A factual comment on Willlis Eschenbach’s and Christopher Monckton’s most recent posts, concerning clouds and ECS, respectively.

Guest opinion by Rud Istvan I have but little scientifically to contribute, since they have been mostly factually correct. But here I provide a little more scientific evidence, visual observational evidence supporting both. The occasion arose from cooking two pork chops with BBQ on our George Forman Thrilin Grillin.. My data arises from a simple…

You’ve heard of #ExxonKnew, well how about #CaliforniaKnew ?

The court transcript we recently published on WUWT from the recent #ExxonKnew trial has yielded an interesting thought twist. Guest Essay by Warren Blair Charles Keeling (Mr CO2) worked at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) for 43-years (1958 to 2005). SIO is a division of the University of California San Diego (UCSD). A couple of…

A Tale of Two Facts

Guest essay by Ola Røyrvik Can the public have confidence in what is presented as science, or do politicians dictate what scientists can say? Well, if Norwegian scientific and political institutions are used as indicators the answer to the first part of the question is a definite NO and to the second a resounding YES.…

Albert Einstein would likely have been a climate skeptic

David Shapter writes on Facebook (Quoting Dr. Will Happer) Albert Einstein would almost certainly have been a global warming skeptic if he were alive today. Many distinguished, contemporary scientists are skeptics, too. We are lucky that Einstein left a rich legacy of pithy quotes that reveal how he would probably relate to today’s cult of global…