Following a blunder at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Steve McIntyre, at the Climate Audit blog, has reminded James Hansen, from NASA, that its colder in Russia in October than in September, as Napoleon found out to his cost in 1812. … [Read more...] about Did Napoleon Use Hansen’s Temperature Data?
Archives for November 13, 2008
Hi folks, the Fine Timbers Tasmania inc. Chain of Custody has been officially launched earlier today. The website is up and running, and the roll-out of the program is beginning... Visit the website at www.chainofcustody.com.au cheers, … [Read more...] about Tasmanian Timbers
ON Tuesday, I suggested at this blog that I was not convinced by a story from Josh Willis, a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, explaining why and how he corrected data showing global ocean cooling. The title of my blog post suggested … [Read more...] about Apologies to Josh Willis: Correcting Global Cooling (Part 3)
WHILE searching the Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s website, looking for data on rainfall for Melbourne, it became apparent that this site only contained links to data in pdf format with rainfall averages for various and different periods. … [Read more...] about Thanks David Jones for Easier Access to Rainfall Data
Coal, the dirtiest source of fuel, will remain the world's main source of power until 2030 and nuclear will lose market share, the International Energy Agency said on Wednesday. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Likely Sources of Energy to 2030
California's blueprint to address global warming won't include details of an emissions-trading program as regulators try to build consensus on how best to organize the market-based system. Read more here. … [Read more...] about How to Cap and Trade