Category Archives: Global Climate

Settled? Not So Much


Daily Star (UK) During winter, entire major cities – such as London, Paris and New York – would be subjected to sub-zero temperatures, ice and snow for months. Um, actually that’s what we used to expect every year in Syracuse, … Continue reading

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside


It will be 46 degrees today in Raleigh.  Tomorrow, it will top out at about 36.  My Global Climate Change™ experts say that computer models based upon that trend show that the temperatures at my house will be below zero … Continue reading

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The Science Isn’t So ‘Settled’


And neither is the ice on Greenland: Evidence buried in Greenland’s bedrock shows the island’s massive ice sheet melted nearly completely at least once in the last 2.6 million years. This suggests that Greenland’s ice may be less stable than … Continue reading

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If the ‘Science is Settled,’ Why are There So Many Questions?


I read a fascinating article in Nature.com on the influence of the Southern Ocean on climate.  I’m not a scientist, so I can’t examine the truth of the article, but I do know words. Certain words and phrases in the … Continue reading

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But We Knew This


The left has done more damage to the social and so-called pure sciences than the right.  While the right may believe in things like creationism and reject climate change, those ideas do not hurt scientific research.  So says John Tierney … Continue reading

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It is Almost as if the Climate is Complex


And by complex, I mean complex enough that you can’t do much by cutting off greenhouse gasses.  If you could, which you can’t. Scroll down past the map of the Great Ice Age, which happened two million years ago. From … Continue reading

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“Science is hard…” claims blogger.


Source (or the blog where I found it.) Related: The accelerated melting of the lower Greenland ice sheet in recent years is reportedly due in large part to the increasing abundance of cryoconite granules and pigmented algae. However, how many … Continue reading

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