Clive Best

  • Changing temperature anomaly baselines
    by Clive Best on 27 februari 2019 at 10:41

    I wanted to check whether the choice of baseline can affect the calculation of  global temperature anomalies from station data. Each temperature index (GISS, Berkeley, CRU) uses different […]


Joanne Nova

  • “Market Bloodbath”: Too many new remote...
    by Jo Nova on 18 maart 2019 at 10:08

    As Australia push-pumps “renewables” into remote locations some of their incomes are suddenly being cut because the losses (as they transmit across long lines) are higher than they […]

Climate Scepticism

Energy Matters

Jennifer Marohasy

  • Hottest Summer in Australia was 1938/1939
    by jennifer on 12 maart 2019 at 02:25

    THIS last summer has been hot in Australia. But was it the hottest ever? Summer 80 years ago was arguably as hot, if not hotter. Back then more ferocious bushfires burnt larger areas. Yet […]

Living on the Real World

Ron Clutz

  • Climate Kids Spurious Lawsuit Claims
    by Ron Clutz on 18 maart 2019 at 14:19

    Robert W. Endlich provides the back story on the flimsy complaints from kids suing the US government for the right to a stable climate. He writes at Master Resource Sixty Minutes on the Kiddie […]

Warwick Hughes

Climate Resistance

  • It's the End of the World… As They Know it
    by Ben Pile on 12 februari 2016 at 17:35

    One of the hypotheses posited on this blog is that the preoccupation with the end of the world is in reality a displaced existential, and altogether far more internal crisis. Where you can see […]

David Appell

  • 20th Anniversary of the Hockey Stick
    by David Appell on 15 maart 2019 at 21:52

    Today is the 20th anniversary of the hockey stick paper by Michael Mann, Ray Bradley and Malcolm Hughes that reached back to 1,000 BP.Jerry Mahlman, a climatologist at GFDL of NOAA, came up with […]


  • Polar bear attack paper invalidated by...
    by Shub Niggurath on 12 december 2017 at 16:53

    Stephen Lewandowsky has co-authored (yet another) paper attacking climate skeptics. His colleagues-in-arms this time are long-time climate consensusite Jeff Harvey , Bart Vergheggen, and a cohort of […]

And Then There’s Physics

  • The BBC’s lack of balance
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 17 maart 2019 at 14:33

    Just discovered that a new BBC Scotland news programme (The Nine) decided that it would invite Andrew Montford on to discuss the Youth Strike for Climate. Fortunately, no one else was willing to […]

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