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Brains for the Earth
  • For an EcoGeek, there were many surprises at the 2017 edition of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). We’ve been watching the emphasis on green cars decline for...
  • Residential power storage options are starting to get more competitive with a flow battery being introduced to the market in Australia. Flow batteries have been something we’ve...
  • The “world’s largest aircraft,” the Airlander 10, is being readied for flights to begin later this year. The Airlander 10 is a massive hybrid aircraft that combines...
  • Researchers are exploring the novel idea of using metals as fuels. This is not some new, exotic science-fiction material, but rather plentiful, ordinary metals such as iron that could...
  • Nobody is trying to save the planet with green cars anymore. The days of green cars being featured at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) seem to be over.  Gone are...
  • Not every energy technology that is explored is going to lead to a successful new power industry. Osmosis power was one of the more unusual technologies we’ve come across. But now,...
  • A new way of building roads with recycled plastic is being developed by Dutch company KWS Infra. As a resident of Michigan, where the combination of hard northern winters and a legislature...
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Future-forward design for the world you inhabit
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The voice of The Sietch community
  • Trump Watch: Well holy shit…everything seems to be going bad for Trump all at once.  Frankly I am surprised it took this long for the entire house of cards to crumble. You got...
  • Trump Watch: We must stop Trumps pick for the Supreme Court, Trump may not last a year, his Supreme Court shouldn’t last generations.  Call your senator now and demand they...
  • Trump Watch: Trumps new budget will make America weak, sick and stupid…so much for those simple hat slogans.  The worst part is that they just can’t keep lying about it....
  • Trump’s Crimes: The number of people who regret voting for Trump is growing, they are starting to see just how badly they were lied to.  I continue to believe that if done right,...
  • Trump Crimes: Trump still hasn’t released his taxes, but if he wants to run for office again (at least in New Jersey) he will have to, Chris Christie still has to sign it into...
  • Trump Watch: When Trump was told that the people hurt most under Trumpcare were his own voters he say “Oh, I know”.  This man is a demon, and if you voted for him he would...
  • Trump Watch: Trumps second unconstitutional Muslim ban has been overturned.  Trump isn’t happy, but maybe this will teach him something about how the law works.  It should also...
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by Steve McIntyre
  • November 18 marks the centenary of the end of the Battle of the Somme, an event that passed essentially unnoticed, though it was a seminal event in the development of modern Canada. Its...
  • Despite extraordinarily intense coverage of all aspects of Hillary Clinton’s emails, all commentary to date (to my knowledge), even the underlying FBI Report, has paid little...
  • A guest post by Nic Lewis Introduction A recent PAGES 2k Consortium paper in Nature,[i] Abram et al., that claims human-induced, greenhouse gas driven warming commenced circa 180 years...
  • In today’s post, I’m going to re-examine (or more accurately, examine de novo) Ed Cook’s Mt Read (Tasmania) chronology, a chronology recently used in Gergis et al...
  • Jan Esper, prominent in early Climate Audit posts as an adamant serial non-archiver, has joined with 17 other tree ring specialists, to publish “Ranking of tree-ring based temperature...
  • Gergis and Law Dome
    Thu, 4 Aug 16, 12:52am
    In today’s post, I’m going to examine Gergis’ dubious screening out of the Law Dome d18O series, a series that has been of long-standing interest at Climate Audit...
  • Joelle Gergis, Data Torturer
    Fri, 22 Jul 16, 8:05am
    In 2012, the then much ballyhoo-ed Australian temperature reconstruction of Gergis et al 2012 mysteriously disappeared from Journal of Climate after being criticized at Climate Audit...
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  • Petition to the President
    Tue, 28 Feb 17, 12:19am
    Guest Post by David Holland Dick Lindzen has sent to President Trump a letter and petition signed by some 300 scientists and experts (H/T Anthony Watts). The petition is for the US...
  • ClimateGate 2.0?
    Tue, 7 Feb 17, 1:46am
    Just about everywhere. Story at Judy Curry's, Mail on Sunday, GWPF, WUWT,and Twitter of course.
    Tags: josh, gwpf, climate curry, david rose
  • Myron Ebell, who led President Trump's transition team for the Environmental Protection Agency, gave a fascinating talk at the House of Commons today on Trump's approach to environmental...
  • "Alternative facts" are the new thing.
    Tags: josh
  • A sin of omission
    Thu, 19 Jan 17, 8:27pm
    The BBC was worried about primates this morning. Apparently loss of forest habitat means that our hairy cousins are facing the threat of extinction. Professor Jo Setchell is quoted...
  •   Last night Professor Fritz Vahrenholt gave a hugely interesting talk on Germany's experiment with renewable energy. I will add a link to the talk when it is posted up by the...
  • Peter Melchett's potty time
    Tue, 10 Jan 17, 3:38am
    This is a guest post by Charlie Flindt. I can’t see what all the fuss is about; I loved 2016. The Left spent much of the year deafening us with its whining, and flooding us with...
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A perfectly good civilization is going to waste...
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Because the world needs another opinion
  • So, to the couple hundred readers who still stop by, Anthony Watts has a fun activity going on.  Kenji, the full fledged yet unvetted member of the union of concerned scientists, is...
  • Definition of bigot :  a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially:  one who regards or treats the members of a group...
  • Another Day
    Thu, 10 Nov 16, 10:05pm
    So the election went well for America.   For those who live outside of the  US, you won’t understand just how much regulation the largest government on the planet can inflict,...
  • Just one post ago. Like Nostradamus. Hell, I was having fun because for a short time the other day I couldn’t find a different angle as to why Comey would have the FBI working...
  • Bad Trump – Open Thread
    Mon, 7 Nov 16, 6:53am
    So She is a crook, an absolutely guilty criminal with behaviors beyond treasonous.  She has collected money from foreign governments, spent the money on her own family, she went from...
  • The November Surprise
    Thu, 3 Nov 16, 8:30am
    So each election for president in the last several cycles has include revelations by the liberal media that the conservative has done something bad— in the last 3 days.  Romney...
  • It seems obvious that the data the FBI has from Weiner and Huma is absolutely damning.  Comey had to come out with it now or he would be culpable.  Otherwise he could just duck the...
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Just don't tell me the debate's over…
  • Forget Iran, North Korea and Islamic State. The fact that the planet will likely disappear under multiple nuclear mushroom clouds well before the climate has any effect seems to have...
  • Here at ACM we always thought Rajendra Pachauri was a wrong-un, especially with his bizarre and creepy penchant for writing steamy novels. Looks like he moved from writing about it...
  • Kevin and Leo: two climate clowns
    Tue, 1 Mar 16, 10:40am
    Sad Aussie has-been Kevin Rudd must be angling for an invitation to hang with DiCaprio at his mansion, sycophantically praising Leo’s idiotic and juvenile climate rant at the...
  • It’s taken so long for Leo to win an Oscar, he turned up with a speech about climate change that was twenty years out of date. When he finally got the nod from the Academy, he...
  • Shock! Mann’s stick droops…
    Mon, 29 Feb 16, 4:42pm
    Mann’s membrum virile is a little more flaccid than it was a decade ago – well, it happens to the best of us. This detumescence has occurred following the publication...
  • The Climate Inquisitors got their way and forced an apology – an update on this story from yesterday. But it is a pyrrhic victory, since it is the zealotry that infects the alarmist...
  • Finally worked it out, then, have we? Here are some ACM articles from years past on the subject: From 2012: Maurice Newman on the climate religion From 2011: Cardinal criticises...
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CO2 is NOT the climate control knob
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  • If we take a group of islands that suffer from regular volcanic creation and then erosion back into the sea, can we gather invaluable information about how life evolves generally to...
  • The daring explorer ventures near the dangerous predator at his peril, but this is the army ant, so there are fascinating “guests” and although the danger is real, we can avoid...
  • What can China avoid polluting that we can’t. Well it’s possible that even greater carbon footprints will quickly be trodden if events follow mazy paths in many places.
  • The future of trucks and buses is the mundane work of Nissan Electric and other enterprising manufacturers. The glamour of a fast, light electric car is there to be exploited however,...
  • Auks transform Arctic ecosystems.
    Wed, 15 Feb 17, 9:20pm
    The great auk was gobbled up by sailors. Now the importance of such species is highlighted in a study proving how the barren wastes are transformed into a “green” land where Inuits...
  • Tiger, leopard and dhole! Carnivores, large and small, govern resources across the whole spectrum of natural habitats, whether terrestrial or marine. Here they interact to give real...
  • Have we got the answer to urban living when we solve the huge losses of hedgehogs in suburban neighbourhoods? The adoption of wild roofs and city ecoscapes in general brings some species...
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