• Austrian National Weather Service: “Natural Factors Substantial…Models Inadequate”

    • Date: 27/11/13
    • P. Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    “If one compares the temperature development of the last 15 years to the simulations from the new climate model generation, then one sees a substantial deviation between reality and model.” A November 11, 2013 press release by Austria’s national weather service, the Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG), somehow got by me. And not surprisingly it was completely ignored by […]

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  • Why The Global Warming ‘Pause’ Hasn’t Gone Away

    • Date: 18/11/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    This new paper does not affect the fact that the temperature databases, with their own allowances for data-free regions, show no warming for 16-years, or at the very least no warming for about 95% of the globe for 16-years. The ‘pause’ seen in the land and ocean global surface temperature during the last 16 years […]

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  • 2013 Global Temperature – Flatlining

    • Date: 14/11/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    On Wednesday the Bank of England governor Mark Carney said that the UK’s economy was improving and that the time had come to view the glass as half-full and not half-empty. It would be nice if sometimes reporting of climate change stories occasionally looked at things from a different perspective as well. As is traditional, […]

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  • Lessons from Typhoon ‘Haiyan’

    • Date: 12/11/13
    • Axel Bojanowski, Spiegel Online

    Many at the climate conference in Warsaw and around the world see a link between global warming and the devastating typhoon in the Philippines. But several studies point to other causes — and even more worrisome trends. The UN climate conference got off to a deeply emotional start in Warsaw on Monday. “It’s time to […]

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  • No Trend In Landfalling Tropical Cyclones Of The Philippines

    • Date: 11/11/13
    • CO2 Science Magazine

    Despite global warming during the 20th century the number of tropical cyclones annually making landfall in the Philippines did not experience any net change. All variability was merely oscillatory activity around a mean trend of zero slope. Reference Kubota, H. and Chan, J.C.L. 2009. Interdecadal variability of tropical cyclone landfall in the Philippines from 1902 […]

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  • Climate Change: Patterns Of Evidence

    • Date: 08/11/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    It has been said often that man-made climate change is not revealed in any specific climate parameter but by a “pattern of evidence.” So what is happening to some of the potential candidates for inclusion in the climate change “pattern of evidence?” Any one changing parameter, such as global temperature, ice sheet changes, stratospheric cooling, changing […]

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  • What Is Happening To The Oceans?

    • Date: 01/11/13
    • Dr David Whitehouse

    Click on image to enlarge. New research carried out by and published in the journal Science (University press release) is providing fascinating new insights about how the heat content of the oceans have been changing over the last few thousand years, as well as providing yet more evidence that the Medieval Warm Period and the […]

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  • Cold Winters, Hot News

    • Date: 30/10/13

    There has been a rather unnecessary blogosphere fuss about a TV report by BBC North East weatherman Paul Hudson, whose reports on the science of climate change have been the most informed of any reporter working for the BBC. He produced a brief TV report suggesting that Northern Europe, and in particular his North East […]

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