Yamal Larch. How just one tree got to be 50% of the climate data
Hide the decline; An email by email analysis
Earth gains heat at the equator and loses it at the poles
CO2 is increasing out of control! Or not.
Is someone quoting climate warming arguments off their iPhone app?
So is the Arctic ice cap melting or isn’t it?
What about the Antarctic? Is it Melting?
CO2 rising… Temperature levelling off…
Author Archives: davidmhoffer
I keep on saying that the “forcing” effects of CO2 are logarithmic while the cooling response of the planet rises exponentially. I’m not the only one saying this, serious heavy weight skeptics like Lindzen are saying the same thing. So … Continue reading
After decades of debate, with neither the skeptics nor the warmists prevailing in the global warming debate, a decision was made to settle the matter once and for all in a poker game, winner take all. For the historical record, … Continue reading
GreenPeace has called for violence: http://weblog.greenpeace.org/climate/2010/04/will_the_real_climategate_plea_1.html Dear GreenPeace, The true sign of a failed belief system is when its adherents, having failed to persuade the populace by reasoned debate, resort instead to violence. It matters not if we are speaking … Continue reading
I heard about the iPhone App and its list of over 100 global warming skeptic arguments that is supposed to be a tool for the regular person to carry with them and help show skeptics how wrong they are. I … Continue reading
Buried in my basement is a 1974 copy of Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Tipped off by an article on Jo Nova and Watts Up With That about National Geographic 1976 showing a much different temperature graph in 1976 than what CRU publishes, … Continue reading
The tree ring debate faded from the news as has CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere while everyone analyses and over analyses the ClimateGate e-mails and who knew what when. New CO2 evidence however suggests we might want to take a … Continue reading
Some time ago I noticed that temperature varied in the arctic regions far more than in the equatorial regions. This lead to my theory that the poles act like a thermostat regulating the earth’s temperature. The post just prior to … Continue reading