Climate change news

Global Warming White Stuff

  ... it has been a bad winter right across the northern hemisphere. In Japan they have walls of snow 56 feet high (and tourists are flocking to see them). The image is from NOAAs polar orbiting satellite. It is a composite picture from 14 fly-overs of the North Pole.


Sea ice in the Arctic has surged since early March - see ... which is derived from a Japanese blogger but see the Danish site ... basically, the there was an immense increase in Arctic sea ice in March and April which caused the down tick to reverse and shoot back upwards. February was mild in the Arctic - if you can call temperature below freezing point mild (or even hot as the alarmists were claiming).

Wal Thornhill CAGW

At ... Amirthanavaqam David has posted the above link in a debate on Electric Universe at Eric's Velikovsky Thread. Interested members of SIS can mail the Contact address at for further details - although to join the group one has to be approved but not necessarily a member of SIS. A word of warning - it generates a lot of emails in your inbox - not suitable for a mobile phone or tablet.

Politically Correct Climate

The link was sent in by William. At ... the stunning statistical fraud behind CAGW alarmism. This came from the Investor's Business Daily and concerns NOAA, the US bureau tasked with collating temperature data (among other things weather related). It tells us its data is fraudulent. NOAA has made repeated 'adjustments' to date and the aim is to make them more accurate - so they say.

Hunkering Down

At ... the headline reads, Alarmism takes a Big Hit: a flood of new scientific findings show nothing unusual happening on climate. For example, one papers shows quite clearly modern temperatures are not much different from those in the Roman Warm Period or the Medieval Warm Period, a fact that keeps popping up that alarmists like to ignore.

cooling weather

At ... this should cause consternation but sadly won't. Since 2008 some 0.24 degrees C of 'extra' warming has been added to NASA GISS 1910-20000 global temperature graph. It is all part of the progarmme of cooling the past to make it appear the present is warming. At some point or other it will reach crunch time - but that is for the future. Somebody else's problem.

Wince when Saint Rachel is chimed

This phrase is used by Risk Monger in the second of the links below. The first link concerns the use of pesticides and the hullabaloo around the issue. The second link is more general and concerns the environmental movement in general and how politicians appear not to wish to tread on their toes. Squeamish politicos are all to common and in the EU squeamish bureaucrats are all part of the problem - courtesy of lobby groups and the Green Blob. Saint Rachel is a reference to Rachel Carson who wrote a book in the 1960s that racked up the anti-pesticide movement to full throttle.

Global Warming

It's been pretty cold in the US - especially in the NE. Over in the UK we have had some cold spells - nothing out of the ordinary (just normal winter weather). Elsewhere it has been very cold in Russia )again, not unusual), cold in Japan (in comparison with recent years) and monsier president appears to have got a dose of gloabl warming after weeks of saying he is going to combat it - and dip into his wallet (well, the wallet of the French people, that is). However, the creme egg is the Sahara. It had not snowed for 37 years when it snowed in 2016.

Greenland Getting Colder

The conspiracy continues, it would seem. At ... a guest author says, Greenland is getting colder but please, keep believing it is getting warmer. It would seem satellite measurements show parts of Greenland are getting colder - but climate scientists urge people to think in terms of this as a blip as climate models say Greenland 'should' be warming. The models don't lie.

Geothermal Greenland

Pierre Gosselin provides a guest post by Kenneth Richards which has some interesting information - especially if you've visited hot springs in Canada, a very cold part of the world. Well, Greenland is a lot colder than most of Canada and it too has geothermal hot springs - right under the glaciated region. Go to ... and well I never.