Clive Best

  • Imperial’s Pessimistic Model
    by Clive Best on 6 april 2021 at 14:16

    Boris has clearly been spooked by a new gloomy modelling study by the Imperial Group which puts his road map to normality in jeopardy. How is this possible when the UK’s case rate is falling and ~ […]


  • March Sea Ice: Arctic Stable 16 Years, Gains...
    by P Gosselin on 14 april 2021 at 16:40

    Though it has dropped since its peak in 1979, Arctic sea ice extent in March has remained stable since 2005. There are two months that are of particular interest in the Arctic: September, when sea […]

Joanne Nova

Climate Scepticism

Energy Matters

  • Drone Strike on Saudi Arabia Knocks out 5% of...
    by Euan Mearns on 17 september 2019 at 20:46

    On Saturday 14 September the Abqaiq oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia were hit by an air borne attack assumed to be a drone. Abqaiq lies to the NE of Ghawar, the world's largest oil field and […]

Jennifer Marohasy

  • Know Your Plates (Part 1)
    by jennifer on 4 april 2021 at 08:22

    Reef building hard corals in the order Scleractinia are animals that could be mistaken for plants. One of the most common such corals at the Great Barrier Reef is Acropora hyacinthus. At Myrmidon […]

Living on the Real World

Ron Clutz

  • Spring 2021: Warm is Cold, and Down is Up
    by Ron Clutz on 13 april 2021 at 21:11

    The cold Spring this year is triggering responses turning natural factors upside down and backwards, confusing causes and effects.  For example, this article at Science Daily Snow chaos in Europe […]

Warwick Hughes

  • Coastal erosion at Port Fairy Victoria
    by Warwick Hughes on 13 april 2021 at 01:06

    The ABC report boulders strewn across a road after storm waves and quote experts blaming sea level rise. It seems that almost three years ago there were works extending a rock wall. Monthly sea level […]

Climate Resistance

  • Texas: a crisis caused by policy, not climate
    by Ben Pile on 24 februari 2021 at 01:52

    Blaming climate change for the cold snap, or renewables for the blackouts, lets energy planners off the hook. In mid-February, an unexpected and severe cold snap hit most of the USA. It was caused by […]

David Appell

  • Defense Expert Owned in Derek Chauvin Trial
    by David Appell on 15 april 2021 at 04:10

     This happened today at the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd:Oops! I wonder how much he was being paid by the defense. I hope they stopped payment or asked for their money back.


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And Then There’s Physics

  • Eight years
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 13 april 2021 at 12:09

    I’ve just realised that I started this blog eight years ago today. This past year has been relatively quiet, partly because it’s been a rather unusual year and I’ve not really felt all that […]

Water Techbyrie

Hockey Schtick

Our Changing Climate

  • Misinformation in Planet of the Humans
    by Bart Verheggen on 30 april 2020 at 21:55

    Jeff Gibbs’ new documentary, Planet of the Humans, is raising a lot of hackles. Strangely enough, the documentary appeals to pseudo-skeptics as well as anti-capitalists and neo-Malthusians, but of […]