NOAA claims: “Extremely active” hurricane season possible for Atlantic Basin

Atmospheric and oceanic conditions are primed to fuel storm development in the Atlantic, leading to what could be an “extremely active” season, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service.

Hump Day Hilarity – BANNED by Big Tech

Or maybe not so funny. We still have that video that has been banned on Facebook, YouTube, CNN, BBC, and Twitter. It seems that big tech doesn’t like it when people think for themselves and go off the rails of the official narrative. They’ve apparently never heard of the The Streisand Effect. Josh sums it…

Admission: Climate Litigation is Tool to Make Industry Bend a Knee

acknowledgement by a Boulder City official, from early on in this second wave of “climate nuisance” litigation, about the objective. Here again we see its practitioners conceding that “nuisance” litigation is a tool to force the targeted industries to sue for peace, by agreeing to lobby for legislative adoption of policies that are demonstrably harmful to the broader economy, and particularly to seniors and the poor.

New posts suspended – WUWT moving to new server

A couple of days ago, I mentioned that WUWT was being deplatformed by our current hosting provider. We are moving again, after 2+ years on this hosting provider, we are headed back to where we originally were on wordpress.com where their cloud servers can handle the load, the DDoS attacks, and other issues that come…

Podcast: The Calamity of Models (Guest: Willis Eschenbach)

Both climate and coronavirus models continue to fail. Why do we still look at them for deciding public policy? Our resident polymath Willis Eschenbach joins Anthony Watts to discuss the parallels of hysteria and failure surrounding climate models and the coronovirus model that effectively put the world on hold. Problem is, it’s worse than the…

Morning (soon to be evening) Comet Neowise Timelapse

Dr. Roy Spencer writes on Facebook: We finally got some dry air in N. Alabama, so I captured ~900 photos of comet NEOWISE starting about 3:45 this morning from the Monte Sano east overlook, using 2 cameras, one wide angle (30mm) for landscape shots and one telephoto (200 mm) for time lapse. Time lapse video…