• “5 Years To Climate Breakdown”: How To Generate Computer Model Scares

    • Date: 10/07/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    Shock, horror: According to the WMO and the Met Office, there is a 3% chance of the forthcoming five-year global temperature average exceeding 1.5°C. There are several definitions of hustle. One of them is to use forceful actions to promote an action or point of view. It’s everywhere of course and in all aspects of […]

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  • Hot Summer Epic Fail: New Climate Models Exaggerate U.S. Midwest Warming by 6X

    • Date: 04/07/20
    • Roy Spencer

    What I find particularly troubling is that the climate modelers are increasingly deaf to what observations tell us.  For the last 10 years I have consulted for grain growing interests, providing information about past and potential future trends in growing season weather that might impact crop yields. Their primary interest is the U.S. corn belt, […]

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  • Climate Crisis? What Climate Crisis?

    • Date: 26/06/20
    • Successful Farming

    With a rebound in U.S. production, the world soybean crop will be a record 364 million tonnes in 2020/21, up 8% from this season, said the International Grains Council on Thursday. Record-setting corn and wheat crops were also forecast for 2020/21 and would contribute to the first increase of global stocks in four years. Record global production […]

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  • Natural Climate Change in Antarctica Is No News!

    • Date: 18/06/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    Ten days ago the journal Science issued an embargoed press release about a forthcoming paper that suggested the warming observed in West Antarctica was due to natural climatic variability. West Antarctica has always been looked on by alarmists as being the southern example of polar temperature amplification – a phenomenon predicted by most climate change […]

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  • False Alarm: Earth’s Magnetic Field Not On Verge Of Flip

    • Date: 10/06/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    There has been much discussion recently about the Earth’s changing magnetic field and not a few dramatic headlines portending dire consequences for humanity. A series of space probes called Swarm built by the European Space Agency (ESA) has found that in an area stretching from Africa to South America the Earth’s magnetic field is gradually […]

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  • Climate Scientists Praise Global Warming ‘Hiatus’ Science Boost

    • Date: 04/06/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    Researchers from the Universities of Princeton, California, Tokyo, Kyushu and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, say the recent hiatus in global temperature increase has led to a surge in climate science. The global effort to understand the global warming hiatus they say has led to increased understanding of some of the key metrics of global […]

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  • Not Even The Global Covid-19 Disaster Will Make A Big Difference To Atmospheric CO2 Levels

    • Date: 18/05/20
    • Roy Spencer blog

    Why the current economic slowdown won’t show up in the atmospheric CO2 record Summary: Atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) continue to increase with no sign of the global economic slowdown in response to the spread of COVID-19. This is because the estimated reductions in CO2 emissions (around -11% globally during 2020) is too small a […]

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  • Is Global CO2 Fertilisation Cooling The ‘Greenhouse Effect’?

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • Patrick J Michaels, Climate Etc.

    A new paper finds higher than expected CO2 fertilization inferred from leaf to global observations.  The paper predicts that the Earth is going to gain nearly three times as much green matter as was predicted by the IPCC AR5. Earlier this month, I posted a short piece about an explosive paper on planetary greening that appeared in the […]

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