Tuesday, November 27, 2012

THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper contradicts IPCC assumptions about precipitation
The IPCC claims that a warming climate causes an increased variability of precipitation and that wet areas will become wetter and dry areas drier. However, a new paper published in Geophysical Research Letters finds on the basis of global observations from 1940-2009 that the opposite was true: precipitation variability decreased, there was no significant change in global average precipitation, and that dry areas became wetter and wet areas drier
How GISS Temperatures Diverge From RSS « NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
So, since 1998, GISS have found an extra 0.33C of warming that RSS cannot find. This is an astonishing figure, which effectively doubles the amount of warming found in total since 1979.
Sunspots not an indicator of solar cycle | The Next Grand Minimum
Underlying solar cycle activity can’t be predicted by sunspot numbers (NASA/TRACE)

A new study of ice core samples has found the link between sunspot activity and the Sun’s solar cycle isn’t as strong as previously thought
Top Canadian meteorologist forecasts harsher, colder winter than last year

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