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Brains for the Earth
  • Let’s start out with my in-the-moment string of notes during the Press Preview at this year’s NAIAS (Detroit Auto Show). This covers the main ideas about this year’s...
  • 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,...
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  • Trump Watch January 3 2019
    Fri, 4 Jan 19, 1:57am
    Day 683: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch January 2 2019
    Thu, 3 Jan 19, 6:12am
    Day 682: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 19 2018
    Thu, 20 Dec 18, 2:06am
    Day 668: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 18 2018
    Wed, 19 Dec 18, 8:37am
    Day 667: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 17 2018
    Tue, 18 Dec 18, 7:17am
    Day 666: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 12 2018
    Thu, 13 Dec 18, 2:50am
    Day 661: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 11 2018
    Wed, 12 Dec 18, 3:44am
    Day 660: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
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  • by Joachim Dengler This post is the first of two extracts from the paper Improvements and Extension of the Linear Carbon Sink Model. Introduction – Modelling the Carbon Cycle...
  • By Javier Vinós The climate event of 2023 was truly exceptional, but the prevailing catastrophism about climate change hinders its proper scientific analysis...
  • by Judith Curry Today I’m participating in a panel on K-12 education, hosted by the National Association of Scholars. You can watch the event on youtube. The even is launching...
  • By Javier Vinós Part I in this series on the Sun and climate described how we know that the Sun has been responsible for some of the major climate changes that have occurred over the...
  • by Judith Curry Last January, I visited Prager U in California.  I recorded several videos.  Science.feedback.org has done a fact check on my 5 minute video, which is the topic of...
  • by Javier Vinós Part 2 of a 3-part series. Part I is here. The effect of the Sun on climate has been debated for 200 years. The basic problem is that when we study the past, we observe...
  • by Judith Curry My talk on Climate Uncertainty and Risk, presented at the Annual GWPF Lecture Video of the presentation [here].  My ppt slides can be downloaded here [ GWPF uncert...
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by Steve McIntyre
  • As discussed in previous article, Esper et al (2024) link, the newest hockey stick diagram, asserted that 2023 was the “warmest summer” in millennia by an updated version...
  • A couple of weeks ago, the New York Times and other institutional media proclaimed that “tree rings” (sometimes “ancient tree rings”) had “shown”...
  • Recently, while re-examining PAGES2K, the current paleoclimate darling, I noticed that PAGES2K(2019) reverted to a variation of the Twisted Tree Heartrot Hill (Yukon) [TTHH] tree ring...
  • Today’s article is about one of the D’Arrigo et al 2006 datasets. D’Arrigo et al 2006, then under submission, had been cited in drafts of the IPCC Fourth Assessment...
  • MBH98 used three Jacoby tree ring chronologies from Alaska: Four Twelve (ak031) – discussed here, Arrigetch (ak032) and Sheenjek (ak033). Sheenjek will be discussed in this article....
  • Four Twelve (Alaska) was one of the 11 Jacoby and D’Arrigo series used in MBH98. In our original 2003 article, we observed that the MBH98 version of this chronology differed substantially...
  • We’ve long discussed the bias imparted by ex post selection of data depending on whether it went up in the 20th century.  Likening such after-the-fact selection to a drug study...
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  • Curiouser and curiouser
    Fri, 7 Jun 19, 6:25pm
    While looking for something else, I came across an article in the Mail about the recent report on Net Zero from the Committee on Climate Change. Apparently, in order to reach...
  • Yesterday, the New York Times got rather upset over changes to President Trump’s climate policy, which it represented a hardening of his “attack on climate science”.
  • Toby's eyes have been opened
    Thu, 9 May 19, 7:28pm
    The journalist Toby Young has been looking at yesterday’s rather lurid story about biodiversity, and the claim that a million species are going to be lost if we don’t...
  • A reader posted this in the comments to the previous post. It's by an electrician in Melbourne, and describes some work he had done on the feasibility of installing EV charging points...
  • What will net zero cost?
    Fri, 3 May 19, 6:24pm
    Yesterday's CCC report was a masterpiece of bureaucratic obfuscation, with acres of verbiage and a generous sprinkling of buzzwords that was never entirely successful in obscuring a...
  • I have an article up at Think Scotland, on the subject of induced energy poverty WE HAVE JUST learned something of the human cost of the government’s increasingly absurd energy...
  • This was posted up at Reaction magazine earlier today.
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A perfectly good civilization is going to waste...
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Just don't tell me the debate's over…
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CO2 is NOT the climate control knob
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  • We present some business ideas for those of you who think that the future is greener than the present- we can think of some who don't ---. The advice is general and does not apply exclusively...
  • We use the tiger (this is a prime Siberian example) to show up our failure to conserve wild species, but while we monopolise all the food that animals require, we could remember that...
  • How can you describe the threats existing to species, both large and small? Using the highly-threatened primates, we can perhaps see how they have contrived to exist until the current...
  • How can you describe the threats existing to species, both large and small? Using the highly-threatened primates, we can perhaps see how they have contrived to exist until the current...
  • Butterflies just love ants ---.
    Wed, 12 Sep 18, 11:31pm
    What does that blue butterfly do when you are not watching. We still have to discover exactly how the Eurasian large blue exploits Myrmica ants, but many of its relatives are either...
  • For several years, excitement has been building over the Atlantic presence of Manta birostris and Manta cf birostris/ this is the classification system trying to tell us of a potential...
  • Ocean plastic pollution could triple in a decade without action by the ocean economy. TOMRA CEO Stefan Ranstrand responds to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of the Sea report...
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