Extraordinary sea ice case 1917 ignored

North Atlantic sea ice in summer 1917 could teach climate science many lessons. Post March 15, 2017;  Source: http://www.arctic-warming.com/ Never has such a high sea ice extent been observed in the North Atlantic as in summer 1917 (Fig.1a-1b). This exceptional case has never been investigated. Worst! Science seems not to have taken notice of it, Continue Reading

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U.S. extreme winter 1917/18

A Link between Atlantic sea-ice 1917 and US winter 1917/18? Post: March 26, 2017 On one hand the Atlantic sea ice extent during summer 1917 is the only one ever observed (previous post), on the other hand only few month later the United States east of the Rockies winter 1917/18 was remarkably cold. It started Continue Reading

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‘Natural variability’, is scientific nonsense

The most popular climate rule, ‘natural climate variability’, is utter nonsense.    In a recent post about global warming or climate change, Roy Spencer assumes that “we will not have much more scientific confidence ten years from now”. The problem is obvious when he wonders:  “How much of recent warming has been natural?” He is Continue Reading

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Skeptics fail – realizes Tim Ball

“Why have skeptics countering the AGW meme for few decades, but to little avail” Post 06 April 2017 About a recent hearing on climate science by a House of Representative committee on 29th March, Tim Ball analyzed at WUWT “We Won Climate Battles, but Are Not Winning the Climate War: Here’s Why”. The views were Continue Reading

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Why Europe is warming up faster than elsewhere?

Climatology fails to consider a main contributor – Maritime activities Posted 1st June 2017 Activity at sea, whether by shipping, fishing or offshore drilling and windfarms is a big climate change issue. Not for climate research, ignoring this anthropogenic aspect completely. In the last few decades, Europe has warmed not only faster than the global Continue Reading

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Skillful climate prediction resides in the ocean

To understand and prevent anthropogenic climatic change by sea activities check the impact of naval warfare during WWI & WWII Posted: 27th July 2017 A recent paper by Shuai-Lei Yao et al (June 2017) explains: Global warming can be directly linked to ocean surface temperature changes, which is characterized by two weak slowdowns in the Continue Reading

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The axis of climate evil by Paul Krugman impugned

Not bad faith may destroy civilization but ignorance in ocean matters. Posted: 13th August 2017;  Amanded 14/09 – below – Links to WUWT and Fabio Maximus -below – One can only highly appreciate how Paul Krugman requires a rational world to take urgent action to limit climate change in a recent NYT Opinion (Fig.1, 12/13 Aug.2017). Continue Reading

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Off shore wind farm impact is not natural variability

Ignoring off shore industry on climate change is irresponsible Climatology considers ‘natural variability’ as a valuable factor in climate change matters. Ignoring any human role in this respect is irresponsible.  The latest big issue is floating off shore wind turbines with a structure about 78 meters submerged and 15 meters in diameters. Although a massive Continue Reading

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High Red Sea warming due to human activities?

Is Red Sea warming exceeding the global rate a matter of climate change? The warmest semi-enclosed sea in the Northern Hemisphere is more warming than the global average. The Red Sea basin experienced a rapid warming, at an overall rate of 0.17 ± 0.07 °C per decade, exceeding the global warming rate of 0.11°C per Continue Reading

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Warming & Climate – Confusing Terminology – Accidentally?

Judith Curry’s reflection:  “Well, increasing temperatures say nothing about the causes of climate change.” Post 15th January 2018 The terminology climate science use is all but helpful. Is it accidentally or consciously misleading? There is no scientifically sustainable definition of weather, climate, and natural variability (MORE). Only when it comes to “warming”, we know that Continue Reading

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