Study: Arctic ocean ‘methane bomb’ really isn’t anything to worry about

From the UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER comes this study that backs up a study that we reported on just a few days ago about methane clathrates on the ocean floor. The so-called Arctic “methane bomb” that some off the rails climate scientists have been worrying about just isn’t going to happen. Release of ancient methane due to…

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World Economic Forum: President Trump Paris Decision Increases the Threat of a Global Environmental Collapse

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Guardian, The World Economic Forum, a forum composed of large businesses, is concerned that President Trump is withdrawing from global climate agreements which would have triggered the transfer of vast sums of US taxpayer’s cash to large businesses. US unilateralism makes tacking climate change harder, WEF warns…

Proof that the recent slowdown is statistically significant (correcting for autocorrelation)

Guest essay by Sheldon Walker Introduction In my last article I attempted to present evidence that the recent slowdown was statistically significant (at the 99% confidence level). Some people raised objections to my results, because my regressions did not account for autocorrelation in the data. In response to these objections, I have repeated my analysis…

Claim: Future climate change revealed by current climate variations

From the UNIVERSITY OF EXETER and the “persistence forecasting doesn’t work past the chaos uncertainty threshold” department. Uncertainty surrounding the extent of future climate change could be dramatically reduced by studying year-on-year global temperature fluctuations, new research has shown. A team of scientists from the University of Exeter and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology has…