• Global Warming Likely to Be 30 to 45 Percent Lower Than Climate Models Project

    • Date: 25/04/18
    • Ronald Bailey, Reason Online

    A new study in the Journal of Climate compares global temperature data trends since 1850 with model outputs. Climate researchers have spent decades trying to pin down the planet’s equilibrium climate sensitivity. Also known by the initials ECS, that figure represents how much it would ultimately increase global average temperatures if the amount of carbon dioxide in the […]

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  • New Data Imply Slower Global Warming

    • Date: 24/04/18
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 24 April — A paper just published by the Journal of Climate concludes that high estimates of future global warming from most computer climate simulations are inconsistent with observed warming since 1850. The implication is that future warming will be 30 to 45% lower than suggested by the simulations.   The study estimates climate […]

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  • Corals Have Genes To Survive Another 100-250 Years Of Climate Change

    • Date: 23/04/18
    • Jo Nova

    A new paper finds that there is already enough genetic variety spread across the Great Barrier Reef to adapt to the imagined “unprecedented” warming coming in the next two centuries. We don’t need to rely on random mutations or consider fantasy solutions of man-made oceanic sunscreens, mass sunshades, or giant reef fans. Corals already have […]

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  • New Study: Corals Can Withstand Another 100-250 Years Of Climate Change

    • Date: 20/04/18
    • PLOS Genetics,

    Heat-tolerant genes may spread through coral populations fast enough to give the marine creatures a tool to survive another 100-250 years of warming in our oceans. Can genetic adaptation in reef-building corals keep pace with the current rate of sea surface warming? Here we combine population genomics, biophysical modeling, and evolutionary simulations to predict future […]

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  • Polar Bear Specialist Mitch Taylor On Accountability In Polar Bear Science

    • Date: 16/04/18
    • Polar Bear Science

    ‘The loss of credible information is the real harm that has resulted from turning scientific inquiry into an agenda driven exercise … even for a good cause.’ Polar bear specialist Mitch Taylor emailed me and others his response to the New York Times article that appeared Tuesday (10 April) about the Harvey et al. (2018) BioScience paper attacking my scientific integrity. Here it is […]

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  • NASA Observations Refute Climate Modellers Who Claim That Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Has Been Slowing

    • Date: 12/04/18
    • Watts Up With That

    2010 NASA Study Finds Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Not Slowing Yesterday’s “The Day After Tomorrow” climate explainer’s excuse for cold winters is back – research suggests that the North Atlantic current is weaker than anytime for the last 1000 years Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News 11 April […]

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  • Solar Activity Over Last 9000 Years Sheds New Light On Natural Variability

    • Date: 10/04/18
    • Chi Ju Wu et al. (2018) Astronomy & Astrophysics 5 April 2018

    A new consistent reconstruction of the solar activity offers a more reliable estimate of the long-term evolution of the solar variability Chi Ju Wu et al. (2018) Solar activity over nine millennia: A consistent multi-proxy reconstruction. Astronomy & Astrophysics 5 April 2018 Chi Ju Wu, I. G. Usoskin, N. Krivova, G. A. Kovaltsov, M. Baroni, E. […]

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  • British Antarctic Snowfall Study Deepens the Mystery of Global Warming

    • Date: 10/04/18
    • Outer Place

    Previous climate change models predicted that global sea levels would rise by a meter by the year 2100 due in part to melting Antarctic ice, but those estimates have proven to be flawed. Over the past century, the Antarctic has gone from being a vast Terra Incognita to a continent-sized ticking time bomb: according to NASA, Antarctica has […]

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