NASA reports massive hole in Sun's atmosphere

Huge hole over 400,000 miles long (700,000 kilometers) is 55 times wider than the Earth A wide hole in the sun’s atmosphere is facing Earth and spewing a stream of solar wind toward our planet. Estimated time of arrival: April 9th. In this extreme ultraviolet image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, we see not only the…

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Looping the loop: how the IPCC's feedback aerobatics failed

Guest essay By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley This series discusses climatology’s recently-discovered grave error in having failed to take due account of the large feedback response to emission temperature. Correct the error and global warming will be small, slow, harmless and net-beneficial. The series continues to attract widespread attention, not only here but elsewhere. The…

UAH finds a warming error in satellite data, lowers "tropical hotspot" temperature trend, contradicts IPCC models

From the University of Alabama, Huntsville via email from Dr. John Christy. Weather Satellite Wanders Through Time, Space, Causing Stray Warming to Contaminate Data In the late 1990s, the NOAA-14 weather satellite went wandering through time and space, apparently changing the record of Earth’s climate as it went. Designed for an orbit synchronized with the…

NASA GISS gets slammed in Inspector General report for questionable '$1.63 million of GISS’ expenditures since 2012'

From the “Climate of Gavin” department. The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) recently completed a report on out favorite set of climate alarmists, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS). Regular readers know that in addition their mission to study planets and planetary atmospheres, they also study Earth, and regularly sound the alarm that…