Monthly Archives: June 2015

UK MET Office: Fastest decline in solar activity since the last ice age

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
? h/t Benny Peiser – the UK MET office has published a study which suggests solar activity is currently plummeting, the fastest rate of decline in 9300 years. The study also raises the…

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Weak sun could offset some global warming in Europe and US – study

The Guardian has the details: Global warming in northern Europe and the eastern US could be partially offset in future winters because of the sun entering a weaker cycle similar to the one which enabled frost fairs to take place … Continue reading

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An IT expert’s view on climate modelling

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by Eric Worrall One point struck me, reading Anthony’s fascinating account of his meeting with Bill McKibben. Bill, whose primary expertise is writing, appears to have an almost magical view of…

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Ice core data shows the much feared +2°C climate ‘tipping point’ has already occurred…

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
…and human civilization did just fine. The Holocene context for Anthropogenic Global warming Guest essay by Ed Hoskins Our current beneficial, warm Holocene interglacial has been the enabler of mankind’s civilisation for the last…

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