Glimpsed Through The Clouds

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [See Update at the end.] [See Second Update at the end.] In a recent post, I discussed the new CERES Edition 4.0 dataset. See that post…

EU Trade Threat: Paris Climate Ratification in All Future Trade Deals

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The EU has directly threatened the USA and all other countries which don’t embrace the “voluntary” Paris Agreement, by insisting ratification of the Paris Agreement…

The zealous overselling of climate science has come home to roost…as budget cuts

From the American Geophysical Union and the “this is what #manntastic claims get you” department. PRESIDENT TRUMP PROPOSES STEEP, DEVASTATING CUTS TO SCIENCE AGENCIES 12 February 2018 Washington, D.C.—The following…

Cancel the famine alarm! Temperature resilient crops now an 'achievable dream'

One of the most common disaster scenarios that have been pushed by climate alarmists is a reduction in crop yields and/or outright crop failure in the future. Now, it seems…

Arctic chill at 85F below zero – So cold, Eskimos advised to stay inside!

‘Some of the coldest temperatures that people have ever experienced’ From Churchill polar bears: Arctic Weather Brrrrreaking Records Rankin Inlet, Nunavut gets cold in the winter. Located on the northwestern shore…

More evidence that the Medieval Warming Period was global, not regional

From the “we have to get rid of the Medieval Warming Period” department. Even though this paper was published in late 2017, it was recently highlighted in EoS, as shown…

Another benefit of global warming – less lightning

From the UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH: Lightning storms less likely in a warming planet, study suggests Lightning may strike less often in future across the globe as the planet warms, a…

What one amateur observer did that kicked NASA into action – the backstory and timeline

“But who’s going to listen to some guy in his basement with a coil of copper wire on his roof?” We’ve covered this before, and now here’s the backstory and…

Do rising temperatures cause rising sea levels?

Guest essay by Philip Lloyd There is a general belief that the observed sea level rise of about 1.5mm per year (according to tide gauges) and 3mm per year (from…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #303

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project   Quote of the Week.“Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our industrial-military posture, has…