“False Humility Will Not Save the Planet”

Guest post by David Middleton When I first saw this headline, I thought I was going to have fun ridiculing it… But once I started reading it, I realized that it was a polite version of the classic George Carlin routine… Published on January 2, 2020False Humility Will Not Save the Planetwritten by Maarten Boudry…

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Catching the Alarmists in a Baldfaced Sea Level Lie

Guest “catching them lying through their teeth” by David Middleton Unprecedented and Worrying Rise in Sea Levels Poses Serious Threat to Coastal Cities TOPICS:Climate Change, Environment, Oceanography, Simon Fraser University By SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY JANUARY 1, 2020 A new study led by Simon Fraser University’s Dean of Science, Prof. Paul Kench, has discovered new evidence…

Promoters of Climate Anxiety

From The Cliff Mass Weather and Climate Blog There is a special place in the underworld for those who promote anxiety, desperation, and terror in the most vulnerable.  A place where the infernal warmth is particularly torrid. And one does not have to spend much time looking for candidates for this netherworld–the front page of…

Principled Inaction in the Face of Climate Change Extremism.

Reposted with permission from Human Events President Trump’s courageous commitment to America first on the issue of energy emissions. By Gregory Wrightstone on December 2, 2019 For the next two weeks, delegates from nearly 200 countries and 29,000 visitors will be convening in Madrid for a summit on climate change. President Trump’s refusal to cosign…

Sea Level Rise ‘Alarmist Agitprop’

Guest post by Rud Istvan Fabius Maximus alerted Charles the Moderator to a new alarming ‘agitprop’ paper in Nature Communications (here) concerning global warming induced sea level rise (SLR). Since I previously contributed to WUWT on SLR and its lack of acceleration, CtM asked if I would provide a guest post reviewing this new SLR…

Some perspective on the “massive heatwave” in the USA

Mark Albright, from the Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington writes: Many of us saw the exaggerated headlines about the “massive heat wave” gripping the USA over the past weekend of 20-21 July 2019:https://www.cbsnews.com/live-news/heat-wave-2019-extreme-heat-advisory-warning-deaths-latest-weather-forecast-us-nyc-2019-07-20/ Well , there is an explanation, it’s called mid-summer. Climatologically speaking, the two warmest days of the year…