Debunked Claim: Early Season Hurricanes Increasing Because of Climate Change

Guest Post by Bob Vislocky, Ph.D. Figures it wouldn’t take very long into the 2019 hurricane season for journalists to start screaming climate change. In this recent New Republic article by Eric Holthaus, the claim is made in the subtitle that “early season hurricanes is a sign of things to come for our warming world”.…

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Surprising Summer Chill Baffles Global Warming Alarmists

From the “summer colds are the worst” department Guest essay by Vijay Jayaraj A surprising late-June chill broke records for lowest temperatures and made life miserable for many across the world. From Denver, Colorado, in the United States, to Melbourne in Australia, the mercury dropped precipitously. Many people in Colorado woke up to what would…

How Cold Air Caused a Heatwave

Guest Post from Jim Steele From What’s Natural? Column published in Pacifica Tribune June 26, 2019 I was recently asked if the record June 2019 heat in the San Francisco Bay Area validated CO2 driven climate models. Surprisingly climate scientists have now demonstrated the heat wave was largely due to an intrusion of record cold…

House Democrats Spread ‘Lies’ About Climate Change And Hurricanes, Scientist Says

From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch Energy Editor June 24, 2019 11:17 AM ET House Democrats published “inaccurate” climate change claims on a committee website, according to a scientist. Democrats based the “inaccurate” claim on information posted online by environmental activists. “This is not in accord with current science or consensus anywhere = fraud,” the…

Buggy Weather Radar

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen   Weather radar is a wonderful thing — and many of us depend on it to know such important facts such as “When will that rainstorm hit my area?”. At sea, I used my on-board radar to detect the edges of rainfall and rain squalls, track them, and predict when…

Politics Distorts the Science of Floods

Guest post by Jim Steele published in the Pacifica Tribune June 12, 2019What’s Natural Politics Distorts the Science of Floods At the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, native American “mound builders” built Cahokia, the largest city in pre-Columbus America. The purpose of their mounds is still debated. Were the mounds refuges from frequent…