New research ends the battle about the pause in global warming. Neither side won.

Global Warming

Summary: The rise in temperatures during the past few years shows how both activists and skeptics have misrepresented the global warming story. This has been especially so during the decade-long debate about the warming pause. Since 1950 warming has occurred in stair-like steps, with pauses between them. That gives a useful frame to watch temperatures … Continue reading New research ends the battle about the pause in global warming. Neither side won.

Surprising news about trend of America’s temperature and precipitation

Summary: News stories, in both local and national media, tend to describe climate change as a simple and omnipresent phenomenon. It's not. Here we look at the surprising trends in US temperature and precipitation, and northern hemisphere snowfall. There has been global warming during the past two centuries. But activists tend to attribute everything, anywhere, to … Continue reading Surprising news about trend of America’s temperature and precipitation

A whistleblower challenges NOAA’s climate data

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