Climate Policy Is a Money-Making Opportunity for the Elite

Climate Policy Is a Money-Making Opportunity for the Elite

Real Clear Energy | By Rupert Darwall  | March 04, 2021 “The climate transition presents a historic investment opportunity,” says BlackRock CEO Larry Fink. “What the financiers, the big banks, the asset managers, private investors, venture capital are all discovering is: There’s a lot of money to be made in the creation of these new [green] jobs,” chimes in presidential …

Why Models Can’t Predict Temperature: A History Of Failure

Why Models Can’t Predict Temperature: A History Of Failure

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley | May 9, 2021 This is a long and technical posting. If you don’t want to read it, don’t whine. The first scientist to attempt to predict eventual warming by doubled CO2, known to the crystal-ball gazers as equilibrium doubled-CO2 sensitivity (ECS), was the Nobel laureate Svante Arrhenius, a chemist, in 1896. He had recently …

Fantasy Versus Reality In Woke-Land

Manhattan Contrarian May 06, 2021/ Francis Menton JP Morgan Chase — it’s hard to find a more “woke” company than that one. Under celebrity CEO Jamie Dimon, JPM in its corporate pronouncements consistently positions itself at the most exquisitely correct end of the politically correct spectrum. But reality can be tough. In its email of a couple of days ago, …

Global temperature of April 2021 dropped below the pause level of the early 2000s

Global temperature of April 2021 dropped below the pause level of the early 2000s

By: Antero Ollila, Ph.D. | May 2, 2021 The satellite temperature measurement UAH of the April has been published, Figure 1.   Figure 2. Monthly values of satellite temperature UAH in 2002–2021. The impact of ENSO events has been calculated using the formula 0.1*ONI (Oceanic Nino Index) applying a delay of five months. The temperature of March has dropped below …

We Live in Cold Times

“We live in the coldest period of the last 10.000 years”, says Danish glaciologist, Jørgen Peder Steffensen who take us back in time to the Grenland icecores and reveals the secrets from the past. Jørgen Peder Steffensen is a professor in ice core related research at the centre for ice and climate at the Niels Bohr Institute the University of …

Atmospheric carbon dioxide variations at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii

Download PDF This browser does not support PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it..  ————————————————————– By CHARLES D. KEELING, ROBERT B. BACASTOW, ARNOLD E. BAINBRIDGE, CARL A. EKDAHL, J R , PETER R. GUENTHER, and L E E S. WATERMAN, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA and JOHN F.S. CHIN, National …

The Relative Percentages of Anthropogenic and Natural Carbon Dioxide in the Earth’s Troposphere

Illustrative image of gas chromatography mass spectrometry apparatus By Tom Tamarkin | May 8, 2021 Download PDF I. Introduction & Statement of Problem Correlations of decrease in “average worldwide temperature” and volcanic activity are high. Correlations of increase in “average worldwide temperatures” and El Niño events are high Empirical measurements and calculations of the relative percentage of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the …