Resolution and Hockey Sticks, Part Deux: Carbon Dioxide

Guest geological perspective by David Middleton In Part 1 of this series on resolution in signal processing, we discussed the integration of high resolution instrumental temperature records and lower resolution…

Resolution and Hockey Sticks, Part 1

Guest sciency schist by David Middleton Resolution vs. Detection Geoscientists in the oil & gas industry spend much of our time integrating data sets of vastly different resolutions.  Geological data,…

Almost Friday Funny – Sheep Mountain in outline

Josh writes: There’s an excellent post over at Climate Audit on Sheep Mountain which seemed too good not to cartoon. Regular readers will recognise the familiar outline of the landscape (a graph that was in…

Fighting the Mann

From Mark Steyn’s web page Mann-made climate change turns up the heat on Steyn Michael Mann, the professor who created the climate-change “hockey stick”, announced over the weekend his intention…

Mann's 'hockey stick' claims of the MWP and LIA being local were refuted years before it was published

Pierre Gosselin at NoTricksZone reports: Geologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt found a Japanese tree-ring temperature reconstruction from 1995, one that should have been heeded by the IPCC and Michael…

Quote of the week – Myles Allen's "failure to communicate"

Steve McIntyre writes at Climate Audit: Bishop Hill links to a presentation by Myles Allen to a 2011 conference on Climategate, which like every other such handwringing introspection by climate…

The Wonderful World of Wikipedia

UPDATE: The error has now been completely eliminated from the article. Details below. Guest post by James Padgett As many readers are aware, the culture surrounding the climate change topic…