North Atlantic Heat Content Plunges… Meteorologist Warns Of “Serious Implications” On US Climate, Sea Ice!
By P Gosselin on 1. May 2016
Paul Dorian of the excellent weather science site Vencore Weather here brings us up to date on the latest on one of the most powerful natural cycles driving our North Atlantic climate: North Atlantic sea surface temperature (SST) cycles. Here I’ll sum up the main points. Of course do read the entire post at Vencore for all […]
By P Gosselin on 17. April 2016
Schneefan (snow fan) at German climate science critical site wobleibtdieerderwaemung.de here presents the latest analysis of the current ENSO, which shows a powerful La Niña in the works. Three-Year Super La Niña with Global Cooling? – April 2016 ENSO Update Based on an array of data, Schneefan tells readers to expect a La Niña already early […]
Global Sea Surface Temperatures Have Fallen Sharply …”Cooled Surprisingly” …Negative Global Temperature Anomaly By End Of 2016?
By P Gosselin on 6. April 2016
Snowfan at wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here recently reported on solar activity and ocean cycles. Today we will focus on the ocean cycle part of his post. ==================================== The oceans (SST) have cooled surprisingly over January to February 2016. While during other El Niño events like in 2015/16 led to a time-delayed warming of the Earth’s atmosphere – […]
Huge NOAA Correction! 2016 Likely Will Not Even Be Close To Setting New Temperature Record As La Niña Kicks In
By P Gosselin on 2. April 2016
NOAA/CFSv2 strongly corrects ENSO forecast Schneefan at German climate science site wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de writes here that the NOAA’s ENSO model CFSv2 saw considerable deficiency with its recent forecasting, which not long ago foresaw ongoing global warming El Niño conditions for 2016. What follows is the BOM Climate Model Summary from 16 March 2016 with the NOAA/CFSv2 […]
By P Gosselin on 31. March 2016
Guest author and analyzer of climate science literature Kenneth Richard presents an essay on sea level rise and James Hansen’s latest alarmist paper. Mt. Herschel Antarctica. Photo by Andrew Mandemaker, CC BY-SA 2.5 Only science deniers don’t believe in catastrophe By Kenneth Richard Now that the latest James Hansen catastrophic sea level rise paper (Hansen […]
By P Gosselin on 15. March 2016
What follows is the second part of today’s post appearing at German climate science critical site: Die kalte Sonne. ===================================== Temperature records falling By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The global February temperature reported by GISS is 1.35°C above the 1951-1980 mean. That’s an impressive record and is 0.8°C (!) warmer than […]
Claimed 3.2 Millimeters Per Year Sea Level Rise Seriously Challenged By Recently Published Scientific Papers!
By P Gosselin on 15. March 2016
Challenged: 3.2 mm/year sea level rise since 1993 By guest author Kenneth Richard Source data studies indicate recent only 0.8 – 1.6 mm/year sea level rise. According to the IPCC (2013), sea levels rose at a rate of 1.7 mm/year (6.7 inches per century) for the 1901 to 2010 period, but 3.2 mm/year (12.6 inches per century) […]
By P Gosselin on 6. March 2016
Yesterday I posted on how weather models have been forecasting a bitter cold mid March for much of Europe. This has now been confirmed by Joe Bastardi at his latest Saturday Summary here beginning at about 3 minutes into the report. Not only does the GFS show bitter cold for mid March taking hold across […]
By P Gosselin on 26. February 2016
No warming in Andes Mountains since 1950 By Dr.Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German translated by P Gosselin) The unpopular hiatus just keeps coming up. But climate activists are remaining defiant and continue to deny it exists. They continue to claim that temperature is rising. Yet, the scientific community has long since accepted the pause and […]
Solar Report January 2016 …Current Solar Cycle Quietest In Almost 200 Years As “Triple Whammy” Approaches!
By P Gosselin on 10. February 2016
The Sun in January 2016! By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The largest mass of our solar system (99.8% of the total mass) was also rather quiet in January. The determined solar sunspot number (SSN) was 56.6, which is 71% of the mean this far into the period, calculated using […]
By P Gosselin on 29. January 2016
By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) Photo: Vahrenholt/Lüning; Source: DkS The GISS-Institute of NASA is playing a shady role in the climate debate. For years it was directed by creedal climate activist James Hansen, and has since squandered much credibility. Now his years-long colleague Gavin Schmidt is at the […]
Tremendous Cooling Of Northern Hemisphere Sea Surface Temperatures …Sharp Spell Of Global Cooling Ahead?
By P Gosselin on 30. December 2015
Over the past months we’ve witnessed a powerful El Niño, a Pacific oceanic phase that brings warm sea surface temperatures along the equatorial Pacific. This El Niño has made 2015 global temperatures among the highest on the satellite record. But not only has the equatorial surface Pacific been warm, so has a vast part of […]
By P Gosselin on 21. December 2015
The following is the English version of a post appearing at the German “wobleibtdieglobaleerwaermung?” (Where’s the global warming). The El current El Niño is in a tailspin. ================================== Global temperatures plummet in just a single week – NH one degree colder By Schneefan After the global temperature anomaly reached a peak in early December, 2015, […]
By P Gosselin on 12. November 2015
Schneefan (snow fan) looks at the global temperature here. ================================ After a globally warm October 2015 the unfalsified satellite data from UAH and RSS show that mid tropospheric temperature dropped significantly in the first 10 days of November: -0.5°K. After reaching high levels in October the daily recorded global mean temperature at 7500 m for […]
By P Gosselin on 10. November 2015
I’m short on time today, and so I’m reposting the latest on current El Nino – by German skeptic site wobleibtdieerderwaermung here. ====================================== For the first time in over two months the Southern Oscillation Index SOI rose 4.6 points and thus points to a possible normalization of the atmospheric pressure relationship and thus an eastward […]
By P Gosselin on 23. October 2015
There’s been a lot of talk in the Internet about this year’s coming winter with some sites warning it could be the coldest in 50 years, or extremely too warm. Predictions, predictably, have been all across the board. Last week German weather site donnerwetter.de here jumped into the fray and presented its 2015/16 winter outlook for […]
Sea Level Analyst: “Not Possible To Torture Coastal Tide-Gauge Data Into Yielding A Sea-Level Rise Anywhere Near 3.3 mm/yr”!
By P Gosselin on 3. September 2015
Sticky post Claims that sea level rise is 3.3 mm/year are looking increasingly like a grand hoax. David A. Burton runs the sea level rise resource site sealevel.info posts an analysis showing sea level rise is only half of what it is claimed to be. ============================ Sea Level Rise Only Matters At The Coasts By […]
Sea Level Rise Alarm Turned Off? NOAA: “Absolute Global Sea Level Rise Is Believed To Be 1.7 – 1.8 Millimeters/Year”!
By P Gosselin on 30. August 2015
A short but extremely interesting post today. Hat-tip: reader Stuart. It appears the NOAA also agrees that sea level rise is not happening any where near as fast as many among us would like to think it is. At its site here, it writes the following n(my emphasis): The graphs compare the 95% confidence intervals of […]
New Study On 20th Century Sea Level Rise Signals That IPCC 21st Century Projections May Be Grotesquely Overblown
By P Gosselin on 19. August 2015
Germany’s University of Siegen issued a press release on a recent study conducted by climate scientists. It turns out that natural oceanic cycles indeed do play a far greater role on sea level fluctuations than first believed. Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne. Therefore, because the factors were not correctly considered in the past, we can immediately […]
By P Gosselin on 17. August 2015
Phytoplankton coping better than expected with ocean acidification By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof: Fritz Vahrenholt [Translated, edited by P Gosselin] Five years ago Greenpeace painted climate doom and gloom on the wall. Supposedly ocean acidification was posing a threat to the phytoplankton and thuswas a danger to the food supply for all sea life. In […]