Clive Best: Any AGW signal in UK temperature data ? – Nope ! « Tallbloke's Talkshop
The Central England Temperature data is the longest continuous instrument measurements in the world from 1650 – 2012 . Do they show evidence of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW)? Likewise detailed UK station temperature measurements since 1940 are available through Hadcrut4 dataset. Do these show recent enhanced temperature rises due ever increasing CO2 levels? The answer to both questions is a definitive nope! There is no AGW signal present in either dataset - see figure 1.Happy Xmas!! « NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
Even warmists deserve something at Xmas, so here’s my present list.New forecast for global warming : Voice of Russia
Mikey Mann – A new hockey stick, to replace his old one which is well and truly broken.
Homer Hansen – A violin, so he can get more practice at fiddling.
Phil Jones – A can of whitewash for the next inquiry.
Katharine Hayhoe – A history book.
David Viner – A snow shovel.
In its annual forecast for next year, the UK’s Met Office predicts that global temperatures are forecast to be 0.57C above the long-term average next year, making 2013 one of the warmest years on record. This means that the next few decades may see a spate of catastrophic changes take place on Earth, something that some experts say will be caused by a cold spell-turned-new glacial age rather than global warming. They argue that the cold snap may begin already in 2014.Wood touted as 'new' renewable fuel in Maryland - baltimoresun.com
"It's the workhorse of renewable energy in Europe and should be in the United States," said William Strauss, president of a Maine-based consulting firm specializing in what it calls "bioenergy."Flashback: Wood-burning blamed for poor air in Fairbanks - USATODAY.com
ANCHORAGE — On winter days when the air is still and Fairbanks area residents fire up their wood stoves and outdoor boilers, Alaska's second-largest city becomes entombed in a shroud of pollution.