Brilliant! When faced with enemy graphs, remember that if extent is dropping then clearly we are looking at the wrong metric. Perhaps we should look at volume instead, unless that is dropping too, in which case we should look at area. If all that fails take a look at extent again because it might have … Continue reading DenialDepot: Arctic Ice Continues it’s Recovery
"I don't think that anyone disagrees with the fact that we actually are in a cold period that started about nine years ago." Um...okay. I guess that's true if your definition of "anyone" excludes every single scientific agency that concerns itself with climate indicators and those of us who actually look at them. A good … Continue reading Inhofe’s alternate reality
From Climate Crock creator Greenman: R.I.P.
Courtesy of commenter "Cornelius Breadbasket" at John Cook's Skeptical Science: 100 climate deniers go into a bar. Spencer goes up to the landlord and asks "do you sell pure alcohol?" "No mate, just the usual wines, beers and spirits" he replies. "Right lads, next pub" says Spencer. The landlord is stunned. "What's wrong?" he asks. … Continue reading 100 climate deniers go into a bar
Geoengineering is getting more and more attention in political discussions as well as research. I am by no means a proponent of any geoengineering scheme I have heard of and the majority of them try to address surface temperature only and therefore do nothing about "the other CO2 problem", aka ocean acidification. I must confess … Continue reading Regional climate response to solar-radiation management
So, I do attract the occasional nutter email, and they meet the trash can pretty quickly, but this fellow put so much verbal affort at this one sent to my Facebook account I thought I should share the laugh. Check it out below: Sat with numerous scientists in earth and climate science and laughed our … Continue reading Uv got mayel!
Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup skip to bottom Another week of Climate Instability News Information overload is pattern recognitionJuly 18, 2010 Chuckles, COP16+, UN CFG, Nepal, MEF, Long Term … Continue reading Another week of GW News, July 18, 2010