Claim: Unchecked Global Emissions on Track to Initiate Mass Extinction of Marine Life

Peer-Reviewed Publication PRINCETON UNIVERSITY As greenhouse gas emissions continue to warm the world’s oceans, marine biodiversity could be on track to plummet within the next few centuries to levels not…

Interpreting extreme climate impacts from large ensemble simulations—are they unseen or unrealistic?

Consequently, conventional evaluation and correction methods cannot determine whether simulations outside observed variability are correct for the right physical reasons.

WUWT Contest Winner, General Audience, 1st Place – “Is There Really a Climate Crisis?”

In sum, encouraging the energy industry to innovate will lead to a prosperous, clean and secure environment not only for us here in the United States but also for the…

Claim: “Blue Blob” Near Iceland Could Slow Glacial Melting

Chilly seawater may slow ice loss on the island until 2050, then warming and melting may acceleratePeer-Reviewed Publication AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION American Geophysical Union15 February 2022AGU Release No. 22-11For Immediate…

Climate Change Weekly #425: Climate Model Problems Persist, Changes Reduce Accuracy Further

In the past week, two more articles have been added to the growing body of literature discussing the fact that climate models have consistently failed to project the Earth’s temperatures…

Claim: Climate change has likely begun to suffocate the world’s fisheries

New research finds the ocean’s middle depths, home to many commercially fished species, started losing oxygen at unnatural rates in 2021

Study Combines Climatic, Tectonic Models to Explain Andean Conundrum

“This study is a critical step forward to have the ability to quantitatively link climate and tectonics – something not well represented in the past studies,” Liu said.  

The Profound Junk Science of Climate

Climate change and wind and solar electricity are a snipe hunts, diverting the country from serious problems in favor of imaginary problems with imaginary solutions that enrich the promoters and…

Arctic Ocean Started Getting Warmer Decades Earlier Than We Thought – Study

“Climate simulations generally do not reproduce this kind of warming in the Arctic Ocean, meaning there’s an incomplete understanding of the mechanisms driving Atlantification,” said Tommaso. “We rely on these…

Why Aren’t Journalists and Politicians More Sceptical About the ‘Net Zero’ Policy, Given that it’s Based on the Outputs of Unreliable Models?

mainstream media, politicians, activists, state-sponsored scientists and subsidy-hungry industrialists, we are embarking on net zero with little idea, or seemingly care, of the disastrous effect it will have on human…

IPCC AR6: Breaking the hegemony of global climate models

Well, I’ve been reading the fine print of the IPCC AR6 WG1 Report. The authors are to be congratulated for preparing a document that is vastly more intellectually sophisticated than…

Warming and Drying part 2 Natural Cycles, Climate see-saws and failed models

Natural cycles like the Madden Julian Oscillation and the El Nino Southern Oscillation cause regions of rising moist air and precipitation varying with regions of sinking cloudless dry air that…

Climate scientists realize models yield “implausibly hot forecasts of future warming”.

Guest “Ya think?” by David Middleton U.N. climate panel confronts implausibly hot forecasts of future warmingBy Paul Voosen Jul. 27, 2021 Next month, after a yearlong delay because of the…

Climate Models: Worse Than Nothing?

Climate modeling has arguably been worse than nothing because false information has been presented as true and “consensus.” Alarmism and disruptive policy activism (forced substitution of inferior energies; challenges to…

Models In Turmoil: Underestimation Of Satellite-Based Cloud-Aerosol Interaction “Hampering Climate Change Projections”

By acting as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN), aerosols act as cloud condensation nuclei and thus can alter cloud properties and precipitation. This influences the Earth’s radiation budget and hence climate…

Climate models fail in key test region

The researchers found that when compared to observations, almost every CMIP5 model fails, no matter whether the multidecadal variability is assumed to be forced or internal. They also found institutional…

The temperature–CO2 climate connection: an epistemological reappraisal of ice-core messages

From History of Geo-and Space Sciences Hist. Geo Space. Sci., 12, 97–110, 2021https://doi.org/10.5194/hgss-12-97-2021© Author(s) 2021. This work is distributed underthe Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. The temperature–CO2 climate connection: an epistemological…

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…

An Earth Day Reminder: “Global Warming” is Only ~50% of What Models Predict

The claim by the Biden Administration that climate change has placed us in a moment of “profound crisis” ignores the fact that the energy policy changes being promoted are based…

Current climate model simulations overestimate future sea-level rise

The current climate model simulations, which do not take ocean eddies into account, project that the ocean temperatures around Antarctica are increasing under climate change. The new high-resolution simulation shows…

$10 Million AI Grant to Improve Climate Modelling of Clouds

A Team of Scientists plans to use AI to improve climate modelling of sub-grid scale phenomena such as turbulence and clouds. But there is no reason to think an AI…

Meet The Team Shaking Up Climate Models

They have gathered some of the brightest experts from around the world to start to build a new, modern climate model. They hope to corral the vast flow of data…

“USGS Gets Politics Out of Climate Forecasts”

Guest “another thing lost in the November coup” by David Middleton USGS Director Jim Reilly authored a recent opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal… USGS Gets Politics Out of…

Climate change could mean fewer sunny days for hot regions banking on solar power

While solar power is a leading form of renewable energy, new research suggests that changes to regional climates brought on by global warming could make areas currently considered ideal for…