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

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

The ‘Beast from the East’ – Off-Shore windfarms paves the way – Spring 2018

Europe’s cold snap inevitable man-made? Watch out! Post 24. February 2018 Recently we discussed here: “Europe winter free – Thanks to off-shore windfarms?”; showing that when reginal seas are cooled to ‘unusual levels’, Siberian icy cold air can easily travel to the Atlantic shore. Something similar just occurs right now outside. Don’t believe that this Continue Reading