NASA: Exoplanets With Oceans Likely Common

Guest “if we could only book oil & gas reserves like this” by David Middleton June 18, 2020 Are Planets with Oceans Common in the Galaxy? It’s Likely, NASA Scientists Find Several years ago, planetary scientist Lynnae Quick began to wonder whether any of the more than 4,000 known exoplanets, or planets beyond our solar system,…

Calculating global temperature anomaly

By Nick Stokes, There is much criticism here of the estimates of global surface temperature anomaly provided by the majors – GISS, NOAA and HADCRUT. I try to answer these specifically, but also point out that the source data is readily available, and it is not too difficult to do your own calculation. I point…

Impact of "Pause-Buster" Adjustment on GISS Monthly Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes: Image Credit and a special thanks to Josh With GISS incorporating NOAA/NCEI “Pause-Buster” adjustments for their monthly anomalies as of June 2015 data, our friend Daft made another appearance. Also, I noticed that my temperature-tracking spreadsheet at home, and on Google Docs both needed to have their Y-axes extended, because…