Category Archives: Climate

When Reality and the models don’t match…

Which are you going to believe, the elite’s models or your own lying eyes?

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The Democrats war on Science and the First Amendment

The “most transparent administration in history” opposes requiring the EPA use open processes and repeatable science to drive regulation.

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The Sun is Blank

Looks like the sun is very quiet for another cycle, likely leading to continued cooler weather (the warming “pause” will likely continue into it’s 19th and 20th years).

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Antarctic Ice Sheet

Looks like an undersea volcano could be the culprit in melting the Antarctic Ice Sheet, at least partially. 

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Free Markets Reduce CO2 Emissions

Regardless of the extent of human caused global climate change, this is good news.  Carbon monoxide is used as a feedstock for many chemical processes, and this makes production of it easier, and uses carbon dioxide as a starter. Win, … Continue reading

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A Climate Scientist Talks to Congress

Judith Curry told Congress in testimony that we don’t know whether human-caused global warming is a problem or not, but nobody bothered to report it. It doesn’t fit the narrative, so the media ignores it. And gee, maybe trying to … Continue reading

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The Unprecedented Non-Warming

A look at some numbers, and how: As such, something *is* amiss with predictions of not only continued, but *accelerated* warming. The something that is amiss appears to be that: Sensitivity has been very significantly over estimated and Natural climate … Continue reading

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Unstoppable Global Warming: Part 2

I noted that I’m reading Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years, here. Thought I’d point out some more facts from the beginning of the book today. Some recent climate history: 600-200 BC: Unnamed cold period that preceded the Roman Warming. … Continue reading

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Unstoppable Global Warming

I started reading this book today on the train. It’s an interesting look at the science behind our current climate conditions, rather than the political hysteria. Let’s start with some comments on the back cover of the book: “S. Fred … Continue reading

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Polar Bears?

TCSDaily has a report on “experts” opinions on polar bear populations. The report is well worth reading, but here are the high points: Polar bears have survived periods with much warmer temperatures than we are now experiencing or likely to … Continue reading

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