Category Archives: global cooling

UNISYS pulls down map showing dramatic ocean cooling

Many around the climate blogosphere have noted that UNISYS’ recent sea surface temperature anomalies were showing radically different values from various NOAA products. I decided to reach out to UNISYS directly to find out what might be behind the discrepancies, … Continue reading

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Were there Signs of Cooling? Yes, There Were

South Dakota’s earliest-ever recorded snowfall today is the kind of lovely weather morsel that both sides of the climate debate have been feasting on for decades. “It’s hot!” one side yells. “It’s cold!” the other side yells. “It’s getting hotter!” the warm … Continue reading

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IPCC Scientists Invited to Make Pledge Not to Blame Global Cooling on Humanity

Dear IPCC scientist, please read and sign the following, ASAP. Thanks in advance, Harold As a climate scientist who is an IPCC reviewer, author, or editor, I hereby assert, by signing my name in comments that I will never attribute … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Consider Global Cooling Yet?

You heard the words at a cocktail party — “global cooling?” — usually with the rising, sing-song intonation of disbelief, so the speaker could get credit for knowing about the phenomenon if, shockingly, it ever came to pass and none … Continue reading

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Did That Canary Just Flutter Its Wings?

The year you’re living in, 2013, may be the year that it happened. What is it? It is the onset of global cooling. How dare I make such a mental leap? How dare I not would be an equally good … Continue reading

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Plugs From Down Under for ‘Don’t Sell Your Coat’

Just as global warming propaganda is to a significant extent an English fairytale written for English-speakers, via bullying and convenience (in peer-reviewed literature and at the UN) and because of anglophone dominance in the keeping of global temperature records, as … Continue reading

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Meeting Opinions With Facts – Just Another Day as a Climate Change Skeptic

Writing at Big Think, David Berreby laments the simple fact that people who are more knowledgeable about science are more likely to be climate change skeptics than they are to be global warming believers. Berreby takes as an article of faith … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Trip to Arctic Deconstructed

If you’re a busy politician and you want to sound green, what’s better than a quick trip to a polar ice cap? Nothing! Unfortunately, sounding green and understanding the environment and Earth’s paleoclimate are wildly different things, it turns out. … Continue reading

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McIntyre Returns to the Battlefield Even Stronger than Before

Originally posted on Climate Audit:
Phil Jones’ first instinct on learning about Climategate was that it was linked to the Yamal controversy that was in the air in the weeks leading up to Climategate. I had speculated that CRU must…

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Good Jeff, Bad Jeff

Jeff Masters, who owns and runs the radically named Wunderground, one of the most heavily trafficked weather websites, makes part of his living scaring people with tales of extreme weather. Interestingly, though, a more sedate version of the man occasionally … Continue reading

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