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  • Best Commuter Bikes Wed, 17 Feb 16, 3:05am
    Bike manufacturers have answered the call to the increased population of bike commuters by designing full lines of commuter specific bikes. Though many of these commuter bikes aren’t cheap, if you’re giving up...
  • A Korean research team has achieved record level efficiency in solar cells, using a new formula for mixing perovskite structures. Perovskite is an inexpensive, abundant mineral, and the researchers have found ways to make...
  • Problems With The Scalpel Method Sun, 29 Jun 14, 3:16pm
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In an insightful post at WUWT by Bob Dedekind, he talked about a problem with temperature adjustments. He pointed out that the stations are maintained, by doing things like periodically cutting...
  • The Daily Mash: TEMPERATURES in the UK are going to fall sharply over the coming weeks because that is what happens at this time of year, it has been claimed...
  • Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I have long suspected a theoretical error in the way that some climate scientists estimate the uncertainty in anomaly data...
  • Cycles Without The Mania Tue, 30 Jul 13, 5:37am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Are there cycles in the sun and its associated electromagnetic phenomena? Assuredly. What are the lengths of the cycles? Well, there’s the question. In the process of writing my recent...
  • Although the glass and marble structure is something of an engineering feat, the materials aren't very soul-enriching, which is why MenoMeno Piu and BE.ST literally incorporated foliage into the design. This improves the...
  • By Land and By Sea Mon, 6 May 13, 12:12pm
    Guest post by Willis Eschenbach Bob Tisdale has discussed a variety of issues with the hemispheric and basis-by-basin Levitus summary of the ARGO data in his excellent post here on WUWT...
  • Jet exhaust as climate forcing Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The good folks over at the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project have published their paper about urban heat islands...
  • From the The Washington Times – By Willie Soon and William M. Briggs Scientists have been studying solar influences on the climate for more than 5,000 years. Chinese imperial astronomers kept detailed sunspot records....
  • Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve argued in a variety of posts that the usual canonical estimate of climate sensitivity, which is 3°C of warming for a doubling of CO2, is an order of magnitude too large...
  • I noted with a chuckle today, this statement over at the California Academy of Sciences “Climate Change Blog”: I think that we all need to be careful of not falling into the unqualified and inexpert morass characterized...
  • The media have lapped up Richard Muller's "Damascene conversion" story, with some journalists even going so far as to call him, laughably and shamefully, a "denier"...
  • Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Richard Mueller and the good folks over at the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) project have released their temperature analysis back to 1750, and are making their usual unsupportable...
  • Global Warming? Yeah, right Mon, 30 Jul 12, 5:15am
    Have a look at this chart. It tells you pretty much all you need to know about the much-anticipated scoop by Anthony Watts of Watts Up With That? What it means, in a nutshell, is that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
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