• After El Nino, Will The Global Warming Pause Continue?

    • Date: 03/03/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Is the global warming pause over for good — or will it continue once the current El Nino dies down? That is the key question raised by Dr David Whitehouse, the GWPF’s science editor, in a new video produced by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. The current El Nino is one of the strongest on […]

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  • The Global Warming Hiatus Is Real, So Why Don’t We Hear About It?

    • Date: 27/02/16
    • David Whitehouse, The Spectator

    A new paper in a prestigious journal suggests that the hiatus in global warming of the past 15 years is real. So why has it been ignored? In 2007 I pointed out that it was curious that in recent years the global annual average temperature had not increased at a time when greenhouse gasses were […]

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  • MAISIE Confirms Arctic Sea Ice Remaining Stable In February

    • Date: 20/02/16
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That & xmetman

    This year is virtually bang on the MAISIE mean, and well above 2006. https://nsidc.org/data/masie/ While we’re on the topic of DMI Arctic sea ice graphs, it is worthwhile recalling Ron Clutz’s post the other day on NSIDC’s MAISIE data. You may recall that Ron showed how MAISIE, which is the new all singing and dancing […]

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  • The Demise Of The Warm Blob

    • Date: 16/02/16
    • NASA Earth Observatory

    Thanks in part to the strong El Niño in the equatorial Pacific, the Blob has finally broken up acquired July 1 – 31, 2015 acquired January 1 – 31, 2016 In the winter of 2013-14, an unusually strong and persistent ridge of atmospheric high pressure emerged in weather maps of the northeastern Pacific Ocean. The […]

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  • Sea Levels Rising Slower Than Expected, NASA Satellites Discover

    • Date: 13/02/16
    • Sarah Griffith, Daily Mail

    Idyllic islands and bustling cities such as Venice and Miami may be spared from rising sea levels in the near future because parched land is absorbing some of the water released by melting glaciers. The planet’s continents have soaked up and stored 3.2 trillion tons of water in soils, lakes and underground aquifers, according to […]

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  • The Collapse Of El Nino Is Underway

    • Date: 10/02/16
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore Weather

    The collapse of El Nino in the tropical Pacific Ocean has begun and it will be rather dramatic.  The current strong El Nino event reached its peak intensity level in December 2015 and all indications suggest it will completely flip to La Nina conditions by later this year. Change in sea surface temperature anomalies in […]

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  • Met Office Predicts Resurgence In Surface Global Warming

    • Date: 03/02/16
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    Predictions are the essence of science. For a theory or a model to remain credible it has to predict something and that prediction must be compared to reality. Every scientist knows the remark that ‘many a beautiful theory was killed by an ugly fact.’ A particular theory can make a prediction about something that has […]

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  • Will La Niña Take El Niño’s Place In The Pacific?

    • Date: 27/01/16
    • The Weather Network

    People all over the world are keeping a very close eye on how this historic El Niño evolves during the next few months. We know from previous ocean monitoring that the end of El Niño is often followed by the reversal of the phenomenon, known as La Niña, although that is not always the case. Many years […]

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