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Menon et al Publish Latest Crystal Ball Forecast For Indian Monsoons, Claiming It Is A “Robust Indicator”

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Geophysical Research Letters has just published the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research’s crystal ball visions for the monsoons in India, PIK press release here. I’ve highlighted the language to emphasize the speculative nature of the study. Ups-and-downs of Indian monsoon rainfall likely to increase under warming Day-to-day rainfall in India might become […]

Principles Of Democracy - Good Advice For German Public Media, Leading Dailies, Activist Blogs

Principles Of Democracy – Good Advice For German Public Media, Leading Dailies, Activist Blogs

Share this…FacebookTwitterA reader, currently in Dallas, and was compelled to photograph the headquarters of the Dallas Morning News. He sent me the following photo, where I’ve highlighted part of the text which I think would be good advice for certain media outlets here in Germany when reporting on global warming, and anywhere for that matter. […]

Joe Bastardi To Rolling Stone: “By The Way, How Are Your Computer Forecasts Doing?”

Share this…FacebookTwitterJoe Bastardi has left a comment at Rolling Stone in response to their “10 Dumbest Statements Ever Made About Global Warming” commentary. Here it is: By the way, talking about deceit. THIS WAS A GLOBAL WARMING ISSUE. that is the game you chose. To then conveniently turn into Climate Change, which is redundant since […]

Warmist Scientists Amuse Themselves With Rolling Stone's "10 Dumbest Things Ever Said About Global Warming"

Warmist Scientists Amuse Themselves With Rolling Stone’s “10 Dumbest Things Ever Said About Global Warming”

Share this…FacebookTwitterUPDATE: Levermann has now officially blocked me as a Twitter follower Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research scientist Anders Levermann, a colleague of über-alarmists Stefan Rahmstorf and Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, gleefully tweeted an article from the sex, drugs, and rock n roll lifestyle authority, Rolling Stone: The 10 Dumbest Things Ever Said About Global Warming. […]

Massive UN Global Survey Of World's Priorities Puts Taking Action Against Climate Change Dead Last!

Massive UN Global Survey Of World’s Priorities Puts Taking Action Against Climate Change Dead Last!

Share this…FacebookTwitterIf anything shows that climate change is mainly the worry of rich western neurotics in search of a meaning in life, it’s the latest survey by the UN on what are the world’s most pressing problems. Surveyed so far are 625,000 people. Vote here:   Economics/statistics professor Bjorn Lomborg writes at FaceBook the […]

German Survey Produces Misleading View Of Skeptics…Designed To Skew Results/ Marginalize Climate Dissenters

Share this…FacebookTwitterSpiegel here reports on the results of a new recently published survey on how Germans view climate change. The cooked study (yes, I think the survey is very dubious) was conducted by Engels et al.  The dressed-up as science survey comes from the cabal of usual warmist suspects. According to Spiegel, based on a telephone survey […]

Reader Jeff Glassman Comments On Murry Salby And CO2 Climate Forcing

Share this…FacebookTwitterReader Jeff Glassman of left a comment about Murry Salby, which regrettably got held up in the spam filter. Because he devoted much time to writing it, I’ve upgraded his comment to a post. ============================================ On 4/18/2013, Ferdinand Engelbeen misunderstands Henry’s Law and its dominance over atmospheric CO2 to the exclusion of human emissions. […]

Germany’s Solar Industry “Ends In A Debacle”, Resulting In 21 Billion Euros Of Destroyed Capital

Share this…FacebookTwitterJust call it the Great Solar Energy Bubble! It has popped for good, and what’s left behind is a whopping 21 billion euros in destroyed capital, Germany’s flagship daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) writes today. One of the arguments used to convince people of the virtues of solar energy was that “the sun doesn’t […]

Hans von Storch: “Serious Problem” For Climate Research If Temperature Doesn’t Change In The Next 5 – 6 Years!

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe print edition of Spiegel today has an interview with Prof Hans von Storch, the outspoken leading climate scientist often aims criticism at both sides of the climate debate. Not that von Storch is sort of a provocateur, rather he only speaks his mind, which at times for some means a message they’d prefer not […]

Dice N’ Splice – Curve Designer Stefan Rahmstorf: “We Are Catapulting Ourselves Out Of The Holocene”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterAt the SciLogs website, Stefan Rahmstorf of the über-alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research presents Part III of his Mann-hockey-stick-resurrection series. Here he explains to his German readers how the temperature really developed over the Holocene and why the 20th century is “unique”. To do this, Rahmstorf uses the findings of the already […]

The Economist On Germany’s Energiewende: “Web Of Grotesque Distortions” … “Will Kill German Industry”

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Economist here has an excellent analysis of the German “Energiewende” which is the country’s bold transformation to (80%) renewable energy by 2050. Right now the Economist is not too impressed, and its report should serve as a warning to other countries contemplating a similar move. Hat tip Judith Curry (must read). Some quotes: “Germany’s […]

New Study Shows Antarctica Ice Is Melting 70% More Slowly Than Thought - Another Scare Bites The Dust

New Study Shows Antarctica Ice Is Melting 70% More Slowly Than Thought – Another Scare Bites The Dust

Share this…FacebookTwitterGeologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning’s and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt’s Die kalte Sonne website talks about the latest study on Antarctic ice. Remember that we keep hearing that the next IPCC report will be even scarier than the last one of 2007. ======================== Antarctic Ice Sheet Indeed Melting Slower Than Originally Thought By Fritz Vahrenholt and Sebastian […]

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