• Jennifer Marohasy: Australian Bureau of Meteorology Corrupted Temperature Records

    • Date: 26/08/14
    • Jennifer Marohasy

    The temperature record at Rutherglen has been corrupted by managers at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. Heads need to start rolling at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. The senior management have tried to cover-up serious tampering that has occurred with the temperatures at an experimental farm near Rutherglen in Victoria. Retired scientist Dr Bill Johnston […]

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  • Australia: Cooling Changed To Warming Trends Because Stations “Might” Have Moved

    • Date: 26/08/14
    • Jo Nova blog

    I’s the news you’ve been waiting years to hear! Finally we find out the exact details of why the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) changed two of their best long term sites from cooling trends to warming trends. The massive inexplicable adjustments like these have been discussed on blogs for years. But it was only when Graham Lloyd […]

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  • Underwater Methane Discovery Shows How Little We Know About Climate System

    • Date: 25/08/14
    • Walter Russell Mead, The American interest

    The sheer number of these methane vents has taken scientists by surprise. The discovery of these underwater methane seeps underscores just how little we understand about our climate. Researchers have found more than 500 methane vents on the seafloor off the Atlantic coast of the United States. The sheer number of these so-called “seep areas” has taken […]

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  • Judith Curry: The 50-50 Argument

    • Date: 25/08/14
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    I am arguing that climate models are not fit for the purpose of detection and attribution of climate change on decadal to multidecadal timescales. Pick one: a)  Warming since 1950 is predominantly (more than 50%)  caused by humans. b)  Warming since 1950 is predominantly caused by natural processes. When faced with a choice between a) […]

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  • Climate Nonsensus: Only Half Of U.S. Meteorologists Think Global Warming Is Man-Made

    • Date: 25/08/14
    • The Hockey Schtick

    The American Meteorological Society has released updated polling results of their membership [26.3% response rate] which shows only 52% agree with the so-called “consensus” that global warming is mostly man-made. The poll finds “members of this professional community are not unanimous in their views of climate change, and there has been tension among members of […]

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  • Tornado Intensity Index

    • Date: 24/08/14
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Is the intensity of tornadoes increasing in the United States, (or, for that matter, falling)? It’s a perennial question. NOAA gives us some clues, with their charts of EF-1+ and EF-3 to EF-5 tornadoes since 1954. (NOAA ignore EF-0’s, because many more of these weak tornadoes get to be reported nowadays than in the past […]

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  • Jennifer Marohasy: Homogenising Temperature Records Down Under

    • Date: 23/08/14
    • Jennifer Marohasy

    When I first sent Graham Lloyd some examples of the remodeling of the temperature series I think he may have been somewhat skeptical. I know he on-forwarded this information to the Bureau of Meteorology for comment, including three charts showing the homogenization of the minimum temperature series for Amberley. Mr Lloyd is the Environment Editor […]

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  • Antarctic Sea Ice Has Been Above Average For 1000 Days

    • Date: 23/08/14
    • Anthony Watts, Watts Up With That

    Like watching the number of days that a major hurricane has not made landfall on the United States (now over 3000 days), we can now watch the number of days that Antarctica’s sea ice continues to be above the 30 year baseline. The constant growth is remarkable. As shown in the plot below, data from University of […]

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