No Global Warming for Almost Two Decades

By | January 15, 2013

The Science and Public Policy Institute has been asked to comment on the apparent inconsistency between the news that July 2012 was the warmest July since 1895 in the contiguous United States and the news that the Meteorological Office in the UK has cut its global warming forecast for the coming years. The present paper is a response… Read More »

No Global Warming for Almost Two Decades

By | January 15, 2013

The Science and Public Policy Institute has been asked to comment on the apparent inconsistency between the news that July 2012 was the warmest July since 1895 in the contiguous United States and the news that the Meteorological Office in the UK has cut its global warming forecast for the coming years. The present paper is a response… Read More »

No Global Warming for Almost Two Decades

By | January 15, 2013

The Science and Public Policy Institute has been asked to comment on the apparent inconsistency between the news that July 2012 was the warmest July since 1895 in the contiguous United States and the news that the Meteorological Office in the UK has cut its global warming forecast for the coming years. The present paper is a response… Read More »

Droughts in South America

By | January 3, 2013

Based on model projections, climate alarmists contend that global warming should lead to both more frequent and more extreme weather phenomena, such as droughts and floods. It is important, therefore, to search for real-world evidence of these phenomena, especially over the past century when temperatures and CO2 concentrations rose to levels that climate alarmists claim are unprecedented over… Read More »

Storm Trends Across the Globe

By | January 3, 2013

Among the highly publicized changes in weather phenomena that are predicted to attend the ongoing rise in the air’s CO2 content and temperature are increases in the frequency and severity of all types of storms; and, therefore, in an effort to determine if these predictions have any validity, many researchers have examined pertinent historical and proxy weather records.… Read More »

Sea Level is Not Rising

By | December 7, 2012

Main points – At most, global average sea level is rising at a rate equivalent to 2-3 inches per century. It is probably not rising at all. – Sea level is measured both by tide gauges and, since 1992, by satellite altimetry. One of the keepers of the satellite record told Professor Mörner that the record had been… Read More »