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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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These items caught my eye – 15 October 2013

With the passing away of the IPCC’s AR5, I decided to chuck the last (for the moment) shovelful onto the casket by way of a round-up of blog entries from around the Web. Some of these you may have seen already but I hope there is the odd snippet to spark your interest. How anyone … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 14 October 2013

1: Will their Failure to Properly Simulate Multidecadal Variations In Surface Temperatures Be the Downfall of the IPCC?; 2: “Wicked” Greenpeace casting a dark shadow over the world; 3: Snow, hail and rain make for dangerous conditions on state’s roads; 4:Washington Times: Climate due to water cycle not carbon dioxide; 5: climate fiction … there … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 18 September 2013

No apologies for a tighter focus in this edition. The Internet has been mostly in thrall to the publication of the IPCC’s upcoming AR5. Despite the warmists’ attempts to deny the walk-back on climate sensitivity, it’s very clear that the obvious pause/stall in global temperatures over the last decade or so is causing them (IPCC) … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 16 June 2013

1: We are running out of time, again; 2: Climate change is happening. Of course it is.; 3: The Continuing Collapse Of The Global Warming Hoax; 4: True cost of Britain’s wind farm industry revealed; 5: Watermelon Energy Policy – Green Renewables backed by Red Diesel; 6: Pachauri’s great expectations (July 2009) vs reality (June … Continue reading

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