6 to 8 feet of snow forecast for California mountains

The latest weather model projections show significant amount of snow over the next 72 hours. This will certainly help California’s drought situation. However it’s going to completely cripple road travel…

Climate Explainers Tackle All That Snow

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The localised US “global warming hole” seems to have taken an excursion to Northern Africa, Europe, Russia, Asia and Great Britain over the last few…

New evidence of nuclear fuel releases found at Fukushima

Uranium and other radioactive materials, such as caesium and technetium, have been found in tiny particles released from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors. This could mean the environmental impact…

Thanks to readers, I'm at NASA now -GOES-S press briefing

I’m at the NASA press Center on Merritt Island at this moment, writing live from the John Holliman Press Center. As you can see above in the top graphic, the…

The DIY Climate Sensitivity Toolkit

Guest disalarmism by David Middleton Do you ever watch the DIY Network?  The TV network where they have all the “Do It Yourself” home improvement shows?  I don’t watch it…

Challenging statistics of weather extremes

From KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (KAUST) By integrating previously distinct statistical paradigms into a single modeling scheme, Raphaël Huser from KAUST and Jennifer Wadsworth from Lancaster University in…

On the naming and shaming of Carbon Dioxide

Guest essay by Tom Peer Poor old carbon dioxide. One minute it was a harmless gas providing as vital a link in the cycle of life as water or oxygen…

LOUISIANA: They're trying to wash you away

News Analysis by Kip Hansen   Jean Lafitte, Louisiana, is situated at two feet above sea level and about ten miles south of New Orleans.   It has the misfortune to…

Study: 'Chaos Seeding' impairs the interpretation of Numerical Weather Models

This paper was published in late 2017, and we didn’t notice it then. Today thanks to a tip from Dr. Willie Soon, via Willis Eschenbach, we notice it now. The…

State of the Polar Bear Report 2017 shows polar bears are thriving

By Dr. Susan Crockford My new report reveals that polar bears are doing well despite recent reductions in sea-ice. It shows in details why this is so, with summaries of…

Emergency Plan to Airdrop Food to Climate Affected Starving Polar Bears

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Just when you thought the imaginary polar bear crisis couldn’t get any sillier; Scientists hatch bold plan to save polar bears It will take more…

Study: Extremely stormy weather in California happened over 150 years ago

From the UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – SANTA BARBARA and the “how did global warming reach back through time and cause that?” department. Geologists provide evidence that a series of storms…

Paper: Circular Reasoning in Climate Change Research

Circular Reasoning in Climate Change Research Jamal Munshi Sonoma State University Abstract A literature review shows that the circular reasoning fallacy is common in climate change research. It is facilitated…

Quote of the Week – an amazing and encouraging statement from EPA's Scott Pruitt

In his first year as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt has already transformed the agency in many ways. He spoke exclusively to The Daily Signal before addressing…

Thunderstorm drops so much hail in Sacramento, it looks like snow!

This strong thunderstorm system made for an interesting afternoon in Sacramento. It dropped an inch of pea-sized hail. so much it looked like snow. Hail from thunderstorms this time of…

Oh No: Global Warming might Force Penguins to Move

Guest essay by Eric Worrall If we don’t immediately shut down global CO2 emissions, by the end of the century some Penguins might have to move to different islands –…

Warm spike in Arctic drives alarmists into alarm mode – but there's no reason for alarm

The “I’ll never fly again and I’ll get a vasectomy to save the planet” guy, Eric Holthaus, flips out over weather. The guy’s a credentialed meteorologist, but turns a short…

Strategic minerals – Our next energy and security crisis?

Foreword: America has had its share of oil-centered energy problems and disruptions. Now it faces potential renewable energy and high technology crises, because of its heavy reliance on imports of…

Worse than we thought: Global fossil fuel emissions of hydrocarbons are underestimated

From the UNIVERSITY OF YORK and the “blame Russia” department. Global levels of ethane and propane in the atmosphere have been underestimated by more than 50%, new research involving scientists…

Christiana Figueres: Heavy Industry Dragging Down Green Progress

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Paris Agreement Architect and Former UNFCCC head Christiana Figueres is disappointed at the ongoing failure of heavy industry to reduce their dependency on vast amounts…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #305

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President Group Think: Author and journalist Christopher Booker has produced an extensive booklet…

Hilarious: "Last Chance" Tourism to See Climate Hotspots

Guest essay by Eric Worrall CNBC author Helen Zhao claims people are flocking to tourist destinations like the Australian Great Barrier Reef, because they believe this may be their last…

A must-read: The Politically Incorrect Guide® to Climate Change

My friend Marc Morano of Climate Depot has a new book out now “The Politically Incorrect Guide® to Climate Change” which is one of many books in the The Politically Incorrect Guide®…

Ross Ice Shelf Freezing, Not Melting: “It blew our minds.”

Guest post by David Middleton  Deep Bore Into Antarctica Finds Freezing Ice, Not Melting as Expected Scientists will leave sensors in the hole to better understand the long-term changes in…