Hot Summer Epic Fail: New Climate Models Exaggerate Midwest Warming by 6X

Contrary to popular perception, the U.S. Midwest has seen little long-term summer warming. For precipitation, the slight drying predicted by climate models in response to human greenhouse gas emissions has not occurred; if anything, precipitation has increased.

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America’s Climate Friendly E-Scooter Carnage

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Climate friendly urban e-scooters have caused a 365% surge in hospital admissions, according to a recently published UCSF Study. And an increase in CO2 emissions. Eggheads have crunched the numbers and the results are in: It’s not just your dignity you lose with e-scooters, life and limb are in peril,…

2004 Climate Apocalypse Prediction Bites the Dust

Guest relaying of good news by David Middleton It seems like climate apocalypses are experiencing a bit of an apocalypse… Nolte: Department of Defense Predicted Climate Change Would Destroy Us by 2020 by JOHN NOLTE 3 Jan 2020 Back in 2004, the Department of Defense released a report assuring the world Climate Change would destroy…

Oxford Word of the Year: “Climate Emergency”… Seriously?

Guest counting by David Middleton SOCIETYOxford names ‘climate emergency’ its 2019 ‘Word of the Year’ Thursday, November 21, 2019Amid historic flooding in Venice, Italy, and catastrophic bushfires decimating Australia’s koala population, Oxford has named its 2019 Word of the Year “climate emergency.” […] Oxford said its selected words or phrases “reflect the ethos, mood, or…

Pathway 2045—Edison’s Roadmap to Energy Hell (1)

Guest post by Rud Istvan, California WUWT reader Cal B alerted Charles the Moderator to a new document just published by Edison International, the holding company parent for SoCal Edison, the largest electric utility for southern California. Cal B asked if WUWT posters might like to take it on? In his usual charming fashion, CtM…

“From Scientist to Activist”

Guest slam dunk by David Middleton H/t to Dr. Willie Soon From Scientist to Activist Heather Price Sep 5 […] When I taught my first climate class at UW in 2001, the El Nino year of 1998 was the warmest year on record and carbon dioxide was 367ppm. Today, that record breaking year, 1998, doesn’t…