December 2016 Projected Temperature Anomalies from NCEP/NCAR Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes In continuation of my Temperature Anomaly projections, the following are my December projections, as well as last month’s projections for November, to see how well…

Mother Jones: "Trump Effect" Undermining Support for German Green Energy

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Mother Jones thinks spillover from the US election is helping the rise of the German AFD, and undermining support for Green Energy. But perhaps the…

U.S. flood risk is basically a wash thanks to changing weather patterns

Flood threats changing across US University of Iowa study finds flood risk growing in the North, declining in the South The risk of flooding in the United States is changing…

Friday Funny @Algore 'Climate Reality Project' – too stupid to know the difference between CO2 and water vapor

People send me stuff. Today I got a “please send money” solicitation from multi-millionaire climate crusader Al Gore, who reportedly has increased his net worth north of $200 million since…

Do the math: climate policies cannot change century-end temperature more than 0.5ºC

Guest essay by Alberto Zaragoza Comendador Read any article on the Paris agreement and you’ll find lots of degrees. If we follow this pathway we can still keep under two…

Are Public Positions on Climate Change Changing?

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen This is a follow-on to Bob Tisdale’s recent piece on Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources’ changes to its Great Lakes climate change statement. If you…

NY Attorney General: Save the Clean Power Plan, Or Else

Guest essay by Eric Worrall New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who led the failed “Attorneys General United for Clean Power” effort to harass climate skeptics, is now demanding President-elect…

Scott Adams (Dilbert Author): The Climate Science Challenge

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Scott Adams, author of the famous Dilbert Cartoon, has challenged readers to find a qualified scientist who thinks climate models do a good job of…

At the length truth will out

By Andy May Some will recognize the title as part of a line by Launcelot Gobbo in Act II, scene 2 of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. In plainer and…

Wisconsin DNR Revises Position on Climate Change: Removes Caused by “Human Activities” from Great Lakes Webpage

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale Lee Bergquist opens his article DNR purges climate change from webpage at the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel (my brackets): The state Department of Natural Resources recently…

Climate Change: The Frightening Rise of Dangerous Manmade Global Voguing

By Michael David White A change in temperature is a change in climate. We worry about man-made climate change if a temperature change will last decades or centuries and if…

Latest Liberal Climate Plan: Buy Off the "Conservative Elites", To Sway the Sheep

Guest essay by Eric Worrall One of the more amusing climate dramas in the wake of the Trump victory, is watching Liberal attempts to construct a theory of Conservative climate…

An example of "squeaky clean" climate science

I have often noted that the number of climate scientists (including both real-and self proclaimed) around the world is quite small, and those with certain areas of expertise, such as…

Wacky Professor Palermo: Ban Trump from Twitter, because of his Climate Skepticism

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Professor Joseph A. Palermo, writing for the Huffington Post, thinks anyone who doesn’t agree with climate alarmism shouldn’t be allowed to use any of the…

Californian Climate Madness: Committed to Moving Forward, Ignoring Warnings From Business

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Breitbart; California has committed to moving forward with its job destroying climate policies, regardless of vocal complaints from business leaders. California, at Forefront of…

Effect of climate policies on CO2 emissions: imperceptible

Guest essay by Alberto Zaragoza Comendador When discussing climate change, one often hears this or that bad thing will happen ‘if we do nothing’. Implicit in this assertion is the…

Newly launched Chinese satellite claims to monitor CO2 – but does it?

I could be wrong, but this this has all the indications to me of being a cover story for a spy satellite. The artist rendering (below) they provide with the…

Another good target for EPA reform

Europe gives Trump Administration excellent tutorials on how not to regulate pesticides Guest essay by Paul Driessen With reform-minded folks in charge of the Executive and Legislative Branches, unelected, unaccountable,…

Ice Age Survival – Threading The Genetic and Behavioral Bottleneck

Guest essay by Susan Corwin Agriculture started about 13,000 YAG when “it became possible”. This is a continuation of the “top down” investigation of how civilization happened to develop. .1.1…

Warming by [less] Upwelling of Cold Ocean Water

Guest essay by Wim Röst The best kept secret in the ‘climate world’ probably is: the cooling capacity of the deep sea. Some attention is paid to the heat uptake…

Ben Santer to Trump: "Don't listen to the 'ignorant voices' on climate change"

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Ben Santer, who infamously once threatened to beat up climate skeptic Pat Michaels (see Climategate email 1255100876.txt), has offered his services to President-elect Trump as…

Global Cooling and Wikipedia Fake News

By Andy May There is an excellent new post up at notrickszone.com on the global cooling scare of the 1970’s and the efforts to erase it from the record by…

Merry Christmas to all!

I think I’ll take the day off. To fill in for me, here is an 8 hour Christmas music mix that you can turn on and listen to. I have…

Fishy Claim: 1.5°C Paris Agreement target could net six million tons of fish annually

From the NIPPON FOUNDATION-NEREUS PROGRAM Meeting the Paris Agreement global warming target of 1.5°C will have large benefits to fisheries, finds a new Nippon Foundation-Nereus Program study published in Science. For…