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Tamino (Grant Foster) is Back at His Old Tricks…That Everyone (But His Followers) Can See Through

Or In a Discussion of the Hiatus Since 1998, Grant Foster Presents Trends from 1970 to 2010, Go Figure! Statistician Grant Foster (a.k.a. blogger Tamino, who also likes to call himself Hansen’s Bulldog) is back to his one of his … Continue reading

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NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center is ‘sharpening their knives’ to cut ‘the pause’ from the global temperature record

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
People send me stuff. What I received reminded me of this famous quote from NCDC’s Dr. Tom Peterson back in 2011 In this case multiple sources have sent me a press release and…

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January 2015 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Update

INITIAL NOTES Note 1: The NOAA NOMADS servers are still off line.  NOAA replied to my email inquiry and advised that the NOMADS website will be down for an extended time period and there were no estimates for when they … Continue reading

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UPDATE:  As I was writing the post that was the subject of this one, I realized a few things: (1) it was way too long; (2) because it was too long, I needed to divide it into smaller posts…one of which is … Continue reading

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Ethics and Climate Change Policy – A New Paper from GWPF by Dr. Peter Lee

The following is the press release from the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF).  The paper is titled “Ethics and Climate Change Policy”.  The link to the paper is at its end. # # # Peter Lee: Ethics And Climate Change … Continue reading

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Greenpeace: We Spit on Your Sacred Spaces

Originally posted on Big Picture News, Informed Analysis:
Desecrating cultural and religious monuments is normal Greenpeace behaviour. screengrab from the BBC website (click) Activism is about persuasion. It’s about using moral arguments to change people’s minds which, in turn, changes…

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When Emissions Disappear, So Do Jobs

Originally posted on Big Picture News, Informed Analysis:
Jobs are good. A decent standard of living is good. Both generate emissions. Let’s get over it. I’ve written a new column for the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. Titled When Emissions…

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Happy Thanksgiving

For those of you celebrating the holiday today, have a happy Thanksgiving. I will not be available to moderate comments here for most of the day and evening. So have patience if you leave one. It will eventually appear to … Continue reading

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My Temporary Pseudonym – A Little Deception Went a Long Way

For those of you following comments of on the “Bob Tisdale gets into a spot of hot water” thread at HotWhopper (archived link to most recent version), I have an announcement. I am (was) That is, I’ve been … Continue reading

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UNISYS pulls down map showing dramatic ocean cooling

Originally posted on Talking About the Weather:
As some have jested in the climate blogosphere, UNISYS’ recent SST anomaly map looked like the onset of an ice age. UNISYS has pulled the product down for the time being, citing data…

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