Posted 31 December 2013

Here are two important new papers  by Professor Nils-Axel Morner and others. The first paper discusses patterns in solar variability, their planetary origin and terrestrial effects. The second paper covers their general conclusions.

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Posted 31 December 31, 2013

"The Long Pause just got three months longer. Last month, the RSS monthly global mean lower-troposphere temperature anomalies showed no global warming for exactly 204 months – the first dataset to show the full 17 years without warming specified by Santer as demonstr...

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Posted 31 December 2013

"They set out to compare Douglas Mawson's century-old observations with their own modern readings, but a stranded band of true-believing, Australian-led warmistrs has discovered there is still plenty of ice in Antarctica. Also, that embarrassment can be almost as painful a...

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Posted 29 December 2013

Leighton Smith, host of New Zealand;'s top-rated radio talkback show, on NewstalkZB (www.newstalkzb.co.nz) has recently published his autobiography. Here is the text of the chapter in which he explains why he is known as one of his country's best known climate change skept

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Posted 24 December 2013

"The lack of any discernible trend in weather patterns this century did not prevent climate change activists trying to pin the blame on fossil fuel burning and holding up such events as examples of what will become commonplace this century if global emissions of carbon dio...

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