Thanks to Dave for the heads-up. Another post in the “Must be due to G-l-o-b-a-l W-a-r-m-i-n-g” series. This University of Alabama at Huntsville web page where you can graph daily NOAA satellite temperature data – for various altitudes – over the last decade – shows clearly that Earth has just entered into a series of [...]
Download the very readable 4.2Mb paper “Testing an astronomically-based decadal-scale empirical harmonic climate model versus the IPCC (2007) general circulation climate models” by Dr Nicola Scafetta – ACRIM (Active Cavity Radiometer Solar Irradiance Monitor Lab) & Duke University, Durham, NC 27708, USA.
Amazing – get your own download here – looks to be 5000 emails plus other files. Looking forward to hearing about any interesting mails you find. I have been told of this gem from the Jo Nova site. “David Jones” subject: RE: African stations used in HadCRU global data set to: “Phil Jones” Thanks Phil [...]
The Andrew Bolt Show on Australian Channel 10 Sundays. Well worth a few minutes of your time.
Canadian scientist Dean Brooks has written a provocative paper pointing out that GCM’s have not handled atmospheric density changes correctly. You can download his 1MB pdf paper “The ‘Pot Lid’ Hypothesis: Where Does the Air Go?”.
He has also written and published on “The Decline Effect – The law behind diminishing returns and wildly varying [...]
Videos putting the case against the Carbon Tax. Note other links on right hand side to a series of videos against the Carbon Tax. Thanks to the Galileo Movement.
Well worth half an hour viewing – such a crisp and to the point delivery by Professor Vincent Courtillot – no time wasting.
A recent paper in Nature claiming an increase in extreme rain events 1951-1999 correlates with “AGW-climate change” has been given the usual uncritical acclaim in our GreenLeft media. I enjoy the originality in ABC headlines. Dr Roger Pielke Sr. has reviewed the paper.
I was surprised to see the Min et al paper only quote [...]
Last night after 10pm I saw some of the ABC 24hr TV News show and the segment was The Drum – a presenter with a few people (mostly with greenleft views) to discuss current affairs. The subject turned to the Greens Senator Brown’s call for coal companies to pay bigtime for the Queensland flood cleanup, [...]
Readers have sent in data about this issue trying to get a feel for how global temperatures might cool as 2010 unfolds. The salient points for me are;  1997-98 was an altogether greater El Nino event than 2009-10.  The SOI went negative early in 1997 and stayed negative until April 98.  This [...]