• Black Monday For Climatistas

    • Date: 20/06/17
    • Steve Hayward, Power Line

    Most climatistas are going to call today “Black Monday,” because today has dealt a double-whammy of what Al Gore would call inconvenient news. First, an article out today in Nature Geoscience ponders the problem of why observed temperatures in the troposphere are not matching up with what the climate models have predicted. The lead author, […]

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  • Reality Check: 85% Of Global Energy Consumption Based On Fossil Fuels

    • Date: 19/06/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Despite a small drop in coal consumption, fossil fuels remain dominant, with a share of 85%.  Wind and solar in contrast contribute only a tiny 2.2%. http://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy.html More on the BP Energy Review. Despite a small drop in coal consumption, fossil fuels remain dominant, with a share of 85%. Wind and solar in contrast contribute […]

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  • Exit From Paris Climate Accord: A Re-Founding Of American Democracy?

    • Date: 19/06/17
    • Contrepoints/ translated by Friends of Science

    In an interview with the French liberal newspaper Contrepoints, Belgian philosopher Drieu Godefridi discusses his view that the exit of the Trump Administration from the Paris Agreement is a sensible return to American democracy. Drieu Godefridi Interview with Drieu Godefridi, Belgian philosopher, jurist, author of “Le GIEC etMort; Vive le Science” (The IPCC is Dead: Long […]

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  • How Two Nobel Prize-Winning Economists Got Oil Wrong

    • Date: 15/06/17
    • Michael Lynch , Forbes

    My recent book details the numerous mistakes made by many experts — real and apparent — about the oil market and oil prices.   This post will point to two in particular (the latter of which did not appear in the book).  Robert Solow and Paul Krugman are both M.I.T. professors of economics (Krugman only for a […]

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  • Roy Spencer: A Global Warming Red Team Warning

    • Date: 14/06/17
    • Roy Spencer

    Now that the idea of a global warming Red Team approach to help determine what our energy policy should be is gaining traction, it is important that we understand what that means to some of us who have been advocating it for over 10 years — and also what it doesn’t mean. The Red Team […]

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  • El Nino Signal Is Fading

    • Date: 13/06/17
    • Reuters

    Sea surface temperatures in the central-eastern Pacific Nino region 3.4 were just +0.4°C above the long-term average last week. Surface temperatures off the coast of Peru in Nino regions 1+2 were actually -0.1°C below average, down from +2.6°C in the middle of March. Surface temperatures off Peru are a good leading indicator for temperatures further […]

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  • Shale Revolution 3.0: Here Comes the Global Gas Market

    • Date: 10/06/17
    • The American Interest

    Where once we grappled with the problems of energy scarcity, now we’re looking at the implications of a new energy abundance. Natural gas may share the title of “hydrocarbon” with oil, and it may be a fossil fuel, but that’s about where the similarities end. For both suppliers and consumers, there’s no greater distinction between […]

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  • Another Solar Company Goes Bust

    • Date: 09/06/17
    • Greentech Media

    Last week, American Solar Direct filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy in California Central Bankruptcy Court. According to its bankruptcy filing, the company had less than $50,000 in assets and liabilities of between $10 million and $50 million. In 2013, GTM Research named American Solar Direct (ASD) as a residential PV installer to watch. At the time, […]

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