Summary: Climate activists make bold claims about extreme weather caused by our CO2 emissions, attributing most big weather events to CO2's influence. Let's look at the numbers. Have extreme weather events become more common? The answers are easily available. Too many journalists and activists prefer to ignore them. "Some day — not tomorrow, not next … Continue reading Look at the trends in extreme weather & see the state of the world
Summary: An insider at NOAA has blown the whistle on improper practices at NOAA. This might be the most serious challenge to practices at the major climate science institutions since release of the "Climategate" emails. This occurs when they are vulnerable to scrutiny and pressure from Team Trump. The broad significance of Bates' claims remains unclear, … Continue reading A whistleblower challenges NOAA’s climate data
Summary: One of the mysteries of the public climate change debate (now encompassing extreme weather) is the reliance of journalists and interested people on fringe sources when NOAA and the other climate agencies produce clear and timely articles. Such as NOAA's about this El Niño, including this new one that tells us about this important … Continue reading NOAA’s El Niño update (myth-busting the news headlines)
Summary: Now that the El Niño appears to have peaked, journalists tell us how horrific the damage is so far (most of the effects on America lie ahead). Let's see what they say -- and what NOAA says. Spoiler: don't believe the clickbait. NOAA, conservative and accurate as usual, says in their Jan 14 El … Continue reading How much damage has this El Niño done?