Glacial Meltwater cause climate changes – Why not activities at sea in time of peace and war?

To explain Younger Dryas cooling look at what modern ocean uses is contributing to climate change Post: July 13; 2018 About 13,000 years ago, the warming out of the last ice age temporarily reversed course around the North Atlantic. This cold “Younger Dryas” period lasted almost 2,000 years. Fig. 1.  Like most climate events that Continue Reading

“Differences between ocean circulation and climate more generally” by Carl Wunsch 2010

Judith Curry raises the part to the sociology of climate science only. The oceans are what matters most. Post July 25th, 2018 Talking about the difference between ocean circulation and climate more generally is per se a strong massage that there is a strong correlation. Back in 1984 Carl Wunsch discussed the matter already lengthy Continue Reading

War Changes Climate – The Naval War Effect

Trafford publication 2006, Canada Black and White, 177 page  War Changes Climate – The Naval War Effect Published: 6/23/2006; Format: Perfect Bound Softcover , Pages: 190, Size: 7×10; ISBN: 978-1-41209-059-9, Print Type: B/W; Price $19.24 & BOD publication 2007, D- Norderstedt COLORED EDITION black & White and color, 224 pages Final Chapter F. Time Continue Reading

Climate Change & Naval War

Scope and Aim The presentation seeks to demonstrate that the industrialized world contributed to at least two significant climatic changes during the 20th century. Large-scale anthropogenic weather modification and climatic changes resulted from two destructive sea wars. This became particularly obvious when an arctic winter befell Northern Europe only four months after World War II Continue Reading

General Comment

General Comment A definition serves to sharpen, clarify, or point out the objective of discourse. A definition attempts to explain a word using other words. A definition is a statement that explains the meaning of a term. When Prof. Roger A. Pielke Sr. started his weblog “Climate Science”  in 2005 (July,11) one of the first Continue Reading