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Clive Best


Joanne Nova

Climate Scepticism

  • I Spy Cli-Fi
    by Geoff Chambers on 19 februari 2018 at 20:34

    Climate Fiction is big business. There’s even a website devoted to academic research in the subject with its own Research Tool (Dan Bloom is his name. He’s a 1971 graduate of Tufts […]

Energy Matters

Jennifer Marohasy

  • BoM Blast for Dubious Record Hot Day
    by jennifer on 11 februari 2018 at 05:15

    IN September 2017, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) claimed a series of new record hot days across south eastern Australia, including on 23 September at Mildura. At that time, the […]

Living on the Real World

  • The FY 2019 budget.
    by William Hooke on 14 februari 2018 at 20:40

    “The President proposes, the Congress disposes.” – old Washington, DC adage Historically, U.S. presidents haven’t always submitted budgets to the Congress. In fact, prior to […]

Ron Clutz

  • Mueller Indictment Implications
    by Ron Clutz on 19 februari 2018 at 17:35

    The ramifications of the recent indictments are explored by California attorney Robert Barnes writing Feb. 17 in the journal Law and Crime Does Mueller Indictment Mean Clinton Campaign Can Be […]

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

  • Cool Integral
    by David Appell on 17 februari 2018 at 20:49

    From KarlMagnus Petersson‏ on Twitter:In the same way, you can show (I think) thatwhich is also cool, but not as cool, since "3" is not as cool as "e."Note: 1/3 < 1/e. This makes sense, […]


  • 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 two-degree delusion?
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 16 februari 2018 at 17:21

    Ted Nordhaus, of Breakthrough Institute fame, has a recent article in Foreign Affairs called [t]he two-degree delusion. Basically, it argues that we cannot possibly achieve this target without […]

Water Techbyrie

  • The illusion of climate cycles
    by Robert I. Ellison on 9 december 2017 at 20:59

    “Using past variations of solar activity measured by cosmogenic isotope abundance changes, analogue forecasts for possible future solar output have been calculated. An 8% chance of a return to […]

Hockey Schtick

  • New Insights on the Physical Nature of the...
    by MS on 24 september 2017 at 21:34

    New Insights on the Physical Nature of the Atmospheric Greenhouse Effect Deduced from an Empirical Planetary Temperature Model Ned Nikolov* and Karl Zeller Ksubz LLC, 9401 Shoofly Lane, […]

Our Changing Climate

  • How blogs convey and distort scientific...
    by Bart Verheggen on 22 december 2017 at 11:06

    Our article on sea ice and polar bears proved to be a hot-button issue in the blogosphere. This was not entirely unexpected, of course. What is striking though, is that amidst all the criticism […]