• Blizzard of Global Warming Blankets U.S. East Coast

    • Date: 23/01/16
    • James Delingpole, Breitbart London

    The US East Coast has been blanketed in global warming. Layers and layers and layers of it. But don’t worry: it’s not actually real. We know this because of the climate experts and their computer models. (H/T Tom Nelson) Here is a learned, peer-reviewed study published in Nature in 2014 In a warming climate, precipitation is […]

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  • The Current Climate of Extremes

    • Date: 22/01/16
    • Patrick J Michaels and Paul C. Knappenberger, Cato at Liberty

    The bottom line is this:  No El Niño, and the big spike of 2015 doesn’t happen. What a day yesterday! First, our National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)announced that 2015 was the warmest year in the thermometric, and then the Washington Post’s Jason Samenow published an op-ed titled “Global warming in 2015 made weather more extreme and it’s likely […]

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  • Has Green Alarmism Peaked?

    • Date: 21/01/16
    • Ron Bailey, Reason

    Dancing on the grave of “peak oil” – will it stay buried? In my November 2007 column, Peak Oil Again?, when oil prices had reached $100 per barrel, I concluded, “Some day peak oil production will be reached, but most oil reserve estimates suggest that there are good reasons to doubt that that day is now […]

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  • How Greens Fuel Climate Skepticism

    • Date: 20/01/16
    • The American Interest

    We’ve long argued that the tendency of environmentalists to conflate skepticism about the efficacy of their preferred policies with “climate denialism” is not only wrong, but self-defeating, because it effectively scuttles the possibility of compromise before the conversation even begins. A recent essay by Daniel Sarewitz in Nature magazine perfectly captures the reason why this strategy has been a failure and […]

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  • Stranded Monster

    • Date: 18/01/16
    • Tony Thomas, The Spectator

    An unusual creature has landed at Oahu Now and then giant ocean creatures wash up on beaches in a horrible mess. At Kalaeloa Airport on Oahu (Hawaii) a similar but aerial creature has washed up in an airport hangar. It’s the Solar Impulse 2, a solar-powered plane with a wingspan nearly as long as an […]

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  • Humans Innovate Their Way Out of Scarcity

    • Date: 13/01/16
    • Marian Tupy, Reason

    Decline in commodities prices since the 1960s illustrates the enduring wisdom of Julian Simon Last week, the World Bank updated its commodity database, which tracks the price of commodities going back to 1960. Over the last 55 years, the world’s population has increased by 143 percent. Over the same time period, real average annual per capita […]

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  • Met Office Hype Vs Reality: 2015 Was Not Unusually Wet

    • Date: 09/01/16
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Contrary to various misleading claims, last year was not “one of the wettest” on record. In fact it only ranked 84th wettest since 1766, according to the England & Wales Precipitation Series, with 969mm, only marginally above the average of 918mm. As the 10-Year average shows, there have been wetter periods than the last 10 […]

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  • John Christy: Expect More Warmth As El Niño Fades

    • Date: 07/01/16
    • Reporting Climate Science

    Atmospheric temperatures will remain elevated and may even edge up higher as the El Niño Pacific Ocean warming event fades and the cooling sea gives up heat to the air above it, according to a leading climate scientist. “Ocean temperatures related to the El Niño Pacific Ocean warming event are falling, which in the short […]

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