Sea Level Rise, Acceleration, and Closure

Guest essay by Rud Istvan Background There is no doubt that interglacials change sea level (SL). And that sea level rise (SLR) can be dramatic on millennial interglacial time scales. That’s what happens when the vast Laurentide ice sheet (among others) melts. But sea level has changed relatively little in the past 7 millennia. We…

Renewable Failure Claim: The Policies were Not Aligned

Guest essay by Eric Worrall WUWT recently reported how a disastrous attempt by South Australia to rely on renewables resulted in peak spot prices of $14,000 / MWh (up from $100 / MWh). Now we have an explanation why – the policies were not aligned. The electricity price hike blame game: a sad product of…