Dangerous, Record-Breaking Cold to Invade Midwest, Chicago

Reposted from Dr. Roy Spencer’s blog January 24th, 2019 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. A “Siberian Express” weather disturbance currently crossing the Arctic Ocean will meet up with the semi-permanent winter “polar vortex” over Canada, pushing a record-breaking cold air mass into the Upper Plains and Midwest U.S. by Wednesday. Chicago All-Time Record Low?…

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Saudi Aramco CEO: “Not losing any sleep over ‘peak oil demandʼ or ‘stranded resourcesʼ” and the reality of energy transition.

Guest post by David Middleton If Alexandria Occasional Cortex and the rest of the Green New Deal nitwits only had the mental capacity to understand Amin H. Nasser’s 2018 CERA presentation… “Lifting the hood on the real future facing the petroleum industry” HOUSTON, Texas, U.S., March 06, 2018 Remarks by Amin H. Nasser, Saudi Aramco President…

Friday Funny: Bob Ward loses, again.

Bob Ward has thrown his toys out of the pram, after he had yet another complaint rejected by IPSO. This time he complained about Booker’s article in the Mail last summer about the heatwave. Below are the segments he complained about: […] Ward has made a habit of making vexatious complaints about articles, which don’t…

Nyquist, sampling, anomalies and all that

Guest post by Nick Stokes, Every now and then, in climate blogging, one hears a refrain that the traditional min/max daily temperature can’t be used because it “violates Nyquist”. In particular, an engineer, William Ward, writes occasionally of this at WUWT; the latest is here, with an earlier version here. But there is more to…