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Arctic melt

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As seen on Twitter w/e 27 Jan 2017

New paper pegs CO2 doubling sensitivity at 0.6C, in line with actual temp increase which may be from other factors. https://t.co/5R8J862WNp In other words it doesn’t matter, time to move along and do something useful. — Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) January 19, 2018 _______________________________________________________ The climate fraudsters at @NOAA turn very cold regions to warm, and areas … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 15 May 2015

1: NASA “US has not seen landfall of any hurricane of Category 3 or higher for nine years”; 2: April 2015 Global Surface (Land+Ocean) and Lower Troposphere Temperature Anomaly & Model-Data Difference Update; 3: Tackling human biases in science; 4: #BiasedBBC : Bought to Booker, but not to Book; 5: Raining, AGAIN, in San Jose, … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 31 October 2014

1: The constancy of change and the new catastrophism: a personal reflection on crisis-driven science; 2: Expert Blasts Alfred Wegener Institute Ocean Acidification Claim: “Clear Falsification Of Scientific Facts” ; 3: My WSJ op-ed: Global warming statistical meltdown; 4: Natural selection helps polar bears adapt to sea ice variability – which means some bears die; … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 9 June 2014

1: Energy efficiency is not the same as energy saving; 2: Giant Of Geology/Glaciology Christian Schlüchter Refutes CO2; 3: World Council for Nature — 1,600 Miscarriages at Fur Farm next to Wind Turbines; 4: Wildfires Were Much Worse In Past; 5: Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation & Arctic Temperatures; 6: Tracking polar bears in the Beaufort Sea … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 17 November 2013

1: Human-polar bear conflicts: Stirling 1974 vs. Amstrup 2013; 2: COP19 – Now The Fifth Successive UNFCCC Failure Is Complete; 3: Three Super Typhoons Hit Philippines In Quick Succession In 1970; 4:Code Blue in the Greenhouse; 5: From sunset to new dawn; 6: Internal Variability May Have Driven Arctic Climate Change; 7: Sea level rise … Continue reading

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