Monthly Archives: February 2016

Any bets on the month of "peak global warming"?

The indications are that we’ve now seen the peak of El Nino. Some alarmists (clutching at straws) told me that the peak comes a “few months after” the El Nino peak, and true enough in recent El Nino’s in the … Continue reading

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Gullible Greens "Hang on why isn't anyone doing anything about real pollution"?

I note in the Guardian there’s a piece finally grasping the reality that has been obvious to every sceptic: Paris was a failure and the Global warming scam is just a way for BIG OIL and other similar interests to … Continue reading

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UK Independent tabloid – RIP

The UK Independent was set up as an independent Newspaper – which most people would expect meant it supported independent views – like us sceptics. In reality, like so many things of the “global warming” types in society – what … Continue reading

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Letter to First Minister of Scotland

There are some letters which are written not expecting to get a reply – but merely to ensure that it is a matter of public record that the government have been informed. This is one of those letters: {address} 18/2/2016 … Continue reading

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Peak Global Warming

A bit of personal forward planning As far as public interest is concerned, global warming peaked in 2007 (google trends). As far as academic (aka “scientific”) credibility is concerned it peaked in 2009 with climategate, not so much for the … Continue reading

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8 Reasons why global surface temperature is crap

There are many reasons to believe the temperature trend is much cooler than the corrupt figure given for surface data. 1. The data is massively adjusted (equivalent to all the warming since 1940) 2. The stations just happen to have … Continue reading

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A complete explanation of the ice-age cycle.

This article is one of a number I’ve been doing developing my ideas on the Ice-age cycle. I will try to summarise the key ideas and explain how they fit. However, with such a complex subject and so many new … Continue reading

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Those approving wind lunacy to face personal liability

I’m sure that sooner or later the legal profession is going to realise that with some $trillion in value being made from this scam – that there’s an awful lot of ways they can make a huge amount of money … Continue reading

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Long -Term Climate Change: What Is A Reasonable Sample Size?

In WUWT Tim Ball asks a simple question: Long -Term Climate Change: What Is A Reasonable Sample Size? And the answer is fairly simple. For a reasonable degree of certainty (~75% – but see end) One needs around 10x the … Continue reading

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Review of possible mechanisms for long-term climate change

Two apparently contradictory headlines caught my attention today: Some types of trees may make climate change worse, not better Forestry practices have negative climate effects, researchers say To which my response was “of course trees cause climate change” – that … Continue reading

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