- Cold Air Rises – a new study challenges climate model
- Scientific analysis of the effect of CO2 on global temperature change
- 5680-year tree-ring temperature record for southern South America shows recent warming is not exceptional
- Analysis of a carbon forecast gone wrong: the case of the IPCC FAR
- Polar Bear Population Surges
Category Archives: Storms, Fires, etc.
Australian Bushfires, 2019/20
Bushfires are a highly emotive thing. The loss is huge, and on many counts. Homes, memories, livelihoods, land, wildlife and people. The human and economic cost is immense. The bushfires in Australia over the 2019/20 summer period have created their … Continue reading
Is the incidence of major storms increasing over recent years?
A claim that I’ve frequently heard is that the incidence and severity of major storms has been increasing over the past few decades, and this increase is evidence of climate change. Dr Judith Curry has provided a scientific review of … Continue reading
Is human activity causing the Australian bushfires of 2019/20?
There has been significant interest in the bushfire season globally. Bushfires are a tragedy, particularly with destruction, and in this case, many deaths. The hyperbole about this years’ bushfires is unfortunately somewhat overwhelming, with cries of ‘Climate Change!’ This year’s … Continue reading
Frequency of Cyclones in Australia at 500+ Year Low
There is conjecture that Climate Change is being seen through an increase in frequency of major storms. This journal article, published in Nature in 2014 shows that the frequency of Cyclones reaching the Australian coast is lower than it has … Continue reading
Decline in Deaths from Extreme Weather, 1900–2010
A common argument from climate alarmists is that climate change has led to an increase in the frequency and intensity of storms; floods; and droughts. In fact, the converse would appear to be true. Golanky (2011) found that the aggregate … Continue reading
Incidence of wildfire in the USA
The frequency and intensity of wildfire is often cited as an example of climate change. Many websites refer to both anecdotes and data to show that the incidence of fire is increasing in North America/ the USA. An example is … Continue reading
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