• Global Polar Bear Population Larger Than Previous Thought – Almost 30,000

    • Date: 25/02/17
    • Susan Crockford, Polar BearScience

    The global polar bear population has increased by almost 30% since 2005. It is increasingly obvious that polar bears are thriving despite having lived through summer sea ice levels not predicted to occur until 2050. The results of three recently-released studies that were not included in the last IUCN Red List assessment add more than 2,050 bears (on average)1 to the […]

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  • Household Solar Storage Increases CO2 Emissions, Study Concludes

    • Date: 18/02/17
    • Tereza Pultarova, Energy & Technology

    Contrary to popular belief, household storage for solar power doesn’t reduce cost or CO2 emissions, an American study suggests. As charging and discharging a home battery itself consumes energy, feeding surplus solar power into the storage device instead of into the grid results in higher overall electricity consumption for the household, as well as higher […]

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  • Bates, Burgers & The Scientific Integrity Of NOAA

    • Date: 17/02/17
    • Toad Liquor

    Rose is not the story. Bates is not the story. The story is the circumvention of procedures put in place to protect the integrity of the data, and hence the reputation of the NOAA. There can be no confidence in data without confidence in the procedures surrounding collection and storage of data. It is sometimes said science is […]

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  • Are Climate Alarmists Glassy-Eyed Cultists?

    • Date: 17/02/17
    • Francis Menton, Manhattan Contrarian

    The word “cult” may be a little over the top, but whatever it is, it sure isn’t science. Will Happer is an eminent physicist at Princeton who has chosen (along with his colleague Freeman Dyson) to plant a flag on the skeptic side of the climate debate.  I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Happer on […]

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  • Massive Flood In California After Two Decades Of Drought

    • Date: 13/02/17
    • The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

    One hundred fifty-five years ago, California had a massive flood after two decades of drought. The only things different were that CO2 was below 300 PPM, they didn’t have Jerry Brown for governor, and the state wasn’t populated by tens of millions of morons who believe droughts and floods are caused by other people’s SUV’s. […]

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  • New York Times Manipulates NOAA’s Climate Science Scandal

    • Date: 12/02/17
    • Tully Borland, American Thinker

    If you were only to read the New York Times’ latest article on the most recent Climate Change scandal first reported by the Mail and the Daily Mail, you would never know that there was any scandal to speak of in the first place. Headline: “No Data Manipulation in 2015 Climate Study, Researchers Say.” Well, not all researchers. The background of the data manipulation […]

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  • Judith Curry: The New ‘Climate Denial’

    • Date: 11/02/17
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    Interesting article in The Atlantic, but I’m still trying to figure out what is being ‘denied.’ The Atlantic has an interesting article How the New Climate Denial is Like the Old Climate Denial.  Subtitle: Both are excuses for inaction. It seems that I am the scientific poster child for the new denialism: There has been a subtle shift recently […]

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  • Why Old-Guard Republicans’ Carbon Tax Plan Has Absolutely No Chance

    • Date: 10/02/17
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A plan by former Republican officials to tax carbon dioxide emissions is similar to one considered by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before she launched her presidential bid.  She opted not to support a carbon tax after polling showed it would be “lethal in the general” election. Old-Guard Republicans — including former Secretary of State James […]

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