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According to his website Stephen Goddard (a pseudoname) has the perfect qualifications to comment on climate & energy: “I have a Bachelor of Science in Geology and a Masters In Electrical Engineering”.

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Real Science: SCIENCE : 75% DNA Match

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Real Science: Elizabeth Warren – The Gift Which Keeps On Giving

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Real Science: Celebrating Sixty Years Of Ice-Free Arctic

The Changing Face of the Arctic; The Changing Face of the Arctic – The New York Times

2018-10-16 19:58   Click to comment

Real Science: SCIENCE : Understanding The Jet Stream

Ninety seven percent of climate scientists agree that a wavy jet stream is caused by global warming and disappearing Arctic ice. CO2 is changing the jet stream in ways that will create more Harveys – ThinkProgress This is not to …

2018-10-16 14:12   Click to comment

Real Science: New York’s First Cherokee Senator

2018-10-16 13:50   Click to comment

Real Science: Texas Breaking Last Years’ Record Cold

Balmorhea, Texas is forecast to reach 46 degrees tomorrow, breaking last year’s record cold maximum temperature by nine degrees Texas climate experts announced in 2011 that Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of the century, and they …

2018-10-16 02:15   Click to comment

Real Science: Science : Record Cold And Snow Caused By Warm Air

Steve Goddard on Twitter

2018-10-15 19:48   Click to comment

Real Science: Arec Boardwin

Alec Baldwin: We need to overthrow the government | New Hampshire Trey Parker and Matt Stone got this exactly right more than 15 years ago.

2018-10-15 13:32   Click to comment

Real Science: Unprecedented Cold In The Western US

Both the maximum and minimum temperature at Fort Collins, Colorado obliterated the previous record for the date. Yesterday was the first October 14 in Fort Collins which didn’t get above freezing. Average temperature for the date is 65 degrees. Los …

2018-10-15 12:47   Click to comment

Real Science: Peaceful, Easy Feeling

My favorite song at ASU in 1974 was the Eagles Peaceful, Easy Feeling. We used to have all-night parties out in the desert by the Salt River east of Phoenix. The Totos and I climbed up a mountain tonight, and got some …

2018-10-15 05:11   Click to comment

Real Science: Assaulting Women

If it were up to male voters, the Democratic Party would have been gone decades ago. I know a lot of women in Colorado who are convinced the world is falling apart and faces imminent doom. When I ask them …

2018-10-15 04:34   Click to comment

Real Science: Interesting Analysis Of Michael

The title of this video is over the top – as are some of her assertions, but she details a lot of the things I have been saying for years about exaggerated wind speeds.

2018-10-15 00:45   Click to comment

Real Science: Florida Hurricanes

Over the past 150 years, the number of Florida hurricane strikes has plummeted. Spreadsheet Data

2018-10-14 16:36   Click to comment

Real Science: NOAA Data Tampering Update

Latest data from the United States Historical Climatology Network, showing how the US warming trend is created by altering the data in a spectacular hockey stick. Spreadsheet Data The total adjustment is now well over 1.5 degrees. Almost half …

2018-10-14 12:56   Click to comment

Real Science: Science 1934 : Polar Ice Dissolving – Sea Level To Rise 40 Feet

“WORLD HEATING UP.” “ICE DISSOLVING AT POLES.” “SEA WILL RISE 40 FEET.” One day the great Polar icecaps may melt—raising the level of the oceans from 40 to 50 feet, and wiping half of England from the map. British Meteorological …

2018-10-14 11:16   Click to comment

Real Science: Fourth Wettest Month On Record In Phoenix

NWS Phoenix on Twitter: “As of 6:52 PM with 2.19 in. of rain so far today” We are now more than seven years into the permanent drought declared by President Clinton’s science adviser. Dust Storm Marks Beginning of Southwest’s “Permanent …

2018-10-14 02:04   Click to comment

Real Science: More Desert Pictures

You can think of this as your free subscription to Arizona Highways magazine.

2018-10-14 01:24   Click to comment

Real Science: Wettest October On Record In Phoenix

(8) NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) | Twitter Phoenix has had more than 50% of average annual rainfall – just in the last 13 days. I had this conversation with a solid conservative Republican a few months ago. Propaganda works!

2018-10-13 21:17   Click to comment

Real Science: The Arizona Basket Of Deplorables

Last weekend I went to hear Martha McSally speak. She was the first US woman fighter pilot, and is the Republican candidate to take over Jeff Flake’s senate seat. She is a tiny woman, but very impressive and overflowing with …

2018-10-13 18:35   Click to comment

Real Science: Rain Man

I brought record cold to Washington DC in January, record snow and cold to Philadelphia in February and March, and am now bringing record autumn rain to Phoenix. But before the rain started this morning, we got a nice hike …

2018-10-13 17:51   Click to comment

Real Science: Understanding Democrats And The Press

The seemingly irrational and continuously dishonest behavior of Democrats and the press may seem confusing, but is really quite easy to understand. No matter how hard they tried lied, they simply couldn’t keep control of the swamp. Presidential poll: Hillary …

2018-10-13 14:50   Click to comment

Real Science: Plummeting October 13th Temperatures In The US

October 13 used to be a warm day in the US, but over the past 80 years, October 13 afternoon temperatures have dropped sharply. On this date in 1940, Danville, Illinois was 98 degrees. Yesterday’s maximum at Danville was 41 …

2018-10-13 14:43   Click to comment

Real Science: CO2 – The Most Powerful Substance In The Universe

Last week, climate scientists blamed slow moving, rapidly weakening storms like Florence on global warming. Hurricane Florence is a climate change triple threat | Michael Mann | Opinion | The Guardian This week, they blame fast moving, rapidly intensifying storms …

2018-10-13 14:04   Click to comment

Real Science: 1926 Miami Hurricane Blamed On Sunspots

Miami was wiped out by a category four hurricane in 1926, which killed hundreds of people and was blamed by scientists on sunspots. That was before scientists were paid to blame hurricanes on CO2. 20 Sep 1926, 14 – Evening …

2018-10-13 13:13   Click to comment

Real Science: NSIDC Cheating – Yet Again

In their ongoing efforts to misinform the public about the non-demise of Arctic sea ice, NSIDC “forgot” to advance the age of the ice in week 37 last year – until they got called out on it. NSIDC News on …

2018-10-13 10:14   Click to comment

Real Science: Washed Away By The Storm Surge

The wood framed six-plex at 113 South 39th St. in Mexico Beach, Florida was washed away by the storm surge, while the newer neighboring houses on stilts suffered minimal damage to their second and third stories.

2018-10-13 03:51   Click to comment

Real Science: Cyclone Tracy

On Christmas Day, 1974 – at the peak of the ice age scare – winds from category 4 Cyclone Tracy destroyed 90% of the homes in Darwin, Australia.

2018-10-13 03:09   Click to comment

Real Science: Gentler Times In The Florida Panhandle

During October, 1894, the Florida Panhandle was hit by a hurricane strong enough to destroy miles of train track. 12 Oct 1894, Page 7 – New-York Tribune at Newspapers.com Less than eight weeks later. Florida was hit by a calamitous …

2018-10-12 13:52   Click to comment

Real Science: Not A Category 4 Hurricane

The aftermath of a category four hurricane has “most trees snapped.” Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale Very few trees were snapped by Hurricane Michael, and most of the damage was done by water from the storm surge, not the wind. Structures …

2018-10-12 13:39   Click to comment

Real Science: Two Years Of Joy

Looking forward to the rerun in four weeks.

2018-10-12 06:55   Click to comment


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