"A crop of irrigated barley. Barley growing on the Camas Division."

NPR: Spreading the Climate Change Message To Montana Barley Farmers

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Some of Montana’s dry field barley farmers had a bad year. Montana Barley Fields Become Front Line For Climate Change And Beer January 11, 20188:00 AM ET JACKSON MITCHELL A bumper sticker spotted in Montana reads, “No barley, no beer.” It’s a reminder that Montana’s barley farmers are struggling. Barley…

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Oh gosh, this is going to cause some heads to explode

People send me stuff….sometimes it’s hate mail, sometimes it’s requests for research, sometimes it’s silly science. I didn’t expect this one. Today I got this notice in the email. Name: Anuj Agarwal Email: xxxxxxx Message: Hi Watts Up With That Team, My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot. I would like to personally congratulate you as…

Friday Funny: The One Holy Underlying Theory of All Weather

TOO FRIGID FOR GLOBAL WARMING? THIS IS WHY THEY REBRANDED IT ‘CLIMATE CHANGE’ Date: 07/01/18 Rex Murphy, National Post Any variety of weather whatsoever can be traced, if you keep the grants flowing and the contradictions unexamined, to the One Holy Underlying Theory of All Weather. [excerpt} Fortunately, the Jesuitical mandarins of Pembina and Greenpeace…

Proof that the recent global warming slowdown is statistically significant (at the 99% confidence level)

Guest analysis by Sheldon Walker NOTE: An update to this article is here: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/01/17/proof-that-the-recent-slowdown-is-statistically-significant-correcting-for-autocorrelation/ Introduction In this article I will present convincing evidence that the recent slowdown was statistically significant (at the 99% confidence level). I will describe the method that I used in detail, so that other people can duplicate my results. By definition,…

Nature’s Climate Article Excels in Acronyms

By Renee Hannon The more the acronyms, the more respected the peer-reviewed article? I typically enjoy reading about climate science, oceanography and extreme weather. However, some of the technical articles are becoming overloaded with acronyms. One of the recent articles in Nature by Bereiter, and colleagues is a good example. Here’s a few of their…