• GWPF TV: State Of The Climate In 2016

    • Date: 23/03/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The GWPF has published the world’s first State of the Climate Survey based exclusively on observations rather than climate models. Compiled by Professor Ole Humlum, the new climate survey is in sharp contrast to the habitual alarmism of other reports that are mainly based on computer modelling and climate predictions.  

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  • 3.6 Million More Penguins Live in Antarctica Than Thought

    • Date: 22/03/17
    • Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic

    New data collected by researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia estimates the population number at nearly six million—almost four million higher than previous estimates. Until this most recent study, scientists drew their estimates by counting breeding pairs. However, this means previous counts missed non-breeding penguins. “Non-breeding birds are harder to count because they are […]

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  • Blank Sun Transitions Towards Solar Minimum

    • Date: 20/03/17
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    The sun is currently blank with no visible sunspots and this is the 14th straight day with a blank look which is the longest such stretch since April 2010 according to spaceweather.com. A blank look to the sun on Monday, March 20, and it has now been blank for two weeks straight; image courtesy NASA/GSFC Historically […]

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  • Ocean Surface Temperatures: How Low Will They Go?

    • Date: 19/03/17
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    We have seen lots of claims about the temperature records for 2016 and 2015 proving dangerous man made warming.  At least one senator stated that in a confirmation hearing.  Now that HadSST3 data is complete through February 2017, let’s see how obvious is the ocean’s governing of global average temperatures. Ocean temperature measurements come from a […]

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  • How The Recent El Nino Saved Climate Models

    • Date: 13/03/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    El Ninos can be used to make computer climate models look better than they are, for a short time at least. The message one is trying to get across when communicating science can depend much on what one doesn’t say. Leaving something vital out can make all the difference and when it’s done it can […]

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  • Reality Check: Winter Snow Extent Continues Rising Trend

    • Date: 08/03/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Hottest year update! NH snow cover this winter has been well above average, ranking 9th highest since 1967.  http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/chart_seasonal.php?ui_set=nhland&ui_season=1 Remember the notorious climate scare?

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  • Weather Forecasters Predict El Niño May Return By Summer

    • Date: 28/02/17
    • Karen Braun, Reuters

    The path to another round of El Niño in 2017 appears to be shortening, as tropical Pacific Ocean waters have been warming at a substantial rate. Several models suggest that El Niño could be comfortably in place as early as May. Weather forecasters have been eyeing for a couple of months a possible return this […]

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  • David Whitehouse: Data, Deflection And The Pause

    • Date: 12/02/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    David Rose’s splendid and significant article in last week’s Mail on Sunday certainly caused a stir. The initial reaction, mostly distractions, have been easily dealt with by David Rose in this week’s installment. One of the points raised concerned a paper submitted to the Journal of Climate by Huang et al. It is about the […]

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