• How Can So Many Scientists Be So Wrong About The Pause?

    • Date: 20/12/18
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    The much debated and researched so-called pause or hiatus in global surface temperatures between 1997 and 2014 never existed according to a new study. Using simple statistics it looked at and dismissed over 200 peer-reviewed papers that analysed the pause and concluded it was a real phenomenon. How did they, and the IPCC, get it […]

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  • Alarmists U-Turn: Scientists Confirm Great Barrier Reef Is Recovering From Bleaching

    • Date: 10/12/18
    • Huffington Post

    The Great Barrier Reef fared better during an oceanic heat wave last year than during sizzling weather a year earlier that caused hundreds of miles of corals to bleach, according to a study published Monday that suggests the massive structure may be growing more tolerant to climate change. The report in the journal Nature Climate Change analyzed how corals […]

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  • Greenland Ice Sheet Sixth Highest On Record

    • Date: 07/12/18
    • Polar Portal Season Report 2018

    In 2018, Greenland’s total  surface mass budget (SMB) is almost 150bn tonnes above the average for 1981-2010, ranking as sixth highest on record. The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) also performs daily simulations of how much ice or water the Ice Sheet loses or accumulates. Based on these simulations, an overall assessment of how the surface […]

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  • How Good Are The UK’s Predictions For Sea Level Rise?

    • Date: 05/12/18
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    An extrapolated forecast based on the actual trend to date might be more useful to planners than the Met Office’s predictions. Over the last few days, I have been reviewing the official forecasts of climate change for the UK, going right back to the first iteration in 1991. It’s fair to say that so far […]

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  • Global Temperature Drops By 0.4°C In Three Years

    • Date: 30/11/18
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In science communication however, a simple graph can be worth far more than pictures particularly when the main point is that the last four years have been the hottest on record. In a press release the World Meteorological Organisation said, ‘The long-term warming trend […]

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  • Judith Curry: Special Report on Sea Level Rise

    • Date: 27/11/18
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    I have now completed my assessment of sea level rise and climate change. The complete report can be downloaded here [Special Report- Sea Level Rise]. My preliminary compilation of information was provided in the 7 part Climate Etc. series Sea level rise acceleration (or not). […] The alarm over sea level rise The public discourse on […]

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  • How The BBC Quietly Obliterates And Rewrites Science News

    • Date: 22/11/18
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    Rewriting science history in the BBC News archive and erasing original content is a dangerous thing to do. One of the most basic things about journalism, especially BBC journalism, is that anyone should be able to find out what the corporation reported on a particular day about a particular story. Imagine wanting to find out […]

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  • NASA Detects A Sunspot From The Next Solar Cycle

    • Date: 20/11/18
    • Spaceweather.com

    Over the weekend, a small sunspot materialized in the sun’s northern hemisphere, then, hours later, vanished again. Such an occurrence is hardly unusual during solar minimum when sunspots are naturally small and short-lived. However, this ephemeral spot was noteworthy because its magnetic field was reversed–marking it as a member of the next solar cycle. Shown […]

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