Slowly more evidence emerges, and more scientists speak out about drivers of climate change

Slowly more evidence emerges about the Sun's influence on Earth's weather.  Slowly more scientists speak out, challenging the faux consensus about climate change.  Of course, readers of the FM site already know about this. "It’s the Sun, stupid", Lawrence Solomon, National Post, 21 May 2010 -- "Solar scientists are finally overcoming their fears and going public … Continue reading Slowly more evidence emerges, and more scientists speak out about drivers of climate change

Peer reviewed science: breakthroughs about the sun’s impact on Earth’s climate

Solar cycle 24 remains missing in action, as NASA reports today:  "Are Sunspots Disappearing?" -- Excerpt: The sun is in the pits of the deepest solar minimum in nearly a century. Weeks and sometimes whole months go by without even a single tiny sunspot. The quiet has dragged out for more than 2 years, prompting … Continue reading Peer reviewed science: breakthroughs about the sun’s impact on Earth’s climate

Big news from NASA about the causes of climate change!

Readers of this site know that the media has not accurately described the full range of climate research.  Their clear narrative required suppressing knowledge of past cycles and investigations into causes of recent warming other than CO2.  But behind the media veil science continues to advance.   This post is one in a series describing the influence … Continue reading Big news from NASA about the causes of climate change!

An important puzzle from the National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center

Read these versions of the new NOAA press release about Solar Cycle 24, released with fanfare by the media.  How quickly can you spot the actual message?  Here is a brief version, then a longer one, then the full text. "NOAA Predicts Solar Cycle 24", press release, 8 May 2009 -- Version #1 (excerpt): A new active … Continue reading An important puzzle from the National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center

A brief look at the Sun’s influence on Earth’s climate

NASA produces much of the clearest writing I have seen about modern science.  Much of this gets far too little attention, IMO.  For anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of Earth's climate, esp cutting edge climate science, their websites are a good place to start. From the website of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory The Active Cavity Radiometer … Continue reading A brief look at the Sun’s influence on Earth’s climate