affect the…

CEI formally objects to climate Witch Hunt from Virgin Islands attorney general

By Andrew Restuccia A lawyer representing the Competitive Enterprise Institute today formally objected to a subpoena from U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker that demands a decade’s worth of internal documents related to climate change. “Your demand on CEI is offensive, it is un-American, it is unlawful, and it will not stand,” Andrew Grossman, a BakerHostetler…

Hump day hilarity – Democracy poll toll

Josh writes: There is a delightful story in the UK news this week: After Internet users overwhelmingly voted to christen Britain’s new $300 million research ship “Boaty McBoatface” in an online naming poll, a government official suggested the name wouldn’t be used. “There is a process now for us to review all of the public’s choices,” Science Minister Jo Johnson told the BBC Monday, per Newsweek. “Many of them were…