More intense and frequent thunderstorms linked to global climate variability

Using isotopes from Texas cave stalactites, scientists in Texas A&M’s College Of Geosciences studied thunderstorm changes in the Southern Great Plains TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Research News Large thunderstorms in the…

Global Warming is happening, what does it mean?

By Andy May The concepts and data used to make temperature and climate reconstructions, or estimates, are constantly evolving. Currently, there are over 100,000 global weather stations on land and…

UN Fury: World Leaders Just Failed to Deliver $100 Billion / Year Climate Deal

Despite green claims that renewables are now the cheapest form of energy, according to the UN the renewable revolution simply won’t happen without billions of dollars of sustained international financial…

Why The Claimed “97% Consensus” Is Meaningless

I got to thinking about how science progresses. Science is a funny beast. It’s not a “thing”, it’s a process. The process works like this: One or more people make…

Serious Error of Physics in Recent GRL paper Loeb et al on Earth’s ‘unprecedented heat retention’

Submitted to Geophysical Research Letters, 6/21/21.  Published here at the request of the author. Howard C. Hayden1 1Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, now in Pueblo West, Colorado (corkhayden@comcast.net) 1.         Introduction…

The Most Intense Typhoons

Far from being the most intense, Haiyan is way down the list. There have been twenty four Western pacific typhoons which have been more intense than Haiyan, which is also…

Sentinel-6 Sea Level Rise—A Follow Up

Since the long record differential GPS corrected (for vertical land motion) tide gauges all show about 2.2mm/year and no acceleration, both data products are useless for any SLR climate purpose.