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» CNN's Blitzer: 'I Don't Remember' Biden's Law School Plagiarism

» CNN's Chetry: 'Please Tell Me It's Not Lipstick Again'

» MRC Report Asks: Why No Fairness Doctrine for PBS?



Climate Science: Roger Pielke Sr. Research Group

» Roger Pielke Sr. is now on Twitter!

» 2012 Climate Science Weblog in Review by Dallas Jean Staley – A Guest Post

» The Weblog Is Retiring

» Publication Of “Reply to “Comment On ‘Ocean Heat Content And Earth’s Radiation Imbalance. II. Relation To Climate Shifts’ ” by Nuccitelli Et Al. By Douglass and Knox 2012

» Q&A From A Group Of Retired NASA Personnel And Associates

» The Importance of Land Use/Land Practices On Climate – A Perspective From Jon Foley

» Interview With James Wynn In The English Department At Carnegie Mellon University

» University Of Alabama At Huntsville October 2012 Lower Tropospheric Temperature Analysis

» USA Election Day 2012

» New Paper “Climatic Variability Over Time Scales Spanning Nine Orders of Magnitude: Connecting Milankovitch Cycles With Hurst–Kolmogorov Dynamics” By Markonis And Koutsoyiannis


» Was early onset industrial-era warming anthropogenic, as Abram et al. claim?

» Re-examining Cook’s Mt Read (Tasmania) Chronology

» Esper et al 2016 and the Oroko Swamp

» Gergis and Law Dome

» Joelle Gergis, Data Torturer

» Gergis

» Are energy budget TCR estimates biased low, as Richardson et al (2016) claim?

» Deflategate: Controversy is due to Scientist Error

» Schmidt’s Histogram Diagram Doesn’t Refute Christy

» Gavin Schmidt and Reference Period “Trickery”



Global Warming News

» Clean Power Plan Oral Argument Transcript Available Here!

» President Obama and Chinese President Xi will officially join the Paris Climate Treaty on 3rd September

» South China Morning Post reports: China and US to ratify landmark Paris climate deal ahead of G20 summit, sources reveal

» Posting: Little-Known Documents Pertinent to Assessing the Legality of EPA’s Clean Energy Incentive Program

» Kyoto-Financed Cook Stoves Fail as Health/Climate “Intervention”

» CEQ Finalizes NEPA Guidance for Greenhouse Gases: Will Pointless Keystone XL Controversy Become ‘New Normal’?

» Democratic Platform Vows To Meet Climate Challenge with Good-Paying Jobs, Cheaper Energy from Green Sources, and National Mobilization

» Cognitive Dissonance Among Elected Climate Alarmists

» Republican Party Platform: Paris Climate Treaty Requires Ratification; Defund UNFCCC; and Block EPA Climate Rules

» Philippine President Rejects Paris Climate Treaty








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»Trump promises to shut down climate change funding
»CAUGHT ON TAPE: UN bans skeptical journalists from climate summit for holding views not ‘particularly helpful’
UN official Nick Nuttall ( on why conservative media outlet is being banned: 'I ...
»UN sings, dances and digs itself into a climate hole over its Ezra Levant veto
»CAUGHT ON TAPE: UN censor explains why he’s banning skeptical journalists from global warming conference
»Kerry Praises Obama: ‘He Has Been Able to Circumvent Congress’ on Climate Change
»Forget Paris: France Drops Carbon Tax Plan
»Pundits, environmentalists complain Wallace didn’t ask about climate change at debate
»Matt Ridley’s ‘Lukewarmist’ Manifesto
»Global Cooling?: Stronger-Than-Expected La Niña May Be Brewing
»EPA Geologist Who Spent Hours Watching Porn In Office Kept Job, Got Bonus

Date published: Mon, 24 Oct 2016 15:01:02 +0000

»What Do 16 Years of CERES Data Tell Us About Global Climate Sensitivity?
Short Answer: It all depends upon how you interpret the data. It has been quite a while since I have ...
»New Santer et al. Paper on Satellites vs. Models: Even Cherry Picking Ends with Model Failure
(the following is mostly based upon information provided by Dr. John Christy) Dr. John Christy ...
»Global Warming be Damned: Record Corn, Soybeans, Wheat
For many years we have been warned that climate change is creating a “climate crisis”, w ...
»4,001 Days: The Major Hurricane Drought Continues
Also, The Hurricane Center Doesn’t Overestimate…But It Does Over-warn Today marks 4,001 ...
»Matthew Could Get Loopy, Hit Florida Twice
(UPDATED 7:25 a.m. EDT Thursday October 6) Several days ago, it seemed unlikely that Major Hurricane ...
»UAH Global Temperature Update for September 2016: +0.44 deg. C
September Temperature Unchanged from August NOTE: This is the eighteenth monthly update with our new ...
»Matthew to Arrive 4,000 days after Last Major Hurricane
Updated 7:30 a.m. EDT Saturday, Oct. 1. Major Hurricane Matthew was briefly a Category 5 hurricane o ...
»The Faster a Planet Rotates, the Warmer its Average Temperature
This is a followup to my post from yesterday where I provided time-dependent model results of the da ...
»Errors in Estimating Earth’s No-Atmosphere Average Temperature
ABSTRACT While the non-linearity of the Stefan-Boltzmann equation leads to at least a 60 deg. C over ...

Date published: Fri, 21 Oct 2016 16:28:08 +0000

»My Climate Plan, Wherein a Climate Skeptic Actually Advocates for A Carbon Tax
I am always amazed at how people like to draw conclusions about what I write merely from the title, ...
»Come See My Climate Talk on Wednesday Evening, February 24, at Claremont-McKenna College
I am speaking on Wednesday night at the Athenaeum at Claremont-McKenna College near Pomona on Wednes ...
»US Average Temperature Trends in Context
Cross-posted from Coyoteblog. There was some debate a while back around about a temperature chart so ...
»Revisiting (Yet Again) Hansen’s 1998 Forecast on Global Warming to Congress
I want to briefly revisit Hansen’s 1998 Congressional forecast.  Yes, I and many others have c ...
»Matt Ridley: What the Climate Wars Did to Science
I cannot recommend Matt Ridley’s new article strongly enough.  It covers a lot of ground be he ...
»Manual Adjustments in the Temperature Record
I have been getting inquiries from folks asking me what I think about stories like this one, where P ...
»Mistaking Cyclical Variations for the Trend
I titled my very first climate video “What is Normal,” alluding to the fact that climate ...
»Typhoons and Hurricanes
(Cross-posted from Coyoteblog) The science that CO2 is a greenhouse gas and causes some warming is h ...
»Those Who Follow Climate Will Definitely Recognize This
This issue will be familiar to anyone who has spent time with temperature graphs.  We can ask oursel ...
»Layman’s Primer on the Climate Skeptic Position
I am a “lukewarmer”, which means a skeptic that agrees that man-made CO2 is incrementall ...

Date published: Fri, 18 Mar 2016 16:20:20 +0000

»Now That World Government Has Been Achieved The Planet Can Start Cooling
By Elmer Beauregard Obama has done it, he has fulfilled his promise to  “fundamentally transfo ...
»Obama Will Bypass Congress And Join UN Climate Treaty, Sources Say
By Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller The U.S. and China will formally join the United Nations globa ...
»Very Clever ‘Thanks Famous Actors’ Trump Ad
»Crystal Serenity AKA Stucky McStuckBoat Sets Out On Historic Voyage
By Elmer Beauregard Yesterday the Crystal Serenity AKA Stucky McBoatStuck left port from Seward Alas ...
»After Brexit, Clexit
Summary Statement by Viv Forbes, Founding Secretary of Clexit Harmful, Costly, Unscientific Climate ...

Date published: Wed, 05 Oct 2016 22:02:23 +0000

»Was early onset industrial-era warming anthropogenic, as Abram et al. claim?
A guest post by Nic Lewis Introduction A recent PAGES 2k Consortium paper in Nature, Abram et al., t ...
»Re-examining Cook’s Mt Read (Tasmania) Chronology
In today’s post, I’m going to re-examine (or more accurately, examine de novo) Ed Cook ...
»Esper et al 2016 and the Oroko Swamp
Jan Esper, prominent in early Climate Audit posts as an adamant serial non-archiver, has joined with ...
»Gergis and Law Dome
In today’s post, I’m going to examine Gergis’ dubious screening out of the Law Dom ...
»Joelle Gergis, Data Torturer
In 2012, the then much ballyhoo-ed Australian temperature reconstruction of Gergis et al 2012 myster ...
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»Are energy budget TCR estimates biased low, as Richardson et al (2016) claim?
A guest post by Nic Lewis   Introduction and Summary In a recently published paper (REA16), Mar ...
»Deflategate: Controversy is due to Scientist Error
I’ve submitted an article entitled “New Light on Deflategate: Critical Technical Errors ...
»Schmidt’s Histogram Diagram Doesn’t Refute Christy
In my most recent post,  I discussed yet another incident in the long running dispute about the inco ...
»Gavin Schmidt and Reference Period “Trickery”
In the past few weeks, I’ve been re-examining the long-standing dispute over the discrepancy b ...

Date published: Fri, 21 Oct 2016 20:26:02 +0000

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»Stopping the Australian Coal Export Boom
Jo Nova has a blog – US donors funding activists to shut down Australian mines, ports and rail ...
»Innovative variation on ABC anti-mining campaign
Rehabilitating abandoned mines could create thousands of ‘badly needed’ jobs opines the ...
»5 minute data South Australian electricity blackout
AEMO is fine tuning their story with another edition out. – at least this edition has a better ...
»Chart history of ACT elections 1989-2016
Just major voting groups percentages – data mostly from ACTEC and the ABC. The hordes of vario ...
»Obfuscating reply from WA Minister for Water re my call for rainfall audit
My emails asking for an audit are in comments. My Table below from 15 Sep – of catchment stati ...
»Electricity prices fudged now – just like temperature
AEMO daily Regional Reference Price for South Australia clearly fudged – if this carries on th ...
»Negative electricity prices show our grid administration is in fairyland
For 4 hours now South Australian electricity prices have been zero or negative. How do we expect to ...
»Worsening electricity reserve shortfalls predicted in South Australia
Looking ahead 2 years to 2018 electricity grid authority AEMO predicts reserve shortfalls in South A ...
»Stunning display of common sense by Australian Industry Minister
Government’s energy policy worsened South Australian state-wide blackout Are scales falling fr ...
»Dr Pat Frank examines and explains IPCC modelled temperature projections
Talk on YouTube – No Certain Doom: On the Accuracy of Projected Global Average Surface Air Tem ...

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The Global Warming Challenge
  • May, then June, saw big falls in temperature anomalies
    From a global average anomaly of 0.71°C for April, temperatures dropped to 0.34°C for June 2016, two months later. The fall in average temperatures of 0.37°C is the largest two-month decline in the history of the Armstrong-Gore Climate Bet, and closely matches the record two-month increase of 0.38°C that occurred between December 2015 and February […]

  • Regulate the climate?: A new resource on the effects of regs
    Advocates of the dangerous manmade global warming hypothesis call for regulations in response to their alarm. Assume for a moment that the alarmists’ feverish scenarios really were going to come to pass… would regulations make the situation better? The Iron Law of Regulation suggests otherwise. For a new site from Kesten Green and Scott Armstrong […]

  • May 2016 sees temperatures climb down from El Niño peak
    The May global average temperature was down by 0.16ºC from the previous month as the El Niño weather system weakened. The 0.55ºC May figure was nevertheless still warmer than the earlier, 2010, peak in temperatures. In other words, we have been experiencing the kinds of temperatures that the dangerous manmade warming alarmists have been warning would be harmful. We wonder how […]

  • April ’16: Another month warming Mr Gore’s bet hopes
    Last month we noted that if temperatures remained at around the same level as they averaged for the first three months of 2016, Mr Gore could win the Climate Bet. The figure—global average temperature anomaly—was +0.7°C. We didn’t fancy his chances given that the figure is a high for the satellite record and is associated with […]

  • Earth Day 1970 predictions: Evidence of bias?
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  • Spikey temperatures: Despite January warmth, spikes have been more cool than warm
    The UAH global average temperature anomaly spiked in January to the warmest it has been during the 97 months of the bet so far. We have seen similar spikes earlier in the bet period, in early 2010 and January 2013. All three of those spikes were (just) more than 0.3°C warmer than the 2007 annual […]

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