Tag Archives: climate cycles

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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How to Measure Temperature in the Arctic — the Lesser of Two Evils

As has been well covered by Steve Goddard on WUWT, the “interpretation” of Arctic conditions by NASA/GISS is based on astonishingly little data north of 80 degrees latitude, which is to say no data at all. As the Danish Meteorological … Continue reading

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Arctic Cooling Has Begun

What follows is the first guest post on Talking About The Weather. I chose Peter Taylor‘s short essay on the Arctic out of respect for Peter’s research, his calm during intense debates, and the focus he brings to the issues. As … Continue reading

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