@Real Science: Latest Pictures From The Ice-​Free Arctic

Almost the entire Arctic was covered by clouds yesterday (incl­uding Green­land) but I found a few breaks in the clouds over Canada and the Hudson Bay.

2017-12-10 09:33

@Real Science: The 97% Consensus Of Brainless Forecasts By Climate Scientists

Alex Hill, the chief gover­nment adviser with the Met Office, told The Scotsman there was no future for skiing in Scotland because climate change would see winters become too warm for regular snowfall. The Scotsman  February 10, 2009 Ten years …

2017-12-10 09:16

@Watts Up With That?: Starving polar bears are the fake news face of climate change

By Larry Kummer. From the Fabius Maximus website. Summary: Climate activists have made polar bears “the face of climate change.” This week we see how they have done so: with fake news. That they do so instead of relying on science tells us much about them — and why they have achieved so few policy…

Today: 08:30

@Tallbloke's Talkshop: Heavy snow causes travel mayhem in northern Europe

A shock to the system for many Europeans after years of being told that the world is supposed to be warming at an alarming rate, so they must pay billions for decades to try and buy a ‘better’ climate. The heaviest snowfall in four years in Britain caused travel mayhem Sunday, while more than 300

Today: 10:18

@Google: Activists leave huge 'crack' in floor of British Museum to protest climate change Metro

Metro Activists leave huge'crack' in floor of British Museum to protest climate change Metro Activists have left a massive'crack' in the white marble floor of the British Museum to protest climate change and the museum's BP sponso­rship. The'c­racks' weren't real, however – they were made of paper. Theat­rical prote­sters staged a flash mob in ...

2017-12-09 17:32

@Paul Homewood: NOAA Still Falsi­fying Icelandic Climate History

By Paul Homewood   You would be forgiven for thinking that the Iceland Met Office are probably the best people for underst­anding the history of their own climate. In 2008, their leading climato­logist, Trausti Jonsson, wrote this article:  http://en­.vedur.is/­climatolog­y/articles­/nr/1213     Temper­ature in Stykkis­hólmur Stykkis­hólmur is a village in western Iceland. The temper­ature (figure 1)…

2017-12-09 14:42

@No Tricks Zone: Trump: Paris Climate Accord “One Of The Great Catastr­ophes” …But Leaves Door Open For New Deal

President Donald Trump once again rejected “global govern­ance” and rigid multi-​nation trade deals before a packed and highly enthusias­tic rally in Pensa­cola, Florida, yeste­rday. Donald Trump leaves door wide open to a fair climate deal. Photo credit: Shealah Craig­head, public domain photo. The US President re-​empha­sized the impor­tance of American national sovere­ignty and indepe­ndence from…

2017-12-09 11:49

@Skeptical Science: 2017 SkS Weekly Climate Change Global Warming News Roundup #49

A chronol­ogical listing of news articles posted on the Skeptical Science Facebook page during the past week. Editor's Pick

Climate Science On Trial Again

OUR CHILDRENS TRUST On Monday, before a panel of three federal judges, a group of young Americans will argue that they should be able to take the gover­nment to trial next February for failing to take adequate action against global climate…

2017-12-09 20:08

@Watts Up With That?: Do humans harm the enviro­nment?

By Andy May This is the first of seven posts on the potential costs and hazards of human-​caused global warming and the impact of humans on the enviro­nment in general. The IPCC WGII AR5 Technical Summary, defines “hazards” on page 39: “The potential occur­rence of a natural or human-​induced physical event or trend or physical…

2017-12-09 16:30

@The Next Grand Minimum: Histor­ically Quiet Sun Headed Towards Next Solar Minimum

by Meteoro­logist Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc. Overview Solar cycle 24 has turned out to be histor­ically weak with the lowest number of sunspots since cycle 14 peaked more than a century ago in 1906 and by some measures, it is the third weakest since regular observ­ations began around 1755. This histor­ically weak solar cycle continues …

2017-12-09 21:15

@Paul Homewood: Latest Image Of “Starving Polar Bear”

By Paul Homewood     It looks like this is going to be the next iconic image to sell the global warming scam:   A group of filmm­akers have shared images of the gut-​wrenching moment they stumbled across a starving polar bear clinging to life in the wild as it scavenged for food. Photog­rapher Paul

2017-12-09 22:22

@Tallbloke's Talkshop: Histor­ically Quiet Sun Headed Towards Next Solar Minimum

Origi­nally posted on The Next Grand Minimum : by Meteoro­logist Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc. Overview Solar cycle 24 has turned out to be histor­ically weak with the lowest number of sunspots since cycle 14 peaked more than a century ago in 1906 and by some measures, it is the third weakest since regular observ­ations began around…

2017-12-10 09:17

@Paul Homewood: Scien­tific peer review: an ineffe­ctive and unworthy instit­ution

By Paul Homewood   h/t stewgreen   The Times Higher Education Supple­ment’s blog carries a damning indic­tment of peer review, which has very real relevance to the climate change debate:   Given the entirely approp­riate degree of respect that science has for data, the ongoing discu­ssion of peer review is often surpri­singly data-​free and underlain

2017-12-10 12:02

@Real Science: New Video : Climate Alarm – Driven By Superst­ition, Not Science

2017-12-10 16:06

@Paul Homewood: David Viner’s Thing Of The Past Comes Back To Haunt Him (Again!)

By Paul Homewood   David Viner – March 2000 “Within a few years winter snowfall will become"a very rare and exciting event"”. “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,"   Titley, Herefor­dshire – Dec 2017 http://www­.dailymail­.co.uk/new­s/article-​516415­7/Snow-​falls-​UK-​close-​roads-​ground-​flight­s.html       Leadh­ills, South Lanark­shire – Jan 2017…

2017-12-10 20:33

@Google: Countries face the cost of climate change in Paris eNCA

eNCA Countries face the cost of climate change in Paris eNCA Held two years after the Paris climate agreement and six months after Trump pulled out of the historic accord the talks will go ahead without a senior represe­ntative of the US administ­ration. But many American state and local officials and ... World Bank president pushes Obama climate goals Washi­ngton Examiner Mobil­ising finances to…

2017-12-10 10:11

@Google: The Dirty Secret of the World's Plan to Avert Climate Disaster WIRED

WIRED The Dirty Secret of the World's Plan to Avert Climate Disaster WIRED In 2014 Henrik Karlsson, a Swedish entrep­reneur whose startup was failing, was lying in bed with a bankr­uptcy notice when the BBC called. The reporter had a scoop: On the eve of releasing a major report, the United Nation's climate change panel ... and more »

2017-12-10 12:00

@Google: Climate victims seek justice, on the street and in the courtroom Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily News Climate victims seek justice, on the street and in the courtroom Hurriyet Daily News People around the world beset by the impacts of global warming like droughts, heat waves and storm surges are calling for “ climate justice,” and many are pleading their cases in court. People around the world beset by the impacts of global warming like ... and more »

2017-12-10 11:39

@Watts Up With That?: Malthus Redux

Guest Post by Willis Esche­nbach I see that there’s another neo-​Malth­usian trying to convince us that global starv­ation and food riots are just around the corner. This time it’s David Archibald right here on WUWT. Anthony had posted a graph showing gains in various human indica­tors, viz: But David disag­rees, showing various looks at wheat…

Today: 00:40

@Real Science: This Week’s Top Climate Fake News

This week featured some specta­cular examples of junk science and outright fraud from the colle­ction of crooks known as gover­nment funded climate scient­ists. From MIT and the National Academy of Sciences : The bigger danger here is that global warming …

Today: 06:26

@Google: Why did climate scien­tists emit 30000 tonnes of C02 this weekend? The Guardian

The Guardian Why did climate scien­tists emit 30000 tonnes of C02 this weekend? The Guardian Few people know how harmful it is to fly in planes, including scient­ists. In 2010, I sat down and estimated my climate emiss­ions. It turns out that, hour for hour, there's no better way to warm the planet than to fly. I'd flown 50,000 miles during the ...

Today: 08:00

@Google: How a Wayward Arctic Current Could Cool the Climate in Europe Yale Enviro­nment 360

Yale Enviro­nment 360 How a Wayward Arctic Current Could Cool the Climate in Europe Yale Enviro­nment 360 For mille­nnia, the Beaufort Gyre — a massive wind-​driven current in the Arctic Ocean — has been regul­ating climate and sea ice formation at the top of the world. Like a giant spinning top, the gyre corrals vast amounts of sea ice. Trapped in this ... and more »

Today: 11:03

@Google: Ambitious Climate Suit Pitting Teens Against Trump Faces Test Bloomberg

Bloomberg Ambitious Climate Suit Pitting Teens Against Trump Faces Test Bloomberg The current adminis­tration has taken a different approach, stating its intention to withdraw from the Paris accord, among other regre­ssive climate postures. The suit threatens Donald Trump's “America First” ambitions of re-​establ­ishing the coal ... and more »

Today: 11:00


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