Younger Dryas Ocean Warming Fails Its MOT On GHG Radiative Theory

  There’s a fascinating study which has just been released on a novel method of estimating global mean ocean temperature (MOT) during the last glacial transition. Here is the abstract: Little is known about the ocean temperature’s long-term response to climate perturbations owing to limited observations and a lack of robust reconstructions. Although most of … Continue reading

World Weather Attribution: Trump Was Right – America Could Have Done With Some Good Old Global Warming.

    The first responder team at World Weather Attribution have declared that the exceptionally cold winter thus far in the eastern US and and Canada is . . . . . “exceptional in the current climate”. Like, wow. Before we get into the in-depth analysis which has prompted this altogether startling and unexpected conclusion, … Continue reading

Global Cooling Not Worth Shivering About But Is A Broken Ice Age Cycle Worth Sweating About?

Global Cooling Not Worth Shivering About But Is A Broken Ice Age Cycle Worth Sweating About?

    Matt Ridley thinks global cooling – any cooling – is “not worth shivering about“. I agree and disagree. Matt says: Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University has suggested that a quiescent sun presages another Little Ice Age like that of 1300-1850. I’m not persuaded. Actually, Zharkova thinks some cooling similar to that which occurred … Continue reading

Move On Over Mr Polar Bear, Corals are Now The New Poster Child of Global Warming Alarmism

    The day has come. Scientists are heartbroken. Corals are as good as dead. RIP beautiful coral reefs. (sniff, sniff, *reaches for Kleenex*) For decades, marine scientists have been warning us this day would come. A new study out this week amounts to a “death warrant for coral reefs as we know them.”https://t.co/2vv30JsK4J — … Continue reading

The North Atlantic Drives Shifts in Global Climate

The North Atlantic Drives Shifts in Global Climate

  The GWPF has a fascinating paper published recently which is attracting much attention. The author: Anastasios Tsonis is distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is also an adjunct research scientist with the Hydrologic Research Center in San Diego. It starts off talking about ENSO (El Nino/La Nina/Southern Oscillation) and … Continue reading