Al Gore and Donald Trump

Global Warming Issues I Hope Trump Raised with Gore

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein “Trump’s Meeting With Al Gore Gives Environmental Activists Hope” according to the New York Times, reporting on the Global Warming activist and former VP’s visit to Trump Tower last week. Gore is quoted by the Washington Post as saying: I had a lengthy and very productive session with the president-elect.…

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Ingenious or Misleading Rationale for the "Pause"?

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein “A glass of ice water in a hot place is certainly warming,” said the confident questioner, “despite the thermometer ‘pausing’ at freeing until most of the ice has melted. Don’t look at the thermometer to detect the warming, watch the ice cubes melt!” “Seriously,” he continued, “we should watch the…

A Guide for Those Perplexed About Global Warming

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein How should responsible Global Warming Skeptics respond to opinions from intelligent members of the general public who have been perplexed by the Warmists and Alarmists? We should reply in a strictly fact-based way, using official sources — being careful not to speculate or over-complicate the matter. Here is my shot…

"One Guy With A Marker …" DECONSTRUCTED

Guest Posting by Ira Glickstein John Coleman (Co-Founder of The Weather Channel) made a comment on my: earlier WUWT posting  “Ira, please make a video that presents the counter argument so I can put the two videos together for a You Tube “gotcha”. This guy is getting lots of hits and needs to be answered…

Putting Human-Caused Warming in Proper Perspective

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein Some of the net Global Warming since 1880 is undoubtedly due to human actions, but how much? [Update 10 April. My PowerPoint Show that includes the following graphic is available for download here: https://sites.google.com/site/iraclass/my-forms/2014%20Global%20Warming%20Civil%20Discourse.ppsx?attredirects=0&d=1 ] The height of the bars on the graphic indicates the relative magnitude of Natural Processes…

No Clue Haiku – Temp Rise Past Due

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein. Oceanographer Gregory Johnson, Lead Author of the IPCC AR5 chapter on marine measurements, has summarized the entire 2,200 pages in 19 nicely illustrated haiku. Haiku is an artful Japanese writing form with a 5-7-5 cadence. Here is one example that stood out for me. But IPCC Climate Models seem to get…