• Met Office: Drier Winters To Lead To Record Rainfall

    • Date: 28/07/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    New innovative research has found that for England and Wales there is a 1 in 3 chance of a new monthly rainfall record in at least one region each winter (Oct-Mar). http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/news/releases/2017/high-risk-of-unprecedented-rainfall Now that’s strange, because five years ago Julia Slingo was telling us that “melting Arctic sea ice” was leading to drier winters! The […]

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  • Met Office “Unprecedented” Rainfall Nonsense

    • Date: 27/07/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    If the Met Office had looked at the actual data, and not their computer simulations, they would have concluded that UK weather is not getting more extreme. The Met Office has just issued this news release: New innovative research has found that for England and Wales there is a 1 in 3 chance of a […]

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  • Chris Horner Briefs House of Lords On Trump’s Decision to Withdrawal From Paris Agreement

    • Date: 26/07/17
    • E&E Legal

    London, England — On July 10, E&E Legal Senior Legal Fellow Chris Horner gave a talk in the UK House of Lords, hosted by Lord Lawson of Blaby and Dr. Benny Peiser of the Global Warming Policy Foundation. Attended by several members of the House and other interested parties, Horner’s talk and the discussion afterward centered […]

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  • Arctic Ice More Resilient Than Thought

    • Date: 24/07/17
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    July is showing again the resilience of Arctic ice this year. The graph below shows 2017 extents for the first 19 days of July compared to the average for the previous 11 years, to 2016, to 2007 and the SII (Sea Ice Index) estimates for 2017. The graph shows 2017 holding to the decadal average […]

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  • MSM On Climate Hype: “The Worst Case Is The Only Thing That Prompts Us To Get Anything Done”

    • Date: 22/07/17
    • Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That

    According to the Sydney Morning Herald, telling the truth about climate doesn’t work. Hyping extreme climate scenarios is sometimes the only way to motivate climate action. How Y2K offers a lesson for fighting climate change Earlier this month, New York magazine published a riveting and frightening look at the future of the planet we call home. Now […]

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  • The New Astrology

    • Date: 22/07/17
    • Alan Jay Levinovitz, Aeon

    By fetishising mathematical models, economists turned economics into a highly paid pseudoscience. Since the 2008 financial crisis, colleges and universities have faced increased pressure to identify essential disciplines, and cut the rest… But despite the funding crunch, it’s a bull market for academic economists. According to a 2015 sociological study in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, the median salary of […]

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  • An Update On The Debate About Sea Level Rise

    • Date: 20/07/17
    • Larry Kummer, Fabius Maximus

    Rising sea levels have become a core element — perhaps the core — of climate activists’ warnings. What do scientists say? Should we worry, panic, or despair? Here is a brief answer, plus much supporting evidence. An example of Greenpeace informing the public. As so many of the predicted effects of climate change have failed […]

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  • PGC Reports Record Future Supply Of Natural Gas In The U.S.

    • Date: 19/07/17
    • Potential Gas Committee

    The Potential Gas Committee (PGC) today released the results of its latest biennial assessment of the nation’s natural gas resources, which indicates that the United States possesses a total technically recoverable resource base of 2,817 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) as of year-end 2016. This is the highest resource evaluation in the Committee’s 52-year history, exceeding […]

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