CLIMATE modelers seem puzzled that small fluctuations in total solar irradiance (TSI) appear to have large influence on the climate. They feel it necessary to take recourse to complicated mechanisms. For example, Gerald Meehl of the … [Read more...] about Sunspots Just Part of The Story: Fred Singer
Archives for August 2009
BIG things are happening Sun-wise. The longer Solar Cycle 24 is delayed, the weaker should it be. Thus, it is more likely day by day – while Cycle 24 remains in deferral – that we are entering the next Little Ice Age cold period (Landscheidt … [Read more...] about Global Cooling has Begun: Bob Foster
A PERSISTENT complaint from victims of the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria was that they had “received no warning”. Over and again we heard statements like this: “There was no fire anywhere, but the next thing, we had fire all around us. There … [Read more...] about Warnings about Bushfire Warnings: A Note from Roger Underwood
GREEN tree ants, Oecophylla smaragdina, don’t leave their dead lying around. … [Read more...] about Where Do Dead Ants Go?
SCIENTISTS at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center (CPC) appear to have made a blunder with a data adjustment and splice resulting in sea surface temperatures being warmer than they would otherwise be … [Read more...] about SPENCER WRONG
NOAA Blunder Explains Claims of Warming Oceans?
"For solar shoppers these days, the price is right. Panel prices have fallen about 40 percent since the middle of last year." Read more from The New York Times here. … [Read more...] about Big Drop in Price of Solar Panels