Blackouts, deaths and civil unrest: warning over Scotland’s rush to go green

From The Herald Scotland 28th November Exclusive by Sandra Dick The green energy sector in Scotland has grown rapidly in recent years. Scotland faces being plunged into darkness for days, possibly resulting in deaths and widespread civil disobedience, due to the country’s over-reliance on green energy, a new report has warned. A massive gap in…

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A rebuttal to the ‘climate change timeline’ meme

You may remember that bit of climate ugliness from yesterday, a “timeline” covered at WUWT here. Not to be outdone, Dr. Roy W. Spencer writes on Facebook: I saw a global warming meme on the interwebs, and decided to answer it with my own. …and mine is a little more family-friendly. Indeed, it is, and just…

EXAMPLES OF HOW AND WHY THE USE OF A “CLIMATE MODEL MEAN” AND THE USE OF ANOMALIES CAN BE MISLEADING

THE POST HAS BEEN UPDATED.  SEE THE UPDATE AT THE END OF THE POST: Alternate Title: An Average of Climate Models, Which Individually Give Wrong Answers, Cannot, By Averaging Them, Give the Right Answer, So A Model Mean Can Be Very Misleading. And The Use of Anomalies in Model-Data Comparisons, When Absolute Values Are Known,…

Six feet under, a new approach to global warming

From Eurekalert Public Release: 26-Nov-2018 WSU researcher sees how deep soil can hold much of the Earth’s carbon Washington State University VANCOUVER, Wash. -A Washington State University researcher has found that one-fourth of the carbon held by soil is bound to minerals as far as six feet below the surface. The discovery opens a new possibility…