Claim: Global Warming is Reducing Fish Numbers

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to climate models fish numbers dropped substantially between 1930 and 2010. Climate Change Shrinks Many Fisheries Globally, Rutgers-Led Study Finds Climate change has taken…

The seas get cooler around Iceland-Some charts and anecdotes

Reader Steinar J writes: Included is a Word document describing sea temperatures in the vicinity of Iceland, sea ice extent and an excerpt, (translated from Swedish) from an eyewitness report…

Old stone walls record history of Earth’s magnetic wanderings

From AGU 27 February 2019  Posted by llester By Liza Lester https://youtu.be/G3OTG3_ih3c Under the forests of New York and New England, a hidden tracery of tumbledown stone walls marks the…

HUGE pushback on science paywalls – University of California cancels Elsevier subscription

Breaking: UC terminates subscriptions with Elsevier in push for open access to publicly funded research Library Communications February 28, 2019 TO: The UC Berkeley academic community FROM: Paul Alivisatos, Executive…

Andrew Dessler: The Certain Climate Alarmist

Guest essay by Robert Bradley Jr. “This warming [of 5 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit this century] is as certain as death and taxes.” (Professor Andrew Dessler, below) Andrew Dessler is one…

Guess where the biggest volcanic eruption of 2018 was? Hint (not Hawaii)

There have been voluminous headlines, photos, and video describing eruptions on Hawaii’s Kilaueua in 2018, and while they were visually impressive, when it comes to potentially climate altering sulfur dioxide,…

Trump’s ‘Energy Dominance’ Agenda Is Breaking Russia’s Grip On Poland

From The Daily Caller Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter Natural gas from the U.S. is flooding Polish markets as the European country seeks to loosen Russia’s grip on its energy…