Tag Archives: climate

Surprisingly Good Technical Series on Climate

A remarkably good series of papers (postings) about Climate. The author has much clue and “gets it right” with depth and precision. 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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The (sur)Real News with M.Mann

On the Roku channel “The Real News” there was an interview (or more like a prompt and parrot) with M.Mann. It was an interesting view into an alternative reality. 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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Bruckner 35 year climate cycles and solar drivers

Back in the late 1800’s Brückner found a solar driven cycle or two in our climate. Recent research kind of confirms it and refines the idea behind the range of periods from 33 ish to 45 ish years. Continue reading

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Congress Needs To Tell France The Manipulation Ends

France wants to structure an end run around Congress. IMHO Congress needs to pass legislation requiring any agreement be reviewed by Congress. Assert authority, or bend over and take it… Continue reading

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More on Middle East Drought, Cold, and California Drought

A quote of a long comment on WUWT and a pointer to an interesting site on ancient weather history at Stanford. Continue reading

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