Category Archives: AGW and GIStemp Issues

Where AGW goes wrong, including comments about GIStemp, but NOT including the GIStemp technical discussions and source code that would interest tech folks

Is The Average Variation Of Clouds CO2?

Is the average variation in cloud causing changes of temperature, or CO2? If it can be clearly shown that cloud variation caused large temperature changes, then does that mean it isn’t CO2? How does CO2 change clouds, and if it doesn’t, what importance can it have? Continue reading

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California – June Snow & Rain

When June in Silicon Valley brings cool rain, and Snow to the Sierra Nevada, it isn’t warming. It isn’t Climate Change. It’s just a normal colder year. Though we have had the most precipitation ever recorded, so that perpetual drought story just got drowned… Continue reading

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Solar Cycle Oh Dear…

Does the present state of the Sun imply even more slowdown of the solar output ahead? And does that imply a cold snowy Europe with a warmer Florida? Continue reading

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Last Night, It Rained

It rained this morning in San Jose. On the last day of May. Not a record or extreme event, but very much a normal, if unusual, cold and wet episode. Certainly not “Global Warming” when it is cold and dank. Continue reading

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Wind and Humidity Hypothesis

Can the changes of recorded temperatures showing warmer post Great Pacific Climate Shift and recent cooling be a function of wind and humidity? Continue reading

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Rain, In May, In California, In San Jose

Raining again in San Jose. At least they decided the drought has ended (at last and about a year late). Now I’m still “Waiting for Spring” to arrive, in the cold and wet. Continue reading

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Is it hot snow?

Given extensive snow cover, the claim of warmest ever year has some cognitive dissonance. Continue reading

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