There is a Way to make Renewables Viable

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Renewables in their current form are a nonsense solution to the world’s energy needs. However, there is a combination of technologies which could make solar…

Five trillion is a red line. Cross it and the environment crashes!

By Larry Kummer. From the Fabius Maximus website. Summary: Here are three stories about environmental destruction, all featuring “five trillion” as the horrific number. Scary stories. Are they accurate? To…

"Old water": The latest explanation for the Antarctic Ice Anomaly

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A new research paper claims that the Antarctic Ocean is staying cold, because it receives large infusions of “old water”, water which has been sitting…

Nuclear Demands a share of Illinois Carbon Subsidies

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Illinois nuclear plant operators have demanded more subsidies, to help keep unprofitable nuclear plants open, to prevent a surge of fossil fuel usage which they…

May 2016 ENSO Update – The 2015/16 El Niño Has Reached Its End

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale This post provides an update of many of the ENSO-related variables we presented as part of the 2014-15 El Niño Series and for the 2015/16…

The sea levels are now reducing in the “hotspots of acceleration” of Washington and New York

Guest essay by Albert Parker* Hopefully everybody remember Sallenger’s “hot spots” of sea level acceleration along the East Coast of the US. Asbury H. Sallenger Jr, Kara S. Doran & Peter…

A Major Malaise of Climatology is Pervasive in Science

Guest Opinion; Dr. Tim Ball Scientists lost the scientific script somewhere in the 20th century. The major loss involved the fact that correlation is not cause and effect. It was…

Australia Accused of Manipulating a UN Climate Report

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australia has been repeated accused over the last few weeks, of successfully lobbying UNESCO to drop mention of the Great Barrier Reef from a climate…

2015 Updated NOAA Tide Gauge Data Shows No Coastal Sea Level Rise Acceleration

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin NOAA has updated its extensive U.S. coastal tide gauge data measurement records (http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/sltrends_us.htm) to include data through year 2015. These measurements include tide gauge data…

Greens Blame Donald Trump for Crumbling Paris Climate Accord

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Never mind he’s not even President yet – greens are already trying to pin the blame for the embarrassing slow motion collapse of the Paris…

Surprise finding: Arctic Ocean methane does not reach the atmosphere

From the CAGE – CENTER FOR ARCTIC GAS HYDRATE, CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT and the cancel the “methane time bomb” department comes this surprising finding: 250 methane flares release the climate gas…

Bazinga! Edward Maibach and his FOI emergency stay for the #RICO20 emails gets slapped down by the court

From my sources in Virginia Court, comes this news about what we reported on recently: CEI fires back at Ed Maibach over ’emergency stay’ of #RICO20 FOIA documents – looks like…

Another Eric Holthaus moment: calls to reduce family size to save planet

Remember Eric Holthaus? He’s the activist who said that he’d get a vasectomy and stop flying to save the planet from climate change. Yet, he couldn’t do either of those,…

Claim: Climate Threatens the Statue of Liberty

Image from the WUWT story: National Geographic’s Junk Science: How long will it take for sea level rise to reach midway up the Statue of Liberty? Guest essay by Eric Worrall…

Green French Turn to Emergency Fossil Fuel Reserves

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The strongly pro-green French Government have unlocked their strategic fossil fuel reserves, to keep the economy going, in the midst of economically crippling strikes which…

Former "Underwater Cabinet" Maldives President Granted British Asylum

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, famous for holding a cabinet meeting underwater to highlight alleged climate issues, has been granted political asylum to remain in…

Study: UHI affects the urban growing season

From the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON Spring comes sooner to urban heat islands, with potential consequences for wildlife MADISON, Wis. — With spring now fully sprung, a new study by University…

More FOI follies from the George Mason University #RICO20 train wreck: Edward Maibach, 'legal gymnast'

People send me stuff. Today, I’ve been given CEI’s response to the “emergency stay” that Ed Maibach filed (via his own attorney) last week that sought not only to prevent…

Senators ask DOJ to end 'abuse of power', 'prosecutorial misconduct' in persecuting climate skeptics

Via press release: Senators Demand DOJ Cease Investigation Into Opponents of President Obama’s Energy Policies WASHINGTON – U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), David Perdue…

"Clean-Energy Jobs Surpass Oil Drilling for First Time in U.S." So what?

Guest post by David Middleton   From Bloomberg… The number of U.S. jobs in solar energy overtook those in oil and natural gas extraction for the first time last year,…

Climate Models Don't Work

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin In February 2016 climate scientist Dr. John Christy presented testimony to Congress demonstrating that climate models grossly exaggerate and over estimate the impact of atmospheric CO2…

Introducing the global warming speedometer

A single devastating graph shows official climate predictions were wild By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The new global warming speedometer shows in a single telling graph just how badly the…

CERN's CLOUD experiment results suggests industrial revolution reduced cloud cover, cosmic rays have an impact too

From CERN Our planet’s pre-industrial climate may have been cloudier than presently thought, shows CERN’s CLOUD experiment in two papers published in Nature. CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial…

Current atmospheric models underestimate the dirtiness of Arctic air

From the “we told you so” department, it seems they are just now catching up with observations. Black carbon aerosols–particles of carbon that rise into the atmosphere when biomass, agricultural…