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More Than 310 Thousand People with Skewed Priorities Flood New York

The numbers are rolling in…and they’re impressive in a odd way. Based on numerous news reports, somewhere in the neighborhood of 310 to 400 thousand people participated in the People’s Climate March on Sunday, September 21, 2014 in New York City.  … Continue reading

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A former White House science advisor speaks out about “settled science”

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Feeling unsettled? Try new Climate Science™, now with extra certainty! Climate Science Is Not Settled We are very far from the knowledge needed to make good climate policy, writes leading scientist Steven E.…

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Saving Civilization: 2009 vs 2015

Originally posted on NoFrakkingConsensus:
Five years ago, we were told that the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit was the last chance to save civilization. As the 2015 Paris summit approaches, the same sort of fear mongering is ramping up. Earlier this…

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The 2014 15 El Niño – Part 16 – September 2014 Update – Still Seeing Mixed Signals

(Oops.  Fixed a typo in the title.  This is Part 16.) This post provides an update on the progress of the evolution of the 2014/15 El Niño (assuming there will be one) with data through the end of August 2014. … Continue reading

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The WMO’s Macabre Climate Fiction

Originally posted on NoFrakkingConsensus:
Rather than persuading us with reason and logic, the World Meteorological Organization is making stuff up. As the Reuters news service reported yesterday, the United Nations has launched a new public relations campaign. This is an…

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The 50-50 argument

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Judith Curry Pick one: a)  Warming since 1950 is predominantly (more than 50%)  caused by humans. b)  Warming since 1950 is predominantly caused by natural processes. When faced with a choice between a) and…

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On Keating’s Challenge

A post by Alec Rawls at WUWT Taking Keating’s $30,000 skeptic challenge seriously, part 1 has renewed some interest in a challenge to disprove the theory of human-induced global warming.  This post is not about Alec’s post; it provides my general comments … Continue reading

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ENSO is Like Dieting

Watching the progress of both on a regular basis is painful, because they take sooooo long. But unlike the super El Niño that failed to form, I’ve lost 2 stone (about 30 pounds) so far this year.  One more to … Continue reading

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Gone Fishin’

In reality, I’ve got family in town for the holidays.  I’ll try to moderate comments a few times a day, though.   I’ll be back to a normal schedule on Sunday. To everyone near the path of the hurricane, Stay Safe!!! … Continue reading

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Flashback 1997 – Scientists Forecast Permanent El Ninos.

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood ? http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/25433.stm ? Back in 1997, the BBC reported: ? Scientists are warning that global warming could make the El Nino a permanent feature of the world’s…

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