• Ice Sheets May Be More Resilient Than Thought, New Study

    • Date: 04/09/15
    • Miles Traer, Standford University

    Stanford study suggests that today’s ice sheets may be more resilient to increased carbon dioxide levels than previously thought. Map of the Earth with a 6-meter sea level rise represented in red. A new Stanford study says that the sea level rise associated with a warming world may not be as high as predicted. (Image: […]

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  • Strongest El Nino Since 1997/98 Says BoM

    • Date: 01/09/15
    • Reporting Climate Science

    The current El Niño Pacific Ocean warming event is now the strongest El Niño since 1997–98, according to Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). Weekly sea surface temperature (SST) changes. Courtesy BoM.   Conditions in the the tropical Pacific Ocean and in the atmosphere above it are now re-inforcing each other – fully coupled, in the meteorological jargon […]

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  • Ten Years After Katrina: Lessons From False Predictions & Climate Alarmism

    • Date: 29/08/15
    • Fabius Maximus

    Most 10-year anniversary articles about Katrina omit one chapter of that sad story: its exploitation by climate activists. They predicted more and stronger hurricanes. Let’s grade them. Every time activists falsely cry “wolf” we become weaker, less able to prepare for real threats. Remembering is the first step to learning. Contents Katrina and Wilma hit […]

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  • Surviving The Ice Age, And Whatever Comes Next

    • Date: 18/08/15
    • Doug Hoffman, The Resilient Earth

    Our ancestors survived the ups and downs of glacial period temperatures, as well as the heat of the Eemian interglacial. Bottom line: all this climate catastrophe hype is simply hot air. Humanity may go the way of the dodo but it will be for reasons other than the C02 we are putting into the atmosphere. Worrywarts […]

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  • Internal Climate Variability or Climate-Warming?

    • Date: 14/08/15
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    It is becoming a trend in the journal Science – that of publishing articles stating that there is no ‘hiatus’ in annual average global surface temperature. The latest such article is written by Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. He’s well-known for two things. Firstly, saying in the 2009 […]

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  • Hudson Bay Sea Ice Highest Since 1992

    • Date: 06/08/15
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    We are seeing one of the extremes in Hudson Bay sea ice variability this year, not only in extent but in distribution of ice. Ice coverage on Hudson Bay this year at 28 July was twice what it was in 2009, the last “late” ice breakup year for which detailed ice maps are available (409 vs. 204 […]

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  • HADCRUT Cool The Past Yet Again

    • Date: 05/08/15
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    HadCrut have just released their latest version 4.4, and guess what? Yes, the past has been cooled again! This is is how things have changed since version 4.3.   As usual we see temperatures earlier in the record being reduced, but more noticeably temperatures have been progressively increased since the 1990’s. The amounts are only […]

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  • El Nino Has Emerged And Is Expected To Strengthen

    • Date: 04/08/15
    • Colin Packham, Reuters

    An El Nino is now well established and continues to strengthen, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said, with models indicating that sea-surface temperature anomalies in the central Pacific Ocean are set to climb to the highest in 19 years. The El Nino, marked by a warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, can lead […]

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