Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #268

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) Recap of John Christy’s Testimony: Described in the April 1 TWTW, the March 29 written testimony of John Christy provides further physical evidence refuting the hypothesis encompassed in the 1979 Chaney Report…

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April 2017 Projected Temperature Anomalies from NCEP/NCAR Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes In continuation of my Temperature Anomaly projections, the following are my April projections, as well as last month’s projections for March, to see how well they fared. Data Set Projected Actual Delta HadCRUT4 2017/03 +0.817 (incomplete data) HadCRUT4 2017/04 +0.606 (incomplete data) GISS 2017/03 +1.03 +1.12 +0.09 GISS 2017/04 +0.77…

Sun-Cloud-Ocean Update

Guest essay by Mike Jonas “so much to say…so little time.” – Roy Spencer I have at last found the time for the next step in my Sun-Cloud-Ocean calculations. But first, I would like to thank everyone who commented on my previous article. Some are addressed directly below, and all comments (well, most) were useful.…

Craziest protest signs from the People's #climatemarch

Ah, the stupid, it burns like a magnesium flare. Here’s a collection of some of the most zany, crazy and interesting signs, tweets, and photos from the “People’s Climate March” going on today. To understand what you are about to see, view their game plan first: This post will be updated through the day. Ok…

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Green Fury over NYT hiring a lukewarmer columnist: Brett Stephens

Guest essay by Eric Worrall New York Times has triggered intolerant deep greens across the USA, by hiring a columnist who is not completely certain we face inevitable eco-doom. Climate of Complete Certainty This is Bret Stephens’s first column. When someone is honestly 55 percent right, that’s very good and there’s no use wrangling. And…

An Invitation To Debate "Climate Change"

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach (see Update at the end) I had tweeted the following: Various people either liked or retweeted this, including my mad mate and human lightning rod, James Delingpole. This post started because someone named Robin Whitlock tweeted the following: Delingpole is a knuckledragger, pure and simple. It’s a wonder his brain…

Did Australia Just Make Itself Un-investible?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Greens have scored a major coup in Australia, as their PR campaign has apparently just convinced all four of the big Australian banks to close the door to lending to major new coal projects. My question – who in their right mind would invest in such a failed business environment?…

Friday Funny: The Peoples #ClimateMarch – Recycled Humor for a Sustainable Society

Cheesy Jokes for the April 29th March, recycled and improved By Sam Kazman, Competitive Enterprise Institute CEI doesn’t support recycling mandates, but there’s nothing wrong with voluntary recycling. And that’s what we’re doing here—recycling our March for Science jokes from last week for tomorrow’s People’s Climate March—with a few additions. –Why did the People’s Climate marchers…