Bastiat Triangle Alliance
- Does one ten-thousandth of the atmosphere control Earth’s thermostat?
- Cold October (and now November) in perspective
- Utah sees record cold of -43.6 ºF – ‘Perhaps the lowest October temperature ever recorded’ in the Continental U.S.
- WSJ: Fires and Blackouts Made in Sacramento
- CA: No Global Warming Last 5 Years
Category Archives: History
The Climate Reference Network (CRN) was established by NOAA to provide climate measurements free from urban influences; thus, they are located in remote rural locations. Specific information is HERE. The data set used in this analysis came from this NOAA … Continue reading
Propagation of Error and the Reliability of Global Air Temperature Projections Patrick Frank SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University, Menlo Park, CA, United States The reliability of general circulation climate model (GCM) global air temperature projections is evaluated for the … Continue reading
Robert Zimmerman at Ice Age Now Look at how many periods of warmth our planet has enjoyed during the past 10,000 years alone. Civilizations flourished during those warm periods and collapsed when they ended. Did humans cause the Minoan warm … Continue reading
The newly named current geologic age that started 4,200 years ago. Welcome to the Meghalayan, our geologic here and now. It’s one of three newly designated ages divvying up the Holocene Epoch, a geologic time period kicked off 11,700 years … Continue reading
Dr. Judith Curry posted this presentation on her website just before she gave it at the State of the Climate Debate held at the University of Virginia on Saturday. Her presentation is well thought out and deserves your attention, especially … Continue reading
The California Department of Water Resources released a report on CA droughts on Monday. The Sac Bee has the story: The study largely dovetails with previous estimates that the latest drought, which was declared over last spring by Gov. Jerry … Continue reading