Wally Broecker Dies Aged 87 – Warmists Immediately Claim Him As An Icon of Global Warming Theory
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Wally Broecker Dies Aged 87 – Warmists Immediately Claim Him As An Icon of Global Warming Theory

    Wallace Broecker has died at the age of 87, on February 18th, 2019, in New York. He leaves behind a large body of pioneering scientific research into the climate and the oceans. Perhaps his most significant contribution was to introduce the idea of the global ocean thermohaline conveyor belt and the concept of … Continue reading

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Historical Perspectives on Climate – The Super El Nino of 1876-78

  In March 2016, a climate emergency was declared by Stefan Rahmstorf. Gavin Schmidt also tweeted: Normally I don't comment on individual months (too much weather, not enough climate), but last month was special.https://t.co/nALWMlNDcP — Gavin Schmidt (@ClimateOfGavin) March 12, 2016 The ’emergency’ related to the NASA GISS Feb temperature anomaly of 1.35C above 1951-80 … Continue reading

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The Pause Deniers Are Back – More Than 200 Peer Reviewed Studies Are Wrong

  That’s basically how Roger Pielke Jr. describes the latest effort to erase the Pause, or Hiatus, or Slowdown. New study claims that more than 200 peer-reviewed climate science papers are fatally flawed & the result of “political pressure from climate contrarians” https://t.co/UqU5r1Hq9X — Roger Pielke Jr. (@RogerPielkeJr) December 19, 2018 The New Left Wing … Continue reading

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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