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These items caught my eye – 2 February 2017

____________________________ Clouds now appear to be the Climate “Hard stop” If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you will have heard me refer to the climate “Hard stop”. See e.g. “Can variations in lapse rate & cloud cover explain ice-age temperature changes and the inter-glacial “hard stop”?” To explain this very simply, each time … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 17 March 2015

1: Fossil Fuels Will Save the World (Really); 2: Science Lessons for Secretary of State John F. Kerry; 3: IPCC chief wannabe van Ypersele’s communication record; 4: No evidence of actual damage to polar bear brains from environmental contaminants; 5: Temperature Adjustments At USCRN1 Stations; 6: In prime time: “The consensus of the scientists is … 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 – 10 August 2014

1: The diminishing influence of increasing Carbon Dioxide on temperature; 2: Opposing wind generators is not anti-green; 3: California Wildfires Not Unusual; 4: Avoiding blackouts just by replacing reliable power sources with intermittent ones; 5: The great diesel scandal; 6: Swedish Environmental Party makes a fool of itself (again); 7: Engagement vs communication vs PR … 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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