Scientists measure the Earth’s temperature three ways – stationary surface thermometers, satellite-based microwave detectors, and balloon-carried thermometers.
Donald’s “America First” budget puts Americans dead last
This budget isn’t an “America first” budget – it’s a “military first, border patrol second, and to hell with everyone else” budget.
Large cuts to NOAA research, satellite operations will degrade weather forecasting and military preparedness
Donald wants to dramatically cut government funded research and satellite operations performed by NOAA without affecting the military. It won’t work.
Two Senators and three supposed climate experts repeat errors or lies about the Global Warming Petition Project
Senators Michael Crapo and Orrin Hatch have implied that they agree with the Global Warming Petition Project’s false, anti-consensus narrative while climate “experts” J. Scott Amstrong, Kesten C. Green, and Patrick Moore gave wrong and misleading testimony on the subject.
Pulitzer-winning Colorado Springs Gazette publishes error-filled global warming editorial
Four errors of fact, two innuendos, one serious distortion, and one uncredited image, any one of which should render an editorial unpublishable. Yet the Gazette’s editorial contained all of them.
Supreme Court “Friend of the Court” brief challenges EPA’s climate change, greenhouse gas regulations
It will take more than bad science, worse logic, and fanciful claims of climate expertise to convince the Supreme Court that the EPA’s greenhouse gas regulations are unconstitutional.
National Review’s new motion to dismiss Mann’s defamation lawsuit contains false claims
Michael Mann’s defamation lawsuit is proceeding to the discovery phase and the easily disproved false claims in the National Review’s and Mark Steyn’s latest motions to dismiss are unconvincing.
Climate Science for Everyone: How much heat can the air and ocean store?
Water stores a lot more energy than air does. So when energy stored in the oceans is released back into the atmosphere, the results are dramatic.
Heartland’s Taylor fails to discredit authors of National Climate Assessment
Heartland Institute senior fellow James Taylor’s tries – and fails – to discredit the draft National Climate Assessment by attacking a small minority of the Assessment’s authors.
Birth of a climate change meme: Inadequate reporting followed by inept blogging
Today I witnessed (at least for me) the birth of a meme — an idea spread through a culture. It’s a common word in Internet parlance: An “Internet meme” is often considered […]