Tag Archives: AGW

Southern Hemisphere Getting Colder

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

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A Remarkable Lunar Paper and Numbers on Major Standstill

Times of Major Lunar Standstill are special. Very old data matters. The basic value of a computer simulation is to illustrate where our understanding is wrong so we can go back to that very old data and learn something new. It’s the Moon and Sun that matter most. Continue reading

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The Moon’s Orbit is Wrong, It Can Change a Lot, And Tides Will Too

What we don’t know about time and tides, and the moon, could fill volumes. This is a bit we do know. It can make bigger tides than we know have, and that can change the global temperatures. This matters, and perhaps it has in the past, too. Continue reading

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Of Interstadials, A Fondness of Beetles, And Warmer Than Now

An interesting use of beetles, as thermometers, during periodic warm spikes during the last glacial during our ice age. Shows that at times during a glacial, it can warm up to warmer than now in some spots. Kind of makes Climate Change look rather entirely natural. Continue reading

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Calorie Counting Thermometers

I think there is a simple way to demonstrate the basic flaw of the “average temperatures” to see if the planet is warming or cooling. Think of trying to take your body temperature to decide if you are eating too much. That’s what “Climate Scientists” do with global temperatures. Continue reading

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