• Computer Models Killed Woolly Mammoth

    • Date: 18/08/10

    The reasons for its extinction are unclear and have been a matter of heated scientific debate. Now, according to Professor Brian Huntley of Durham University, that debate has been settled. Professor Huntley and his colleagues created a computer simulation of vegetation in Europe, Asia and North America over the last 42,000 years Woolly mammoths died out […]

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  • Mexico Attempts To ‘Rescue’ Global Climate Talks

    • Date: 17/08/10

    Mexico hopes to “rescue” global climate change talks by hosting a successful summit later this year that ends in concrete actions to control greenhouse gases, its chief negotiator said on Monday. Expectations for a decisive climate change agreement this year have been lowered as negotiators and United Nations officials cautioned that major stumbling blocks persist […]

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  • New Paper: Sea Level Rise Not Accelerating

    • Date: 16/08/10

    A paper published yesterday in the Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, confirms other studies of tide gauge records which show that there has been no statistically significant acceleration in sea level rise over the past 100+ years, in contrast to statements of the IPCC and Al Gore. Sea levels have been rising naturally since […]

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  • A Cool Look At Russian Heat Wave

    • Date: 13/08/10

    A Russian scientist says the regional heat wave taking place in Russia is not a sign of catastrophic climate change and that the permafrost has been thawing since the last ice age 10,000 years ago, and its rate of thawing is also not catastrophic. This is what the German edition of the Russian online Ria […]

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  • Sea Level History Lesson

    • Date: 11/08/10

    We are sure you’ve heard that sea level is rising? We conducted a web search on “Global Warming and Sea Level” and nearly 3.5 million websites are immediately located. And before you conduct the search yourself, you already know what you will find. The earth is getting warmer due to the buildup of greenhouse gases, […]

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  • 2010 Global Tropical Cyclone Activity Update

    • Date: 09/08/10

    Global Tropical Cyclone Activity remains at 30-year lows at least. The last 24-months of ACE at 1090 represents a decrease from the previous months and a return to the levels of September 2009. Since Hurricane Katrina (August 2005) and the publication of high-profile papers in Nature and Science, global tropical cyclone ACE has collapsed in half. This […]

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  • Hans von Storch Speaks Out On CRU, IPCC And Climate Science

    • Date: 04/08/10

    Here is an outstanding interview given by Professor Hans von Storch, one of Germany’s leading climate scientists, in an interview with Germany’s Handelsblatt (Germany’s equivalent to the Wall Street Journal) yesterday. Although a warmist, Professor Hans von Storch, much to his credit, has always kept an open ear and mind to serious climate sceptics. Here are some […]

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  • Has The IPCC Got It Wrong Over Aerosols?

    • Date: 01/08/10

    Aerosols help cool the atmosphere by encouraging cloud droplets to form icy particles which reflect sunlight, but new research suggests they could also have the opposite effect and warm the atmosphere too. Richard Lindzen, Professor of Meteorology at MIT , and his former postdoctoral researcher Youn-Sang Choi analysed cloud formation and dust aerosol data collected […]

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