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Harrison H. Schmitt and William Happer: In Defense of Carbon Dioxide
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Of all of the world's chemical compounds, none has a worse reputation than carbon dioxide. Thanks to the single-minded demonization of this natural and essential atmospheric gas by advocates of government control of energy production, the conventional wisdom about carbon dioxide is that it is a dangerous pollutant. That's simply not the case. [More]

Former NASA Scientists Conclude:
No Physical Evidence of Catastrophic Global Warming Threat

Washington, D.C.-Just as President Obama vowed in his inaugural address to "respond to the threat of climate change," The Right Climate Stuff (TRCS)-a research team composed of several retired NASA scientists and engineers-today released a preliminary report summary concluding that "there is no convincing physical evidence of catastrophic anthropogenic [human caused] global warming."

The team, which has expertise in physics, chemistry, geology, meteorology, biology, data analysis and interpretation, and complex systems modeling-and no current ties to the energy industries-has spent the past year analyzing the evidence for global warming in order to determine to what extent can human-related releases of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere cause earth surface temperature increases that would have harmful effects.  The report can be viewed online at: www.TheRightClimateStuff.com.  A press conference presenting the report will take place at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. [More]

The Right Climate Stuff Research Team

The Right Climate Stuff (TRCS) research team is a volunteer group of more than 20 scientists and engineers who are primarily retired veterans of our manned space program. We began our investigation into the controversial issue of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) in February 2012.  We have reviewed, studied and debated available data and scientific reports regarding many factors that affect temperature variations of the earth's surface and atmosphere. [More]

More Evidence Against a Methane Time Bomb
Source: World Climate Report

Over at Watts Up With That, Anthony Watts has highlighted a recent press release from the German Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel announcing the preliminary findings from an expedition this summer to the Greenland Sea (off the coast of Spitzbergen). The expedition on the German research vessel the Maria S. Merian was aimed at investigating the release of methane from the seafloor-one of the many potential apocalyptic positive feedback pathways which lead from an initial warming instigated by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. [More]

Sea Level Acceleration: Not so Fast
Source: World Climate Report

Sea level rise is a topic that we frequently focus on because of all the gross environmental alterations which may result from anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, it is perhaps the only one which could lead to conditions unexperienced by modern societies. A swift (or accelerating) sea level rise sustained for multiple decades and/or centuries would pose challenges for many coastal locations, including major cities around the world-challenges that would have to be met in some manner to avoid inundation of valuable assets. However, as we often point out, observational evidence on the rate of sea level rise is reassuring, because the current rate of sea level rise from global warming lies far beneath the rates associated with catastrophe. [More]

Hansen Is Wrong
Source: World Climate Report

In his recent press blitz, NASA's James Hansen tries to tie extreme weather events, such the current drought affecting much of the central U.S., to anthropogenic global warming. But the real world argues otherwise.

Hansen is quite adept at timing global warming pronouncements with extreme weather events. [More]

Illiteracy at NASA
Source: World Climate Report

Apparently NASA should start distributing dictionaries to the authors of its press releases.
Here is the title of the July 24, 2012 NASA press release reporting on recent ice melt across the surface of Greenland:

"Satellites See Unprecedented Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Melt"

And here is a quote from within the release:

"Ice cores from Summit show that melting events of this type occur about once every 150 years on average. With the last one happening in 1889, this event is right on time," says Lora Koenig, a Goddard glaciologist and a member of the research team analyzing the satellite data.

Now, according to our version of Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, "unprecedented" is defined as:

"having no precedent: NOVEL, UNEXAMPLED"

Dictionary.com concurs:

"without previous instance; never before known or experienced; unexampled or unparalleled: an unprecedented event."

So, while it may be meteorologically interesting that a series of high pressure ridges had passed over Greenland this summer with largest and warmest of these parking over the island for a few days in mid-July and raising the temperature to near the melting point of ice all the way up to the summit of Greenland's ice cap-it is not a type of event which is unique. [More]

NRC Sea Level Rise Scare: Losing Sight of the Science
Source: World Climate Report

Last week, the National Academies of Sciences' National Research Council (NRC) released a report Sea-Level Rise for the Coasts of California, Oregon, and Washington: Past, Present, and Future. The apparent intent of the report was to raise global warming alarm by projecting rapidly rising seas-some 2-3 times higher than recent IPCC estimates-along the California coast and elsewhere. Based on the news coverage, the NRC was successful. [More]

Addendum: Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States
Source: Cato Institute

This report summarizes the science that is missing from Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States, a 2009 document produced by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) that was critical to the Environmental Protection Agency's December, 2009 "finding of endangerment" from increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. According to the 2007 Supreme Court decision, Massachusetts v. [More]

Not So Hot in East China
Source: World Climate Report

While the IPCC is big on the idea that the warmth of the late 20th and early 21st century in the Northern Hemisphere is unprecedented in recent centuries, apparently that finding does not apply universally over longer timescales.

According to the Summary of Policymakers from the IPCC Fourth Assessmnet Report:

Average Northern Hemisphere temperatures during the second half of the 20th century were very likely higher than during any other 50-year period in the last 500 years and likely the highest in at least the past 1,300 years.

This is basically a verbal description of the "hockeystick"-like temperature progression of the past millennia or so. [More]

NASA Must Stop Global Warming Alarmism (570 News Radio)
Tom Harris, Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition joins Jeff Allan to discuss the open letter from former NASA astronauts and science and technology specialists concerning the agency's promotion of global warming alarmism. (~15 min.)
The EPA and “Independence”
Source: World Climate Report

The public comment period is fast drawing to a close (June 25, 2012) on the EPA's latest scheme to try to limit human greenhouse gas emissions (a fruitless task as far as climate change is concerned). The EPA's Proposed Carbon Pollution Standard for Future Power Plants, announced on March 27, 2012, seeks to limit the emissions of carbon dioxide from new power plants to 1,000 lbs per megawatt hour. Such a standard would effectively bar any new coal-fired power plants from being built as such an emissions standard is not achievable by coal plants under current or near-term technology. [More]

Asian Air Pollution Warms U.S More than Our GHG Emissions (More futility for U.S. EPA)
Source: Master Resource

"The whims of foreign nations, not to mention Mother Nature, can completely offset any climate changes induced by U.S. greenhouse gas emissions reductions.. So, what's the point of forcing Americans into different energy choices?"

A new study provides evidence that air pollution emanating from Asia will warm the U.S. [More]

Historical Imagery of Greenland Glaciers Lessens Sea Level Rise Alarm
Source: World Climate Report

A new study using historical images of glaciers in southeast Greenland to investigate glacier response to climate changes suggests that the recently observed acceleration of ice loss from Greenland may not be a long-term phenomenon. Instead, as marine terminating glaciers reach their grounding line and as the termini of land-terminating glaciers migrate upwards in elevation, ice loss rates from glacial discharge may slacken. According to Anders Bjørk and co-researchers:

[T]he recent high rate of retreat may come to a slowdown when retreating marine-terminating glaciers reach their grounding line and become less sensitive to the influence of ocean temperature, or through positive or negative feedback mechanisms relating to the cold East Greenland Coastal Current. [More]

CO2 Not to Blame for Southwest Droughts?
Source: World Climate Report

In our last WCR, we discussed a series of articles that found that higher resolution climate models-models which include a better representation of the complex terrain features of the Southwest-produce less drought stress on the Southwestern U.S. in their projections of future climate change from greenhouse gas emissions than do coarser resolution general circulation models.

Now comes along a new paper published in Nature magazine by Robert Allen and colleagues which suggests that the drying trend which remains is being caused more by black carbon aerosols and tropospheric ozone than by greenhouse gas emissions. [More]

Future Southwest Drought in Doubt?
Source: World Climate Report

One of the most "robust" signals from global climate models run under scenarios of increasing human greenhouse gas emissions is an even drier climate in the Southwestern U.S. than exists there currently.
The 2009 report "Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States" from the U.S. [More]


No sea level rise catastrophe?
Source: World Climate Report

As one of the central tenets of climate change catastrophe involves inundation by rapidly rising seas, we like to visit the issue from time to time here at World Climate Report. Interestingly, or perhaps some may prefer predictably, we usually are able to uncover plenty of science that indicates that the situation is not nearly so dire.

More evidence of this was published this week in Science magazine. [More]

Antarctica's ice is melting from warm water below
Source: Pat Michaels - Response

Here's a graphic of Antarctic ice MELT ending in 2009 by Tedesco and Monaghan.  Note that because it is melt, the decline means that more ice is NOT melting.  
Here is the extent of sea ice in the southern hemisphere, as measured by satellite. [More]


Plant life changes 'underestimated'
Source: UKPA

Scientists may have greatly underestimated the impact of future global warming on plants, new research has suggested.

Changes brought about by rising temperatures could be up to eight times more pronounced than experts have assumed, it is claimed.

The forecasts of earlier flowering and leafing are based on outdoor experiments in which plants are artificially warmed. [More]

Global What?
Source: One News Now

Climate change 'deniers' not so dumb after all

The current environmental paradigm assumes that those who don't believe in man-made climate change are less scientifically savvy, while those who do are scientifically smarter.

According to one study, however, those assumptions just aren't true.

"Seeming public apathy over climate change is often attributed to a deficit in comprehension." [More]

EPA’S Toxic Science
Source: World Climate Report

EPA's recently announced regulations on mercury from power plants will, in fact, do nothing substantial about the amount of this element in the global atmosphere. If they were really serious, they would ban volcanoes and forest fires, which are much larger sources.

Total annual releases of mercury to the atmosphere from such natural sources are about 5,200 metric tons per year. [More]

For Wheat and Rice, CO2 is Nice
Source: World Climate Report

We have written about the biological benefits of elevated temperatures and atmospheric CO2 levels hundreds of times, and we will never run out of new material! Evidence the results of two recent article showing how CO2 improves the yield of wheat and the competitiveness of rice.

A team of seven scientists from various agencies in China began their article noting "In the past 100 years, the mean surface temperature in China has increased by 0.4-0.6ºC, and it is expected that the average surface temperature in western China will rise by 1.7ºC in the next 30 years and by 2.2ºC over the next 50 years." Furthermore, Xiao et al. [More]

Is the EPA Endangering Public Health and Welfare by Attempting to Mitigate Extreme Weather?
Source: Master Resource

On the rationale of mitigating man-made climate change and thus limiting the occurrence of extreme weather events, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is (unintentionally) fostering a less prepared and less resilient population. As such, EPA should regulate its own actions as endangering public health and welfare. [More]

Acclimation to Ocean Acidification: Give It Some Time
Source: World Climate Report

Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels lead to an increasing amount of CO2 being dissolved in the oceans which drives down the oceans' pH level. This is often referred to as "ocean acidification" and included among the list of ills that energy production from fossil fuels imparts to the environment. Type "ocean acidification" into your Google search and you'll quickly be confronted with a litany of potential impacts-all bad. [More]

Is this finally proof we're NOT causing global warming?
Source: Daily Mail

Is this finally proof we're NOT causing global warming? The whole of the Earth heated up in medieval times without human CO2 emissions, says new study

  • Evidence was found in a rare mineral that records global temperatures
  • Warming was far-reaching and NOT limited to Europe
  • Throws doubt on orthodoxies around 'global warming'

Current theories of the causes and impact of global warming have been thrown into question by a new study which shows that during medieval times areas as far apart as Europe and Antarctica both warmed up.
It then cooled down naturally and there was even a 'mini ice age'.

A team of scientists led by geochemist Zunli Lu from Syracuse University in New York state, has found that the 'Medieval Warm Period' approximately 500 to 1,000 years ago wasn't just confined to Europe. [More]

Tropical Forests Rejoice!
Source: World Climate Report

When was the last time you heard good news about our tropical forests? Well, that's just too long.

All we ever seem to hear about the tropical forests is that they are being destroyed, their destruction will exacerbate global warming, and on and on. You will even discover that some scientists think global warming destroyed the first tropical forests that evolved on our planet bringing rise to the dinosaurs! [More]

Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and High Climate Sensitivity
Source: World Climate Report

A few months ago, we reported on a paper in the scientific literature (Schmittner et al. 2011) that concluded that there were only "vanishing probabilities" that the value of the earth's climate sensitivity-the amount of global temperature change resulting from a doubling of the atmospheric carbon dioxide content-was above 3.2°C, and that a climate sensitivity exceeding 6°C was "implausible." Now, a new paper has been published (Olson et al., 2012) that finds that the 95% confidence range for the value of the earth's actual climate sensitivity extends only to a value as great as 4.9°C. This is yet another in an expanding list of papers that strongly suggest that that the IPCC entertainment of the possibility that the earth's climate sensitivity is extremely high (say, greater than 5-6°C, is wrong). [More]

Concerned Scientists Reply on Global Warming
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Editor's Note: The authors of the following letter, listed below, are also the signatories of "No Need to Panic About Global Warming," an op-ed that appeared in the Journal on January 27. This letter responds to criticisms of the op-ed made by Kevin Trenberth and 37 others in a letter published Feb. 1, and by Robert Byer of the American Physical Society in a letter published Feb. [More]

STEWARD: Voodoo Environomics
Source: The Washington Times

President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline wasn't, as he claimed, based on science or the environment. It certainly wasn't based on sound economic policy, either. The decision was, in fact, the product of voodoo environomics: a destructive blend of bad science based on fear-mongering and manipulated research, the bad economics of green-job fantasies and "starve the beast" energy politics. [More]

A Landmark Legal Challenge: Reversing the EPA's Regulation of Carbon Dioxide and other Greenhouse Gases
Source: Cato Institute

Thursday, March 1, 2012
Noon (Luncheon to Follow)

Featuring petitioners E. Duncan Getchell, Solicitor General, Commonwealth of Virginia; Patrick R. Day, Holland and Hart LLP, Coalition for Responsible Regulation; Theodore Hadzi-Antich, Senior Staff Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation; Harry W. [More]

Flowers Love CO2
Source: World Climate Report

As this time of the years reminds us, flowers never go out of style. Whether it is to celebrate a holiday or make up for some bad behavior, flowers just get it done every time. This has been the case for generations and will be the case from now until eternity. [More]

I Feel Duped on Climate Change
Source: Spiegel.de

The articulate utility executive is nervous at the beginning of the conversation. He is groping for words -- not a common occurrence for the practiced provocateur. After all, Fritz Vahrenholt, 62, who holds a doctorate in chemistry, has been a rebel throughout his life. [More]

The Sun: O Inconstant Star!
Source: World Climate Report

As solar activity declines and rate of global warming follows suit, it is natural to wonder whether the two are in some manner related.

Science is all over the map on this one-and is hardly the "settled" stuff our greener friends want us to believe. One school holds that there is little-to-no detectable relationship between solar changes and surface temperatures, while another holds that there is a strong influence and that a projected period of low solar activity over the next several decades will offset much of the anthropogenic greenhouse-gas induced warming. [More]

Forget global warming - it's Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right the Thames will be freezing over again)
Source: Daily Mail
1/29/12 5:38 AM

The supposed 'consensus' on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years.

The figures suggest that we could even be heading for a mini ice age to rival the 70-year temperature drop that saw frost fairs held on the Thames in the 17th Century.

Based on readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations, the data was issued last week without fanfare by the Met Office and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit. [More]

No Need to Panic About Global Warming
Source: The Wall Street Journal

A candidate for public office in any contemporary democracy may have to consider what, if anything, to do about "global warming." Candidates should understand that the oft-repeated claim that nearly all scientists demand that something dramatic be done to stop global warming is not true. In fact, a large and growing number of distinguished scientists and engineers do not agree that drastic actions on global warming are needed.

In September, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Ivar Giaever, a supporter of President Obama in the last election, publicly resigned from the American Physical Society (APS) with a letter that begins: "I did not renew [my membership] because I cannot live with the [APS policy] statement: 'The evidence is incontrovertible: Global warming is occurring." [More]

Dr. David Evans: The Skeptic's Case
Source: JoNova
Who Are You Going To Believe - The Government Climate Scientists Or The Data?

Guest Post Dr David M.W. Evans

We check the main predictions of the climate models against the best and latest data. Fortunately the climate models got all their major predictions wrong. [More]

Will Replicated Global Warming Science Make Mann Go Ape?
Source: World Climate Report

About 10 years ago, December 20, 2002 to be exact, we published a paper titled "Revised 21st century temperature projections" in the journal Climate Research. We concluded:

Temperature projections for the 21st century made in the Third Assessment Report (TAR) of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) indicate a rise of 1.4 to 5.8°C for 1990-2100. However, several independent lines of evidence suggest that the projections at the upper end of this range are not well supported.. [More]

Taking Fears of Acid Oceans With a Grain of Salt
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Coral reefs around the world are suffering badly from overfishing and various forms of pollution. Yet many experts argue that the greatest threat to them is the acidification of the oceans from the dissolving of man-made carbon dioxide emissions.

The effect of acidification, according to J.E.N. [More]

Antarctic Temperature Trends
Source: World Climate Report

Almost exactly two three years ago, a prominent paper became a media darling as it, according to the alarmist website Real Climate "appeared to reverse the 'Antarctic cooling' meme that has been a staple of disinformation efforts for a while now."

The Nature paper, by Eric Steig and colleagues, made the cover on the January 22, 2009 issue.

Figure 1. Cover of January 22, 2009 issue of Nature magazine (left) showing the map of temperature trends across Antarctica as determined by the analysis of Steig et al. [More]


Huh? A Reply to Nathan Urban
Source: World Climate Report

A few weeks ago, we ran a story about a paper which was (then) soon to be published in Science magazine which generally concluded that the earth's climate sensitivity (how much the earth's average temperature will rise from a doubling of the atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration) was likely lower than the IPCC's best guess (which is 3°C) and known with far less uncertainty-especially at the high end. While the IPCC's vision of the uncertainty as to the true value of the climate sensitivity included a "fat tail" at the high end (that is, a non-negligible possibility that the true climate sensitivity was greater than 6°C), the new Science paper put the kibosh on that notion, concluding "In summary, using a spatially extensive network of paleoclimate observations in combination with a climate model we find that climate sensitivities larger than 6 K are implausible." And adding "Assuming paleoclimatic constraints apply to the future as predicted by our model, these results imply lower probability of imminent extreme climatic change than previously thought."

A pretty provocative finding to say the least!

In our article, "A new, lower estimate of climate sensitivity," we described the paper-by a team led by Andreas Schmittner-in a positive light, presented and commented on the paper's main findings and conclusions, reprinted the abstract in its entirety, and included a link to where (a free version) of the paper was available at the personal website of one of the paper's co-authors (Nathan Urban). [More]


NAtural Variability Still Plays Large Role in WInter Climate
SOURCE: World Climate Report
The last couple of winters across the central and eastern United States as well as much of Europe were on the cold and snowy-side of things, to say the least. And of course, anytime there is some type of weather misery, a particular segment of the population likes to trot out global warming as the culprit. Cold, snowy, winters are no exception (despite your apparent (mis)conception as to what global “warming” would entail). [More]
Press Release: Severe Food SHortages on the Horizon
SOURCE: CO2 Science
A new study by the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change -- Estimates of Global Food Production in the Year 2050: Will We Produce Enough to Adequately Feed the World? -- reveals that a very real and devastating food crisis is looming on the horizon, and continuing advancements in agricultural technology and expertise will most likely not be able to bridge the gap between global food supply and global food demand just a few short years from now.
Taking the EPA to Court
SOURCE: World Climate Report
On May 20, three briefs were filed with the Washington DC Circuit Court of Appeals laying out petitions to challenge the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulatory initiatives concerning greenhouse gas emissions (and how the initiatives came to be). Of the three petitions, two were from a conglomerate of states led by Texas and Virginia, and the other was by a 80-odd member grouping on non-state parties with a variety of interests in the EPA’s regulations. A fourth brief from a collection of climate scientists followed week later. [More]
Global Greening Continues: Did We Cause It?
Source: World Climate Report
You know the story. Humans are burning fossil fuels and because of their actions, the world is now warming at an unprecedented pace. This warming is stressing ecosystems throughout the world with devastating consequences to vegetation from one end of the earth to the other. [More]
Volcanism Caused by Global Warming?
Source: World Climate Report
We all know that if you are impacted by a flood, drought, tornado, hurricane, heat wave, wildfire, tsunami, earthquake, landslide, or anything else you can dream of, you might as well just go ahead and blame global warming—after all, if you don’t someone else most assuredly will. Whether or not you’d be correct, though, is another story entirely. Over the past year, a number of volcanic events have been in the news from Europe to Hawaii and now the big earthquake in Japan and resultant tsunami has a lot of folks asking “can we blame all of this global warming.” Literally one day after the earthquake in Japan, The Daily Caller ran a story entitled “Some respond to Japan earthquake by pointing to global warming” starting with the sentence “Hours after a massive earthquake rattled Japan, environmental advocates connected the natural disaster to global warming. [More]
A Frog Revival
Source: World Climate Report
About 15 to 20 years ago, folks began to notice problems in amphibian communities around the world. At first, physical deformities were being noticed and then large population declines were being documented. The finger was initially pointed at the coal industry, with an idea that perhaps mercury was leading to the deformities. [More]
CO2-induced Vegetation Growth Slows Global Warming
Source: World Climate Report
We are continually deluged with talk about positive feedbacks leading to even higher levels of global warming, but aside from the great water vapor debate, we rarely hear much about negative feedbacks which could act to slow the rate of temperature rise. Well that is about to change. A new study has identified a negative feedback between carbon dioxide-enhanced vegetative growth and global warming—the denser that vegetation becomes, the greater the cooling influence it has on any global temperature rise. [More]
'Warmest Year On Record?' The Truth Is Global Warming Has Halted
Source: The Global Warming Policy Foundation
A year ago tomorrow, just before the opening of the UN Copenhagen world climate summit, the British Meteorological Office issued a confident prediction. The mean world temperature for 2010, it announced, 'is expected to be 14.58C, the warmest on record' - a deeply worrying 0.58C above the 1961-1990 average. World temperatures, it went on, were locked inexorably into an ever-rising trend: 'Our experimental decadal forecast confirms previous indications that about half the years 2010-2019 will be warmer than the warmest year observed so far - 1998.' Met Office officials openly boasted that they hoped by their statements to persuade the Copenhagen gathering to impose new and stringent carbon emission limits - an ambition that was not to be met. [More]
The EPA's And Enron's End-Runs Of Congress
Source: Forbes.com
Immediately after chances for carbon cap-and-tax legislation were swept away by a Nov. 2 Republican House cleaning, the Obama administration proceeded with its Plan B. At a time when Congress was recessed for the Thanksgiving holiday and the president was ceremoniously pardoning two white turkeys, the Environmental Protection Agency served up American industries a fowl of far darker feathering--a gobbler of regulatory control. [More]

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