A new paper questions the global temperature history records, the foundation of the climate change debate.
It's propaganda pretending to be science. The State Climatologist of Alabama tells the real story.
We are told that a 30-year old paper demonstrates that models can accurately predict climate change. A closer look reveals a different story.
Summary: The world's temperature is in the news again, showing that 2017 was another warm year. Now that it is in the record books, let's look at the more important question -- about future warming, if a new pause has begun -- and what might be the political implications. One of the most important datasets … Continue reading 2017 was warm. The next few years will be more important.
Summary: The degree of global warming during the next few years might have large political effects, as the public policy debate appears to be at a critical point in its 29th year (from Hansen's Senate testimony). Will the pause resume, or will we get rapid warming? Close examination of the monthly data will give us clues … Continue reading A look at the future of global warming. Our political response depends on its trend.