Curry: The State of Climate Science in 5 Minutes

“Let me start with a quick summary of what is referred to as the ‘climate crisis:’ Its warming. The warming is caused by us. Warming is dangerous. We need to…

Japan’s Canon Institute For Global Studies (CIGS) Presents New Working Paper On Climate Science Data Inconsistencies

A new working paper has been released, in Japanese – authored by KiryeNet – and it reports that climate change goes well beyond one trace gas running the climate show…

When Dr. Will Happer speaks, people listen

This speech was given at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar on February 19, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Memory Holes Are Greatly Improved

By Sam Kazman Originally published in Real Clear Energy on June 8, 2021, https://www.realclearenergy.org/articles/2021/06/08/memory_holes_are_greatly_improved_780440.html Memory holes are much more energy efficient today. And much less polluting. When George Orwell first…

Failed Climate Predictions

I got to thinking about my now 10 years of occasionally contributed guest posts at WUWT and at Climate Etc. Lots of stuff provided over the years, ranging from NRDC…

Claim: Tropical species are moving northward in U.S. as winters warm

“Quite a few mosquito species are expanding northward, as well as a lot of forestry pests: bark beetles, the southern mountain pine beetle,” said Caroline Williams, associate professor of integrative…

Cold Snaps Expose Climate Science Fragility

Some climate scientists argue CO2 induced “Arctic Amplification” causing warmer polar temperatures which increased the jet stream’s waviness. However, there is no consensus for their hypothesis, and some argue there…

What Global Warming? 148 New (2020) Scientific Papers Affirm Recent Non-Warming, A Degrees-Warmer Past

Scientists continued defying the “unprecedented” global warming narrative by publishing nearly 150 papers in 2020 that show large regions of the Earth (a) haven’t warmed in recent decades, (b) were…

Capturing 40 years of climate change for an endangered Montana prairie

To better understand the effects of climate change on bunchgrass prairies, Belovsky and Slade studied the National Bison Range, a bunchgrass prairie in Montana, for 40 years. They made repeated…

I got to ruminating again; a third WUWT retrospective post

By Rud Istvan My first recent ‘ruminative’ post was about basic climate science misconceptions. My second was about their resulting failed basic climate predictions over now 4 decades (e.g. Viner…

Regarding results of GOSAT-2 data analysis and the start of their public release

Column-averaged dry-air mole fractions of carbon dioxide, methane and carbon monoxide retrieved from satellite data NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Science Business Announcement Greenhouse gasses Observing SATellite-2 “IBUKI-2” (GOSAT-2) is…

What cold lizards in Miami can tell us about climate change resilience

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS Research NewsSHARE It was raining iguanas on a sunny morning. Biologist James Stroud‘s phone started buzzing early on Jan. 22. A friend who was bicycling to…

Interview series of Will Happer

Professor Happer discusses why the impact of CO2 is small on the earth surface temperature. The effect of CO2 saturates as the amount of CO2 increases even to the 2X…

The Quick Brown Scientist Jumps Over the Lazy Hack

One of the sentences young journalists used as a training exercise when they were learning to type was “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” It probably still…

Mass spectrometry and climate science. Part II

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on June 25, 2020 by Roland Hirsch New technologies in mass spectrometry are advancing research in climate science This is the second…

Mass spectrometry and climate science. Part I: Determining past climates

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on June 16, 2020 by curryja  by Roland Hirsch Mass spectrometry is essential for research in climate science. Understanding climate requires having sufficient knowledge about past…

COVID-19 is eroding scientific field work – and our knowledge of how the world is changing

Richard B. Primack, Boston University and Casey Setash, Colorado State University Editor’s note: Summer is prime time across much of North America for scientists to do field research outdoors. But…

NASA Selects New Instrument to Continue Key Climate Record

From NASA Feb. 26, 2020 RELEASE 20-020 NASA Selects New Instrument to Continue Key Climate Record Earth’s outgoing longwave, or heat, radiation shown here as the average from 2000 to…

Unsettled Climate Science: 30 Years Apace

Reposed from the Institute of Energy Research By Robert L. Bradley, Jr. February 14, 2020 Climate activist Emily Akin has called it “the most important climate story of the last…

Climate science does an about-face: dials back the ‘worst case scenario’

Opinion by Anthony Watts A surprising comment published January 29th in the leading scientific journal Nature said; “Emissions – the ‘business as usual’ story is misleading – Stop using the…

A Science-Based Approach to Dealing with Climate Change in Washington State

From The Cliff Mass Weather and Climate Blog Thursday, December 19, 2019 A Science-Based Approach to Dealing with Climate Change in Washington State Sometimes I muse about it–if I were…

Migratory birds shrinking as climate warms, new analysis of four-decade record shows

News Release 4-Dec-2019 Migratory birds shrinking as climate warms, new analysis of four-decade record shows University of Michigan ANN ARBOR–North American migratory birds have been getting smaller over the past…

Climate science has died. The effects will be big.

Reposted from the Fabius Maximus blog By Larry Kummer, Editor / 17 November 2019 Summary:  Let’s hit “pause” in the climate wars and see how we got here, where we…

Who Are the “Experts” on Climate Change?

Guest post by John Droz, Jr. We live in complicated times, immersed in a society of incessant, loud, conflicting voices. Nowhere is this more true than in the discussion of…