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

5 Degrees in 10 Degrees

An interesting Sea Surface Temperature map from the U.S. Navy shows aspects of what actually drives temperature. It isn’t a gas. Continue reading

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Hurst, Dependence, Persistence, and a fatal flaw in “Climate Science”

A statistical Aw Shit at the foundation of all of “Climate Science” temperature trend findings. Continue reading

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Micro-Spherical Rain vs Flat Land and Fictional Sky

What can virga and the geometry of rain provide in the way of insight? Enough to matter, I think. Continue reading

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Berkeley Knows There Are Heat Islands

Seems that LBL at Berkeley has an entire section devoted to Heat Islands and their effects. Continue reading

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Admission that the Global Warming Scam is all about the money.

Nothing like an admission by the perpetrator that their goal is to steal money from the rest of us to do what the wish to others… Continue reading

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The Joy of Being Late, and Inadequate

An interesting link to an interesting site with an odd personal connection for me ( I read the same book 1/2 century ago…) that does a nice job of laying out some cycles of history. Continue reading

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The California Flooding Drought, Can It End Now?

When, oh when will the California Flooding Drought end? I’d really like to know, as much more of a ‘drought’ like this and we’ll be drowned. Continue reading

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