Washington Post: President Trump “is complicit” in Hurricane Florence Because Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Washington Post seems to think Presidents they don’t like can cause hurricanes. Another hurricane is about to batter our coast. Trump is complicit. By Editorial Board September 11 at 7:45 PM … President Trump issued several warnings on his Twitter feed Monday, counseling those in Florence’s projected path to prepare…

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Forecasters: #HurricaneFlorence to get energy boost from the Gulf Stream

As millions of people along the Atlantic Coast of the United States board up windows and evacuate before Hurricane Florence makes landfall, remote sensing researchers and forecasters are monitoring the environmental conditions fueling the powerful storm. They are assembling a suite of satellite images and data products that could aid storm preparedness and recovery efforts by federal and local…

Global Warming Skepticism for Busy People

By Dr. Roy Spencer I sometimes get asked for a concise and accessible summary of my skeptical views on global warming. After a year or more of thinking and writing, my new Kindle book Global Warming Skepticism for Busy People is meant to fill that need. As a bonus, I guarantee it will be easier to understand…

@NYT lies about climate – by omitting the past

By Dr. John Christy, Alabama State Climatologist Meteorological summer (June, July and August) is now over and it’s time to check how the summer temperatures compare with other years.  For a research project a few years ago we developed a statewide summer temperature index for four 100-mile diameter regions centered on the major cities of…

Highlights From the 2018 BP Statistical Review of World Energy

Guest highlighting by David Middleton Statistical Review of World Energy Global primary energy consumption grew strongly in 2017, led by natural gas and renewables, with coal’s share of the energy mix continuing to decline Energy developments Primary energy consumption growth averaged 2.2% in 2017, up from 1.2 % last year and the fastest since 2013.…