Fighting back: CEI Asks Court To Fine AG Walker Based On Bad Faith And DC Anti-SLAPP Law

The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) today asked the District of Columbia Superior Court to fine U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude E. Walker (AG Walker) for violating the organization’s First…

Texas attorney general calling for end to Virgin Islands' Exxon probe

By Andrew Restuccia Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is calling for a halt to the U.S. Virgin Islands’ investigation into ExxonMobil. Paxton is slated to hold a press conference this…

Ontario Climate Plan Leaked: All New Homes to use Electric Heating by 2030

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Globe and Mail claims to have seen a leaked confidential seven billion dollar Ontario master plan, for all new homes to use geothermal or…

Cowboys vs Farmers: Must be Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The history of the American Wild West is being replayed on the fringes of Nigeria, as heavily armed nomadic cattle herders compete with crop farmers…

A new lower estimate of equilibrium climate sensitivity

Steve McIntyre calls attention to a new paper  by J. Ray Bates of the Meteorology and Climate Centre, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University College Dublin, Ireland in a journal called Earth and Space Science. The paper…

April 2016 Global Surface (Land+Ocean) and Lower Troposphere Temperature Anomaly Update

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale This post provides an update of the values for the three primary suppliers of global land+ocean surface temperature reconstructions—GISS through April 2016 and HADCRUT4 and…

Compulsory Courses for Any Curriculum; The Science Dilemma

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball Science is pervasive directly and indirectly in every phase of modern life. While the majority are not directly involved in science, they need to understand…

Greens are Right about Capitalism and CO2 Emissions

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Does Capitalism contribute to global warming? Australian Green Party Candidate Jim Casey wants to revive the debate – so lets start by agreeing with him,…

IPCC Sexual Harassment Case: Two More Women Come Forward

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Two more women have stepped forward, accusing ex UN IPCC Climate Chief Rajendra Pachauri of workplace sexual harassment. Former UN climate change chief to face…

6-6-16: The Designated Day of the Climate Tipping Point

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Good news – we’re finally about to hit a tipping point. The only problem is, nobody will be able to tell the difference. Climate change…

Rolling Home

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Up early this morning, drinking coffee in the Aussie sunshine with a kookaburra cackling in the background and listening to Dwight Yoakum and Buck Owens sing a…

BREAKING: CEI Defeats RICO-20 Ringleader Shukla In FOIA Lawsuit – Emails to be are made public

  From CEI’s web page: CEI Defeats RICO-20 Ringleader In FOIA Lawsuit George Mason University Must Release Documents Calling for Prosecution of Political Opponents The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) prevailed…

Friday Funny – Another look at Ed Hawkins Scary Temperature Spiral

This week there was lots of noise from the Twittersphere and Blogosphere over this tweet from climate scientist Ed Hawkins which was covered at WUWT: Making Global Warming Scarier Spiralling global…

"Five Pacific islands vanish from sight as sea levels rise"

Guest post by David Middleton I was going to debunk this bit of nonsense from New Scientist, but it never identifies the vanishing islands and kind of debunks itself… Going,…

NASA Admits Substantial Climate Uncertainties

Guest essay by Eric Worrall NASA has appealed to the Australian CSIRO not to fire lots of climate scientists, because they are doing “important work”, resolving significant uncertainties in climate…

Motomania

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Today was all about motor sports. Mike and I started by taking the bikes for a spin. Unfortunately, in my haste to go riding I…

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…

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…

Atlantic City Sea Level, Diving Horses, and Modeling of Ice Sheet Changes

Note: our previous post today covered the ridiculous claims from National Geographic about sea-level rise in Atlantic City. This article from 2012 is fascinating and it tells the story of one…

"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.…

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…

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…

Study by Mann: admits 'the pause' in global warming was not predictable, but lets models off the hook

From AGU EOS —Terri Cook, Freelance Writer Was the Recent Slowdown in Surface Warming Predictable? The temporary deceleration in warming across the Northern Hemisphere earlier this century could not have been…

Study: extreme cold from climate change may have killed off Neanderthals

New research suggests climate change may have contributed to extinction of Neanderthals From the UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER A researcher at the University of Colorado Denver has found that Neanderthals…