Will a Small Change in Average Temperature Lead to a Large Change in Extremes?

A general mantra that has emerged in this area of climate science: “A small change in the average means a large change in extremes.”

Are fossil-fuel CO2 emissions good or bad?

By Andy May This is the transcript, with minor edits to get it into blog post format, of my keynote speech to the Division of Professional Affairs, at the second…

Surface Radiation: Absorption And Emission

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my recent post “Putting It Into Reverse” I discussed the relationship between temperature and total surface radiation absorbed. By “total surface radiation absorbed”, I…

Why “Zombie Ice” and other claims of Greenland ice melt raising sea levels are just modeled hokum

From the check your Chinese soot before you check your CO2 driven climate model department. One of the dumbest climate claims this week is “Zombie Ice” from the ever alarmed…

Systemic Error in Global Temperature Measurement

The result is a reduction of the temperature change between the decades 1880-1890 and 2010-2020 from 1.43°C to 0.83°C CI(95%) [0.46°C; 1.19°C].

Last WH polar bears ashore even later than 2009 as Hudson Bay finally becomes ice-free

Don’t forget: this is the subpopulation that polar bear specialists use to model the future of all bears, everywhere in the Arctic but only use stale data from the 2000s because including more recent…

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