Driving Forces

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There’s a new paper published in Nature Scientific Reports called “Identification of the driving forces of climate change using the longest instrumental temperature record”, by Geli Wang et al, hereinafter Wang2017. By “the longest instrumental temperature record” they mean the Central England Temperature, commonly called the “CET”. Unfortunately, the CET is…

A Comment on Hurricane Harvey Responsibility

Guest essay by Rud Istvan This (possible) guest post is a result of watching the MSM commentary on Hurricane Harvey in SE Texas (Houston), and the buildup to possible Cat 4-5 Irma. (Note, which we are watching carefully, since live east of the Intercoastal directly on the Atlantic in Fort Lauderdale, with the ocean preternaturally…

President Trump Appoints New NASA Chief

Guest essay by Eric Worrall All the right people are complaining about President Trump’s new NASA chief Jim Bridenstine, who once demanded an apology from Obama for squandering money on climate research. NASA Statement on Nomination for Agency Administrator Sept. 2, 2017 RELEASE 17-071 The following is a statement from acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot…

Revisiting wind turbine impacts – Erroneous recent calculation highlights need to assess renewable energy sustainability claims

Guest essay by Paul Driessen Foreword: An article I wrote several weeks ago had a couple of stupid math errors. This column attempts to correct them – and take readers on a journey to the futuristic world of 100 percent “clean, green, sustainable, renewable” wind energy. Since the assumptions always guide the analysis, this column…