Bad News For Anthropocene Fans – It’s All Over Because The Holocene Officially Isn’t (Over)

Bad News For Anthropocene Fans – It’s All Over Because The Holocene Officially Isn’t (Over)

    The climate change convinced dared to dream a dream: that human beings, single-handedly, uniquely, in the 4.2 billion year geological history of planet Earth, had, some time within the last few hundred years, initiated a new geological epoch they dubbed the Anthropocene. They have lovingly nurtured their dream for nearly two decades now, … Continue reading

Climate Sexism Works Both Ways

In Twitterland, you get to see Human Nature, red in both tooth and varnished fingernail. So I thought I would post this brief, timely reminder that naked sexism, as manifest in the Naked Ape, is still alive and well – and it cuts both ways. Firstly, a familiar figure – Sarah Myhre, meteorologist Cliff Mass’s … Continue reading

Met Office and the BBC Spin May 2018 as ‘Hottest Since Records Began’

  The Met Office tweeted this yesterday: Spring started very cold ❄️but ended with provisionally one of the warmest and sunniest May's on record ☀️🌡️ Our latest seasonal summary has all the high's and low's of Spring 2018 – https://t.co/2U0tLTZU64 — Met Office (@metoffice) June 1, 2018 The BBC quickly jumped on the warmist good … Continue reading

Carl Mears Paper Confirms Increasing Trend in Atmospheric Water Vapour

  Carl Mears, who runs the RSS global satellite temperature dataset, has a new paper out, studying trends is atmospheric water vapour from 1988-2017. The data reveals a significant increasing trend in Total Precipitable Water (ocean only) of 1.49% per decade, which he states is confirmation of the effects of anthropogenic global warming. Water vapor … Continue reading