Climate change news

Amazing Grace

Aamzing grace saves a wretch. I have seen the light and changed my mind. See for example ... which is about someone changing their mind. Not just somebody but an environmentalist, Jim Steele. He has been a sceptic for a while. Recently, he had a heart attack and this is his response.

Data tampering

This is a major accusation - NASA GISS alter temperature data. Well, they do that by claiming to bring old data in line with modern data, but is it illegal. I would not have thought so. Is it corrupt. Well, depends what side you are on I suppose. The alleged crime is that they have changed cooling to warming in a quite blatant manner. We might ask, if so how are they getting away with it? All is revealed at ... which comes with comments (but just a few).

Natural Gas

At ... methane forms under space conditions simulated in a laboratory in Leiden University (the Netherlands). Methane is the main ingredient of natural gas - which is often located alongside oil within the crust of the earth. Methane is also one of the simplest hydrocarbons. It consists of one carbon atom with four hydrogen atoms. On earth humans create methane gas in landfill sites. This is burnt off. You can actually see the flames (controlled) if you drive past a landfill site at night.


The corona virus episode has exposed an inconvenient fact - see ... the inconvenient truth is that green activists have overhyped levels of pollution created by diesel cars, leading to politicos falling over themselves to be virtuous and bringing in new laws and taxes. The over hype worked of course, as it ever does. Politicos want to please - but its always the same minority they please. All a bit sad.


It sems HH Lamb was probably correct as far as how warm it was in the 1930s. He lived through the 1930s and was actively researching climate - in the past as well as in his own time. At ... we have a new study that shows greenland temperatures were warmer in the period from the 1920s to 1940s than they are today. It used data from 1796 to 2013, Wangner et al at ....

Clouds, Jellyfish and the Sun

At (15th March 2020) we have a view of the Sun by amateur astronomer Martin Wiose. Hundreds of orange 'fibers' are jumping up and falling back down from the surface of the Sun. These are spicules, jets of gas shooting up and collapsing. A big wide thread in the middle of the image below is what is known as a 'prominence' - a cloud of hydrogen held above the Sun's surface by magnetic fields. They are larger than spicules - and last longer ...

Green Huff

German Greens have got in a huff it seems - see ...a climate activist in Germany is getting a bad press over her flights to various parts of the world, sparking internal strife in the organisation, Fridays For Future. Apparently, a 23 year old has now been replaced by a 17 year old and the older girl has slunk away.

Rapid Sea Level Rise in the Atlantic basin

One for the scrap book. Snow mass, in the northern hemisphere, is greater than the 1982-2012 average (see ... which means it must be colder - at least on average, over the last 7 years. However, climate models are still running hot.

Water, wetness, everywhere, but

As a result of changes in the jet stream there have been continuous downpours across Britain and Ireland - as well as Germany and Denmark and anywhere else unfortunately in the path of it's switch to the south, placing a well populated swathe of countries within its trajectory. However, we learn that one particular corner of Britain has either been extraordinarily lucky, in spite of being on the edge of the Atlantic, open to stormy weather and rain clouds built up over the ocean, or has it managed to put in place a system to address excessive water.

Geological Heat Factor

At ... one of the favourite alarmist memes is that of ocean warming - and ocean warming off the east coast of the US has been a happy hunting ground for them. Well, it seems reality is kicking in - overriding climate change dogma. The geology of the region is very interesting - in more ways than one. There is a large continental shelf system making for a fairly shallow sea off the coast  of North America. It has been dry land at various points in the geological past.