July 2019 Was Not the Warmest on Record

Reposted from DrRoySpencer.com August 2nd, 2019 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. July 2019 was probably the 4th warmest of the last 41 years. Global “reanalysis” datasets need to start being used for monitoring of global surface temperatures. We are now seeing news reports (e.g. CNN, BBC, Reuters) that July 2019 was the hottest month…

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Climate Crisis Fail Twofer Du Jour

Guest drive-by twofer by David Middleton 1. Global Warming —> Climate Change: Bush’s Fault Our planet is in crisis. But until we call it a crisis, no one will listenWe study disaster preparedness, and ‘climate change’ is far too mild to describe the existential threat we face Caleb Redlener, Charlotte Jenkins and Irwin RedlenerWed 31…

New Orleans and hurricane Katrina – the correct story

10. mai 2019 https://miljomytene.no/2019/05/10/new-orleans-og-orkanen-katrina-den-riktige-forklaringen/ By Morten Jødal, biologist, (translated from Norwegian by Tim Crome) At the very end of August 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, and significant parts of the city were flooded. Parts of the town were completely destroyed, however, the French quarter was largely saved. The devastation was enormous, the cost of…

Fighting Climate Change with Dance

Fighting Climate Change with Dance: Humanities Professors Demand Representation on Science Teams

Guest essay by Eric Worrall “We worry that overemphasis on science may hamper the design of effective climate solutions.” Why science needs the humanities to solve climate change August 1, 2019 10.33pm AEST Steven D. Allison Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Earth System Science, University of California, IrvineTyrus Miller Dean, School of Humanities, University…

“Why Left and Right Can’t Agree on Climate Change”

Guest whatever by David Middleton This Quillette essay by Dr. Patrick T. Brown of San Jose State University is interesting… Published on July 30, 2019 Empiricism and Dogma: Why Left and Right Can’t Agree on Climate Change written by Patrick T. Brown As a climate scientist, I often hear puzzled complaints about the political polarization of the…