Aussie ABC: “Are economists globally understating or overstating the cost of climate change?”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall An almost balanced description of lukewarmer views; I had to check twice to verify this story was actually published on the Aussie ABC website. Are…

The Insignificance of Greenland’s Ice Mass Loss in Five Easy Charts…

Guest geological perspective by David Middleton This is a sort of a spin-off of Rutgers University Global Snow Lab and “the Snows of Yesteryear” and A Geological Perspective of the…

Global cooling after nuclear war would harm ocean life

Seafood production also may be impacted by increased acidification Rutgers University Corals, which are threatened by global climate change and ocean acidification, support a wide range of reef fish at…

Nature Has Been Removing Excess CO2 4X Faster than IPCC Models

Reposted from Dr. Roy Spencer’s Blog February 5th, 2020 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. Note: What I present below is scarcely believable to me. I have looked for an…

Climate Action Ready Universities Offer Us their Geopolitical Leadership

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to Australian National University Vice Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt, in a speech he gave at Davos, universities will be the most critical of institutions…

A Solar Science Timeline – sunspots, cycles, and solar wind

Humankind has studied the Sun for millennia. Ancient Babylonians recorded eclipses on stone tablets. Renaissance scientists peered through telescopes, tracking sunspots. Eventually we took to space, and the first satellites captured solar particles…

How the tiniest particles in our universe saved us from complete annihilation

Recently discovered ripples of spacetime called gravitational waves could contain evidence to prove the theory that life survived the Big Bang because of a phase transition that allowed neutrino particles…

Claim: Wildfires increase winter snowpack — but that isn’t necessarily a good thing

Study shows important potential implications for watershed hydrology Deep in the Tushar mountains, some three hours south of Brigham Young University’s campus in Utah, Ph.D. student Jordan Maxwell and two…