Watts up with that
The Guardian Demands a General Strike to Force...
by Eric Worrall on 26 Apr 2019 at 01:00
Guest essay by Eric Worrall In the wake of serial failures like the collapse of AG climate litigation initiative, climate activists are desperately searching for other means to force the rest of us […]
Restaurant tax to fight climate change? YGBFKM
by Anthony Watts on 25 Apr 2019 at 23:42
California bureaucrats have announced a new 1 percent tax on restaurant goers meant to help in the fight against climate change. By Eric Eisenhammer writing at Energy Chronicle The San Francisco […]
Die Kalte Sonne
Klimaforscher wird vorgeworfen, seine Verlobte an...
by redakteur on 25 Apr 2019 at 05:30
MDR aktuell am 27. Dezember 2018: Wie hoch ist die globale Durchschnittstemperatur? Klimaskeptiker bezweifeln, dass die Erderwärmung menschengemacht ist – und argumentieren so gegen das […]
Unguter Interessenskonflikt: Fridays for Future...
by redakteur on 24 Apr 2019 at 05:30
Es ist wirklich schwer, Fehler zuzugeben. Dies betrifft insbesondere gesellschaftspolitisch sensible Themen wie den Klimawandel. Man erinnert sich an den November 2018, als eine fehlerhafte Studie […]
Making the poor cold, and miserable
by Bishop Hill on 24 Apr 2019 at 09:07
I have an article up at Think Scotland, on the subject of induced energy poverty WE HAVE JUST learned something of the human cost of the government’s increasingly absurd energy policies. […]
Another Attenborough tragedy porn exposé
by Bishop Hill on 23 Apr 2019 at 15:09
This was posted up at Reaction magazine earlier today. "Tragedy porn” is now a standard green propaganda technique. You’ve probably been on the receiving end of it, and will recognise it […]
Energy Security and Grid Resilience
by curryja on 20 Apr 2019 at 15:51
by Judith Curry Diversifying and securing energy supplies nationally and locally. Since we’ve moved to Nevada and have been integrating into the local community, the most interesting thing […]
Week in review – science edition
by curryja on 14 Apr 2019 at 18:49
by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past few weeks. Why did the trend of #Arctic #sea #ice loss accelerate after about 2000?” Meehl et al. (2018) offer an explanation. […]
Friends of science
In Search Of Autonomous Regulatory Processes In...
by Ken Gregory on 8 Feb 2019 at 02:18
Dr. Arthur Rörsch prepared this working paper which re-considers the equilibrium model for the earth's greenhouse effect by studying the diural surface temperature cycle as a dynamic […]
A Brief Review Of Global Temperature Variability
by Ken Gregory on 7 Feb 2019 at 17:39
This review submitted by JWR Whitfield puts the anthropogenic global warming theory and temperature variability in a historical context. Global temperatures were declining about half of the time […]
Smashed by Debbie – Middle Island Corals
by jennifer on 23 Apr 2019 at 15:28
WE have been led to believe that smashed coral is our fault – that when it is lying on the sea floor as untidy piles of grey it is because of catastrophic human-caused global warming. But just […]
The Eerie Ancient Coral Reef at Bowen, with a...
by jennifer on 22 Apr 2019 at 00:27
MOST people rarely venture into nature – they certainly don’t spend much time on coral reefs. When they do, they may expect the fish and corals to be as bright, colourful and perfect as […]
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 […]
Another socialist boom and bust in solar in...
by Jo Nova on 25 Apr 2019 at 05:36
Behold, the Victorian Govt are proving yet again that Soviet-style electricity management can crush lives, hopes and wallets. The free market is never as cruel and destructive as one run on […]
Invisible costs of renewables: “Staggeringly...
by Jo Nova on 24 Apr 2019 at 17:47
A major new “nail in coffin” study shows the more renewables we force onto the market the more expensive electricity gets. Everyday someone tells us renewables are cheap, but these […]
The CO2 Derangement Syndrome - the Millennial...
by Dr Norman Page on 23 Jan 2019 at 17:24
A very large majority of establishment academic climate scientists have succumbed to a virulent infectious disease - the CO2 Derangement Syndrome. Those afflicted by this […]
The Millennial Turning Point - Solar Activity and...
by Dr Norman Page on 19 Oct 2018 at 19:16
When analyzing complex systems with multiple interacting variables it is useful to note the advice of Enrico Fermi who reportedly said “never make something more accurate than […]
Science of Doom
Opinions and Perspectives – 9 – Pattern...
by scienceofdoom on 31 Mar 2019 at 22:47
The IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5) from 2013 shows the range of results that climate models produce for global warming. These are under a set of conditions which for simplicity is doubling CO2 in […]
Opinions and Perspectives – 8 – Pattern...
by scienceofdoom on 31 Mar 2019 at 22:43
For people with maths, physics and chemistry (and biology) backgrounds non-linear processes are familiar. For people without this background they are often quite obscure. I’ll give a simple […]