Climate data shows no recent warming in Antarctica, instead a slight cooling

Below is a plot from a resource we have not used before on WUWT, “RIMFROST“. It depicts the average temperatures for all weather stations in Antarctica. Note that there is…

Global Warming Energy Restrictions Threaten U.S. National Security

A review of all risk factors reveals that imposing carbon dioxide restrictions on the U.S. economy would diminish, rather than enhance, American military preparedness. By James Taylor Global warming activists claim…

UN Chief António Guterres, Citing Climate Worries, Says He Only Eats At Steak Houses Once Every 3 Months

From The Daily Caller United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said he’s cut back eating out at steak houses because of his concern over global warming. Guterres said he “used to…

SVENSMARK’s Force Majeure, The Sun’s Large Role in Climate Change

GUEST: HENRIK SVENSMARK By H. Sterling Burnett By bombarding the Earth with cosmic rays and being a driving force behind cloud formations, the sun plays a much larger role on climate…

Do most Americans believe in human-caused climate change?

It depends on how you ask: Three wording decisions can significantly alter estimates Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania What percentage of Americans believe in human-caused climate…

Climate Action Apathy: Hardly Anyone Bothers to Carbon Offset Air Travel

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Yet more evidence support for climate action collapses the moment even trivial sums of money are on the table. Climate change: Half world’s biggest airlines…

Free-Flowing Rivers Imperiled by Dams

Guest no schist Sherlock by David Middleton From the AGU’s “bleeding obvious” files… Where Did All the Free-Flowing Rivers Go? A map of the world’s free-flowing rivers shows a shrinking…

Climate change is helping older trees grow better

From the American Geophysical Union and the Mann-o-matic school of treemometer proxies, comes this news that on the surface looks good, but as in the case with any climate news,…

The reproducibility crisis in science

Dorothy Bishop describes how threats to reproducibility, recognized but unaddressed for decades, might finally be brought under control. From Nature: More than four decades into my scientific career, I find…

Is ‘Climate Anxiety’ Real? CNN Says It Is, Then Blames Trump

From The Daily Caller 12:00 PM 05/07/2019 | Energy Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor Can climate change worry hurt one’s mental health? That’s what CNN is claiming about “climate anxiety”…

Decarbonisation and the Command Economy

From The GWPF Date: 08/05/19 Professor Michael Kelly, University of Cambridge The costs of retrofitting exiting domestic buildings to improve energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, compared with the savings…

Behold the mayo: Experiments reveal ‘instability threshold’ of elastic-plastic material

Rayleigh-Taylor-instability experiments confirm that the instability of elastic-plastic material is a function of initial conditions, such as amplitude and wavelength; characterization could apply to problems relevant to inertial confinement fusion…

Frac’ing Goes Green… The Electric Frac Job Is Here!

Guest commentary by David Middleton This morning, Charles passed a couple of articles on to me about electric fracking. One was from a WUWT Tip submission by RonPE and the…

How Climate Change Buried a Desert 20,000 Feet Beneath the Gulf of Mexico Seafloor

Guest geological storytelling by David Middleton You see the story yet? It’s all pretty much here.In a language you can’t yet understand, but it’s here.A tale of upheaval and battles…

New “exascale” supercomputer can run incorrect climate models even faster

Exascale system expected to be world’s most powerful computer for science and innovation. OAK RIDGE, TN – The U.S. Department of Energy today announced a contract with Cray Inc. to…

Arctic Council Drops Climate Change References, Blames Trump Administration

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to NY Times, the Arctic Council has been unable to agree a statement on the alleged climate threat in the Arctic because of pressure…

The Trouble With Carbon Taxes: Lessons For Asian Policymakers

By, Tilak Doshi Energy I analyze energy economics and related public policy issues. As some of the world’s largest carbon emitters, the major emerging Asian economies such as China, India…

Lawn Care Tips From Eric Holthaus

Guest laugh by David Middleton Being that this is the time of year when I have to start spending entire weekends on yard work, I almost agree with Mr. Holthaus…

UN Paris Agreement Architect Intervenes to Purge Key Aussie Climate Skeptic from Parliament

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Paris Agreement Architect Christiana Figueres has urged Australians to vote for independent Zali Steggall, in an effort to purge former Prime Minister Tony Abbott from…

Climate skeptic (was) to be on CNN tonight – challenging Michio Kaku- CNN chickened out

Just a few minutes ago, a CNN producer called Heartland Senior Fellow for Environment and Energy Policy James Taylor and told him that breaking news from The New York Times about…

The View from Down Here Isn’t Much Different

James A. Schrumpf If there’s one belief in climate science that probably does have a 97% — or more — consensus, it’s that the raw temperature data needs meaning, least-squaring,…

Climate’s uncertainty principle

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Blog, Climate Etc. by Garth Paltridge On the costs and benefits of climate action. Whether we should do anything now to limit our impact on…

Willis’ Favorite Airport

By Steven Mosher, AC Osborn made an interesting comment about airports that will give me an opportunity to do two things: Pay tribute to Willis for inspiring me and give…

Impossible research produces 400-year El Niño record, revealing startling changes

Ph.D. student extracts world-first centuries long seasonal record of El Niños from coral cores University of New South Wales Melbourne: Australian scientists have developed an innovative method using cores drilled…