Category Archives: Originals

Is Temperature Spinning Out of Control?

By | August 30, 2010

As we are told of yet another “hottest year on record,” our daily news reports are full of “hot testimony,” for example the heatwave in Moscow, Russia is described in this report: “The heat has caused asphalt to melt, boosted sales of air conditioners, ventilators, ice cream and beverages, and pushed grain prices up. Environmentalists are blaming the… Read More »

Surface Temperature Records: Policy Driven Deception? UPDATED, AUGUST 27, 2010

By | August 27, 2010

Updated August 27, 2010 This paper is, as intended, a work in progress as a compilation of what’s current and important relative to the data sets used for formulating and implementing unprecedented policy decisions seeking a radical transformation of our society and institutions. Authors veteran meteorologists Joe D’Aleo and Anthony Watts analyzed temperature records from all around the… Read More »

Undeniable Global Warming and Climate Models

By | August 25, 2010

Government Agencies from the US and the UK have recently joined forces in a major exercise, (NOAA–MET Office, State of the Planet 2009), to influence proposed climate legislation in the US, support costly and highly unpopular legislation in the UK and hopefully (for them), prepare the way for a global, legally-binding agreement on emissions control at the UNFCC… Read More »

End Environmental Experiments on Africans!

By | August 24, 2010

I wish I had a shilling for every time someone told me spraying homes with DDT to prevent malaria is like using Africans in evil experiments. I would be a rich woman. That claim is a blatant falsehood. Even worse, it hides the many ways poor Africans really are being used in environmental experiments that cause increased poverty,… Read More »

Collection of Papers in Response to NOAA’s “State of the Climate in 2009”

By | August 3, 2010

In a “Highlights” report of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s State of the Climate in 2009 document, which was prepared under the direction of the U.S. National Climatic Data Center, we can read the principal findings of what the document describes as the work of “more than 300 scientists from 48 countries.” Their primary conclusion, as stated… Read More »

Mercury Science Fact Sheet

By | August 2, 2010

The largest source of annual air-borne Hg is from natural sources such as volcanoes, forest fires, and oceans. Emissions from Yellowstone National Park, for example, likely exceed that of all Wyoming coal-fired power plants combined. Under current estimates of total annual air-borne sources of Hg into the world cycle, US power plant emissions account for as little as… Read More »

Observed Climate Change and the Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in the State of Texas

By | July 26, 2010

Variations in climate from year to year and decade to decade play a greater role in the Texan climate than any long-term trends. Short-term variability will continue to dominate the climate in future. The Texas climate shows no statically significant long-term trend in mean annual temperature, rainfall, floods, droughts, heatwaves, tornadoes, or hurricanes – still less any trend… Read More »

Observed Climate Change and the Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in the State of North Carolina

By | July 26, 2010

There is no observational evidence of unusual long-term climate changes in North Carolina. The observations we have detailed in this review illustrate that year-to-year and decade-to-decade variability plays a greater role in North Carolina’s climate than any long-term trends. Such short-term variability will continue dominate North Carolina’s climate into the future. At the century timescale, North Carolina’s climate… Read More »