Study: Ancient Britons Thrived Despite Rapid Climate Swings

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A new study suggests people in Ancient Britain thrived despite major abrupt changes to their climate. Confronted With Severe Climate Change, Ancient Britons Kept Calm…

NASA finds something else climate models are missing…. forcing from 'Secondary Organic Aerosols'

A new paper published by NASA by Tsigaridis and Kanakidou suggests that climate models have missed the forcing effects of organic aerosols, such as VOC’s from trees, oceans, and other…

"Carbon trading" in the EU fails, emissions on the rise again.

Carbon emissions from power plants and factories covered by the EU Emissions Trading System rose 0.5% to 1,757.3 million mt in 2017, according to a poll of six market analysts…

Judge in #ExxonKnew case accepts amicus brief exposing climatology’s grave error

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Judge Alsup, in the California global warming trial, has accepted the amicus curiae brief from my eight distinguished colleagues and me. The brief now becomes…

New report reveals a 23 year long pause in stratospheric temperature

STATE OF THE CLIMATE REPORT REVEALS 23-YEAR TEMPERATURE PAUSE IN THE STRATOSPHERE London 27 March 2018: A new report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) counters media hype over…

The #ExxonKnew hearing – court transcript in full

People send me stuff. We’ve recently reported on the #ExxonKnew court case held in San Francisco on March 21st, 2018. I have received the entire transcript as recorded by the…

Claim: Climate is Endangering the Easter Island Statues

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Union of Concerned Scientists Climate and Energy director Adam Markham is concerned about the impact of climate change on the Easter Island statues – though…

'Orange Snow' invades Eastern Europe

From the “don’t eat that orange snow” department and the NOAA NPP satellite comes this interesting weather effect. Sahara Sand Dirties Eastern Europe’s Snow This side-by-side comparison from the Suomi…

Congenital Innumeracy

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I came across an article that hypes a new “carbon capture” plant with the following headline: The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has begun operation—turning carbon…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #309

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project By Ken Haapala, President   California Litigation, General: The public nuisance lawsuits by San Francisco and Oakland against…

Remember when we had to reduce CO2 emissions to zero to save the planet? NCAR says – Never mind.

From the NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH (home of Dr. Kenneth Trenbert) and the “backpedaling on climate, it’s a travesty” department comes this story that sure looks like they realize climate…

#ParisAgreement climate accord fails – CO2 emissions growing worldwide- Trump vindicated for pulling out

The Paris Climate Accords Are Looking More and More Like Fantasy By David Wallace-Wells Remember Paris? It was not even two years ago that the celebrated climate accords were signed —…

New "simplified" Russian climate model promises faster results

From KAZAN FEDERAL UNIVERSITY and the “Russian Collusion Department” First results were published in Geoscientific Model Development. Professor Aleksey Eliseev, Chief Research Associate at Kazan University’s Near Space Research Lab, comments, “To…

The Conversation: Asthma Inhalers Contribute to Global Warming

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Conversation, people who use asthma inhalers release damaging amounts of greenhouse gasses. Your asthma puffer is probably contributing to climate change, but…

Claim: Global Warming Causing More Icebergs

Guest essay by Eric Worrall From the “Global Warming Causes More Snow” department comes a claim that the substantially increased risk of maritime embarrassment for scientists trying to sail to…

Twenty-One Bad Things About Wind Energy — and Three Reasons Why

Promoting wind is a political agenda that is divorced from real facts and science. By John Droz Jr. Trying to pin down the arguments of wind promoters is a bit…

Submissions needed – show us your best weather photo

I have another website that I run, Weather Picture of the Day, which you can see on the WUWT right-hand sidebar as a thumbnail image that changes daily. There we…

In California, #EarthHour failed to even register a blip in electricity reduction

On Saturday, March 24th, Earth Hour was held in every time zone around the world at 8:30 PM local time. I had already run an essay pointing out why Earth…

How Not To Model The Historical Temperature

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Much has been made of the argument that natural forcings alone are not sufficient to explain the 20th Century temperature variations. Here’s the IPCC on…

Where The Warmth Is

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I got to thinking about the “hiatus” in warming in the 21st Century, and I realized that the CERES satellite dataset covers the period since…

Albert Einstein would likely have been a climate skeptic

David Shapter writes on Facebook (Quoting Dr. Will Happer) Albert Einstein would almost certainly have been a global warming skeptic if he were alive today. Many distinguished, contemporary scientists are skeptics,…

Claim: Climate Change will Make the US Opioid Crisis Worse

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Just in case you thought the climate movement and Penn State University couldn’t sink any lower. Climate Change Could Make The Opioid Crisis Worse March…

Earth hour is tonight – instead of turning off your lights, turn them on to celebrate what electricity has done for mankind

This excellent essay on the Earth Hour event, to be held tonight at 8:30PM in every local time zone, is an eye-opener.  Earth Hour is a testament to stupidity, in my…

A billion-dollar plan no one should follow

The Ontario government has just presented its latest plan for fighting climate change – by imposing a tax on what it calls “carbon pollution.” Ontario’s plans to reduce plant food would…