Hansen’s 1988 global-warming prediction was thrice observation

Hansen’s business-as-usual scenario A is now universally recognized, even among the Thermageddonites, to have been a baseless and absurd exaggeration. It predicts two or three times as much warming as…

HadCRUT5 shows 14% more global warming since 1850 than HadCRUT4

They’re at it again. The old lady of temperature datasets – HadCRUT, the only global dataset to reach back to 1850 – has released its revised monthly global mean surface…

The credibility gap between predicted and observed global warming

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The prolonged el Niño of 2016-2017, not followed by a la Niña, has put paid to the great Pause of 18 years 9 months in…

How They airbrushed out the Inconvenient Pause

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley In November 2015, just before the faithful gathered around their capering, gibbering witch-doctors and shamans in Paris for the New Superstition’s annual festival of thanks…

The Slow Fourier Transform (SFT)

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach While investigating the question of cycles in climate datasets (Part 1, Part 2), I invented a method I called “sinusoidal periodicity”. What I did was…

How Would A Super El Niño Affect RSS in 2014? (Now Includes March Data)

Image Credit: WoodForTrees.org Guest Post By Werner Brozek, Edited By Just The Facts I will attempt to answer the question in the title from two different perspectives. First of all,…

Solar Periodicity

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I was pointed to a 2010 post by Dr. Roy Spencer over at his always interesting blog. In it, he says that he can show a…

HadCRUT4 is From Venus, GISS is From Mars (Now Includes November Data)

Image Credit: WoodForTrees.org Guest Post By Werner Brozek, Edited By Just The Facts With apologies to John Gray, it can be seen from the above graph that the two data…