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  • The Water Future of Earth’s ‘Third Pole’
    by charles the moderator on 27 Jun 2019 at 09:00

    From NASA June 26, 2019 Himalaya. Karakoram. Hindu Kush. The names of Asia’s high mountain ranges conjure up adventure to those living far away, but for more than a billion people, these are […]

  • How Cold Air Caused a Heatwave
    by Guest Blogger on 27 Jun 2019 at 05:00

    Guest Post from Jim Steele From What’s Natural? Column published in Pacifica Tribune June 26, 2019 I was recently asked if the record June 2019 heat in the San Francisco Bay Area validated CO2 […]

Die Kalte Sonne

Bishop Hill

  • Curiouser and curiouser
    by Bishop Hill on 7 Jun 2019 at 08:25

    While looking for something else, I came across an article in the Mail about the recent report on Net Zero from the Committee on Climate Change. Apparently, in order to reach that target, […]

  • An attack that is nothing of the sort
    by Bishop Hill on 28 May 2019 at 10:40

    Yesterday, the New York Times got rather upset over changes to President Trump’s climate policy, which it represented a hardening of his “attack on climate science”. […]


  • Hearing on climate change and natural disasters:...
    by curryja on 25 Jun 2019 at 17:30

    by Judith Curry The House Oversight and Reform Environmental Subcommittee in a Hearing on Recovery, Resilience and Readiness – Contending with Natural Disasters in the Wake of Climate […]

  • Hearing on climate change & extreme weather
    by curryja on 23 Jun 2019 at 14:01

    by Judith Curry On Tuesday June 25, I will be testifying before the House Oversight and Reform Environmental Subcommittee in a Hearing on Recovery, Resilience and Readiness – Contending with […]

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Jennifer Marohasy

  • The GAT in the Hat
    by jennifer on 26 Jun 2019 at 00:12

    The hopeless pursuit of a “Global Average Temperature” mirage makes mischief in meteorology. There is a better way.  By Mark Huxley Akin “I AM not a scientist, but a lay person […]

  • Robots Recreating Past Temperatures – Are Best...
    by jennifer on 17 May 2019 at 01:30

    AT an artificial intelligence (AI) conference in New York recently, Sean Gourley explained Wiener’s Law: automation will routinely tidy up ordinary messes but will occasionally create an […]

Steve McIntyre

  • PAGES2K (2017): Antarctic Proxies
    by Stephen McIntyre on 1 Feb 2019 at 20:56

    A common opinion (e,g, Scott Adams) is that the “other proxies”, not just Mann’s stripbark bristlecone tree rings, establish Hockey Stick. In today’s post, I’ll look at […]

  • PAGES2K: North American Tree Ring Proxies
    by Stephen McIntyre on 24 Oct 2018 at 18:57

    The PAGES (2017) North American network consists entirely of tree rings. Climate Audit readers will recall the unique role of North American stripbark bristlecone chronologies in Mann et al 1998 and […]

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Norman Page

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