Forecast for Solar Cycle 25

James A. Marusek I. Introduction The sun is the natural source of heat and light for our planet. Without our sun, the earth would be a cold dead planet adrift in space. But the sun is not constant. It changes and these subtle changes affect the Earth’s climate and weather. At the end of solar…

ClimateFwd:?

Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen     The New York Times continues to send out its little climate “newsletter” alerting the public to the most important news about the climate, every two weeks. I look forward to it — because very little in the way of main stream media news about the climate offers so…

An ode to climate alarmism at the museum

Global- Warming to Climate-Change Alarmists. By Ruairi Weldon The alarmists understand science, As consensus to brute-force compliance, With political views, That only they choose, To stamp out all climate deniance.   More raids from the climate police, Is everywhere on the increase. One museum they say, Dared use the word ‘may’, And near caused a…

The unintelligible in pursuit of the unattainable

Guest essay by Philip Lloyd, Energy Institute, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa The Paris Agreement is the most recent burp emanating from the turbulent politics of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change [FCCC]. I am not normally dismissive of the cogitations of the great and mighty who forgather regularly for…