In tomorrow’s WSJ – a tale of climate cash, collusion, and apparently, corruption

People send me stuff…this is from the Wall Street Journal editorial board. It will appear in the Friday January 12, 2018, print edition. Climate of Unaccountability Are foundations running state energy…

On Science and Nonscience

Guest essay by Neil Lock Today, I’m going to write about science. This won’t be a technical paper. It won’t be full of numbers or equations. Instead, I’m going to…

Claim: Climate Change Made the US Deep Freeze Warmer

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Snap frozen sharks and brutal winter cold will soon be a thing of the past, according to climate scientists. Cold snaps just ain’t what they…

A candid climate scientist explains how to ‘fix’ the debate

Lessons from the Alley-oops department. By Larry Kummer. From the Fabius Maximus website. Summary: Here are brief excerpts and my comments from a speech by an eminent climate scientist. It…

2018 U.S. Deep Freeze: Largest Weekly Draw on Natural Gas Storage… Evah!

Guest post by David Middleton Well… It’s the largest draw “on record”… Since 2010… Glossary Mcf :  Thousand cubic feet ~ 1 million btu (mmbtu) Bcf : Billion cubic feet…

Protocol-Breaches in Climate Change Science: Indulging Unproved Hypotheses

Guest essay by Ian McCandless This article concerns not the science of Climate Change directly; but rather the issue of science-ethics and protocols, which have been severely breached from Square…

Laughable science: worrying about impacts of ‘extreme weather’ on bugs in the city

From RUTGERS UNIVERSITY and the YGTBFKM department. I laughed out loud when I saw this study title. My first thought: Other than these researchers, who gives a flying roach (an…

Solar Cycles and the Equatorial Trough: An Alternate Conceptual Model

by Michael Wallace, Hydrologist I have offered to write this guest essay to reflect recent talks I’ve presented to water resource professionals on hydroclimatology and Solar cycles. As an academic…