Effective Radiation Level (ERL) Temperature

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Lord Monckton has initiated an interesting discussion of the effective radiation level. Such discussions are of value to me because they strike off ideas of things to investigate … so again I go wandering through the data. Let me define a couple terms I’ll use. “Radiation temperature” is the temperature…

London City Airport

Claim: Climate Crisis is a Racist Crisis

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Black Lives Matter has gone Climate in a big way, with a protest which shut down London City Airport. London City Airport is a premium facility located in the heart of London, near one of London’s major financial / banking districts. Black Lives Matter protest stops flights at London City…

WORLDS COLLIDE: Earth may have collided with Mercury sized planet in the past – carbon tells the tale

From RICE UNIVERSITY: Earth’s carbon points to planetary smashup Element ratios suggest Earth collided with Mercury-like planet HOUSTON — (Sept. 5, 2016) — Research by Rice University Earth scientists suggests that virtually all of Earth’s life-giving carbon could have come from a collision about 4.4 billion years ago between Earth and an embryonic planet similar…

Feet of clay: The official errors that exaggerated global warming – part 3

Part III: How the feedback factor f was exaggerated By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley In this series (Part 1 and Part 2) I am exploring the cumulative errors, large and small, through which the climatological establishment has succeeded in greatly exaggerating climate sensitivity. Since the series concerns itself chiefly with equilibrium sensitivity, time-dependencies, including those…

New data shows 10 year decline in the Atlantic Conveyor

Laurence Hecht writes: This review in the 19 Jun 2015 issue of Science  reported solid observational evidence (not proxies and modeling à la Rahmstorf and Mann) of a 10-year trend of decline in the Atlantic Conveyor. It’s not long enough to prove anything, but it’s solid data based on a string of tethered buoys stretching across the…