Surprising sea ice thickness across the Arctic is good news for polar bears

From Polar Bear Science Posted on May 27, 2021 This year near the end of May the distribution of thickest sea ice (3.5-5m/11.5-16.4 ft – or more) is a bit surprising,…

L A Times Publishes Beijing-Funded Propaganda, Conceals China’s Massive Coal Use & Emissions

Biden, the Democratic Party, the L A Times and other ill-informed climate alarmists are completely out of touch with global energy and emissions realities with their incompetent schemes mandating that…

“Courts, customers and Wall Street delivered rebukes to Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Shell”… Oh my!

Guest “it just doesn’t get any dumber than this” by David Middleton ‘Powerful signal’: In a single day, Big Oil suffers historic blows on climateCourts, customers and Wall Street delivered…

The Radiation Fight

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach OK, folks, for everyone who wanted to put forth your favorite theory about how downwelling radiation from the atmosphere is a fantasy, or how a…

The ‘New Normal’ That Wasn’t

Guest essay by Dan Sutter Tornadoes killed 553 Americans in 2011, the deadliest year since 1925.  May 22nd marked the 10th anniversary of the Joplin, Missouri tornado that killed 161,…

Friday Funny: A new addition to the climate DOOM lexicon

Down under in Australia, there’s this “Leader of the Australian Greens” wannabe politician by the name of Adam Bandt. He’s got his panties in a twist over the the now…

Magnetized Threads Weave Spectacular Galactic Tapestry

The new panorama of the Galactic Center builds on previous surveys from Chandra and other telescopes. This latest version expands Chandra’s high-energy view farther above and below the plane of…