by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye these past weeks We find that ocean warming and ice shelf melting respond to long-term changes in the atmosphere – specifically the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds. [link] The magic and mystery of turbulence [link] Interpreting extreme climate impacts from large ensemble simulations – are they…Week in review – climate edition — Climate Etc.
A portion of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation [image credit: R. Curry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution @ Wikipedia] Another supposed climate tipping point, popular with the alarm-loving media, floats away? A feature that’s “built into many models” was found not to work as advertised. – – – Most simulations of our climate’s future may be […]Melting ice caps may not shut down ocean current, say researchers — Tallbloke’s Talkshop
Getty Images James Macpherson reports on the latest deadline in his Australian Spectator article The IPCC say the world is ending! (Again?) .H/T John Ray. Excerpts in italics with my bolds. In the latest ‘now or never!’ since the ‘last now or never!’ the United Nations has warned the world that it is once again ‘now […]IPCC World’s Last Chance (Again) — Science Matters
Keen to survive when dead-calm, freezing weather sets in? You’d better have access to nuclear or fossil-fuelled power sources, simply because wind and solar generators are bound to deliver absolutely nothing, at all. Texans and Germans know all about it. Now, Canadians are getting a taste of what it is when you pin your daily […]Worthless Wind & Solar: Once Again Output Totally Collapses During Freezing Weather — STOP THESE THINGS
The Facebook organization is completely incapable of contributing credible, accurate or noteworthy assessments of climate science information and its “Climate science center” as demonstrated by this essay is simply pure climate alarmist political propaganda trying to disguise itself as “science.”Facebook Spamming Climate Posts with “Climate Science Center” Propaganda — Watts Up With That?
By Paul Homewood Cuadrilla’s CEO responds to Jeremy Warner in today’s Telegraph: I still find it incredible that Jeremy Warner or anybody else is having this debate. If Cuadrilla want to spend money continuing to develop the Bowland Shale, that is their decision, and not Warner’s. Whether it is successful or not, we […]Francis Egan: Jeremy Warner is wrong on shale gas — NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
According to Russia’s TASS news agency, China and Russia are negotiating a 100 million ton coal deal. This is in the wake of a 40 million ton coal deal with India.End of Coal? “In coming years, consumers should receive as much coal as they need” — Watts Up With That?
We are in the midst of a dry period that is not particularly unusual in intensity and there is strong evidence that it is the result of natural variability.Is the Southwest U.S. Experiencing a Megadrought Fueled by Global Warming? — Watts Up With That?
Germany set the gold standard for idiotic renewable energy policies, although the Brits, Californians, Texans and South Australians are keen contenders for that glittering prize. Thanks to its unhinged obsession with intermittent wind and solar, Germans are in the midst of a power pricing and supply calamity. Suffering Europe’s highest power prices, is just the […]Dumb & Dumber: Germany Wins Prize For World’s Most Idiotic Energy Policy — STOP THESE THINGS
With offshore wind power outfits wrecking their fishing grounds, America’s fishermen are fighting like their lives depend upon it. With assistance from the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Rhode Island’s fishing community has issued proceedings in the Federal Court seeking to knockout the permits given to Vineyard Wind which, if left in place, will inevitably wreck […]Fighting Back: Americans Unite To Stop Offshore Wind Industry Wrecking Fishing Grounds — STOP THESE THINGS