Category Archives: AGW Science and Background

Articles with a “Global Warming” science or background theme

Tides, Vectors, Scalars, Arctic Flushing, and Resonance

A brief look at why ignoring the direction of lunar tide forces is a bad idea, and why just looking at the size of the scalar portion is not the path to understanding. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background, Science Bits | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 41 Comments

Gee, siting problems and intrument error in sea level gauges

What kind of “issues” plague sea level rise trend creation? Are the data clean? The instruments well placed and maintained? Not so much… Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments

CO2 makes the Ocean More Alkaline

Adding CO2 to the ocean does not make it more acid, it doesn’t even change the alkalinity… Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background | Tagged , , , , , | 29 Comments

Which Way What Water Wanders?

A brief survey of a few various maps of “Ocean Currents” leads me to think that we have a poor handle on where the ocean really flows, where currents start and end, and all the detail dynamics in between. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background | Tagged , , , , | 26 Comments

Southern Hemisphere Getting Colder

Southern Hemisphere Oceans show near zero net warming over 1/4 Century. What happened to “Global” Warming? Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background | Tagged , , , | 17 Comments