James Delingpole Climate Views on The Virgin Podcast

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Billionaire Entrepreneur Richard Branson, head of the Virgin Group, who sometimes features on WUWT for his strong pro climate advocacy views, has upset fellow travellers by allowing airtime for prominent British climate skeptic James Delingpole. According to the Virgin website; “In everything I write, I try to be as honest…

Negative Climate Feedbacks are Real and Large

Guest essay by Leland Park Global warming theories propose positive feedbacks to explain magnified greenhouse effects that might trigger catastrophic warming. Naturally, any clues in temperature observations that might indicate feedback would be of great interest to climate science. It turns out that climate feedback is very real, large and negative. Climate Cause and Effect.…

“Atlantic City Gambles on Rising Seas”

Or… Resettling the First American ‘Groundwater Hydrology Refugees’ Guest post by David Middleton Featured image borrowed from the HuffPuff. Once upon a time National Geographic magazine was a respectable publication. By Michael Edison Hayden PUBLISHED MAY 4, 2016 ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY Claudia Waller’s anxious eyes flit across the living room of a home where…

Fraud: Most EU Carmakers Report False CO2 Emissions

Tesla Throws Cold Water On Its Own Hype Volkswagen’s diesel scandal could just be the tip of a very large iceberg when it comes to carmakers faking emissions figures. Carmakers are exploiting weak and outdated EU laws to claim misleading statistics about fuel efficiency, a new report says. Real-world CO2 emissions are up to 40…

Making Global Warming Scarier

Climate researchers have a problem. A degree or two of global warming simply isn’t scary. When Hollywood created “The Day After Tomorrow”, the cold snap allegedly triggered by global warming was by far the most deadly threat faced by the heroes. So Ed Hawkins, a professor at University of Reading, has ditched boring old graphs,…