Tag: sunspots

Global warming and Space Weather: There’s FAR more going on than you realize

2021 UPDATE – April: “If the facts don’t match the theory, it’s the theory that must be wrong.” 2021 UPDATE – January: “A number of missions launched in recent years are keeping an eye on the Sun, gathering data that could help forecast its weather in the future.” (Kramer, M. (January 21, 2021). Small structures […]

The Lowdown on Anthropogenic Global Warming / Climate Change

global energy flows

As a registered statistician and well-educated scientist (3 degrees and 37 years of experience), I’ve been all over the IPCC’s and others’ data they use to justify the claim that rising CO2 levels are responsible for global warming. Here’s what I found:   1. There is indeed evidence that the Earth has gone through a […]

The “97%” and why the IPCC, NOAA and other climate data is lacking

A friend of mine recently commented on how two years of data shows a decided cooling trend.  We must be careful to remember the difference between weather, which is what occurs on any given day, week, month, year, and even 11-year sunspot cycle, and climate, which is what occurs over the long haul.   Furthermore, […]

New Information Puts Modern “Blip” Into Climate Change Perspective

Greenland Ice Core Data

“Averaged over all land and ocean surfaces, temperatures warmed roughly 1.53°F (0.85ºC) from 1880 to 2012, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (see page 3 of the IPCC’s Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis, Summary for Policymakers – PDF).”HOWEVER, according to NASA, “The connection between solar activity and terrestrial climate is an […]