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A 50-Year-Old Global Warming Forecast That Still Holds Up – Eos

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of my mentor, climatologist Mikhail Budyko (1920–2001). Fifty years ago, when the science of climate change prediction was in its infancy, this scientist from the Soviet Union made a series of…

A 50-Year-Old Global Warming Forecast That Still Holds Up – Eos

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of my mentor, climatologist Mikhail Budyko (1920–2001). Fifty years ago, when the science of climate change prediction was in its infancy, this scientist from the Soviet Union made a series of…

Large volcanic eruption caused the largest mass extinction

Researchers say they have found more concrete evidence of the volcanic cause of the largest mass extinction of life. Their research looked at two discrete eruption events: one that was previously unknown to researchers, and the other that resulted in large swaths of terrestrial and marine life going extinct.

New Study Eliminates Confidence In Human Attribution For Modern Global Warming

The forcing uncertainties and lack of observational measurements in the top-to-bottom global ocean preclude an assessment that modern warmth is due to anthropogenic activities. Key points from a new paper (Gebbie, 2021): • 93% of the changes to the Earth’s…

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Scientists Finally Research the Question of Whether Couples Really Do End Up Looking Alike

It may not be the question for the ages, but it’s certainly a question that’s been pondered for ages: Do couples really begin to resemble one another the longer they’re together? A pioneering study conducted in 1987 by University of Michigan psychologist Robert Zajonc suggested that based on factors such as diet, lifestyle, and compatibility, […]

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High Temperatures October 2020

September 2020 global surface air temperature was the highest September temperature on record, according to a Copernicus news release. The image below shows temperatures averaged over the twelve-month period from October 2019 to September 2020. Keep in mind that anomalies…

Biomass and global warming! – Economic Times

Biomass, Black Carbon, and Global warming (BBGs)!! This blog was posted in 2014 but the logic is still valid. Hence I am sharing with those who have an interest in global climate change. According to a paper published in Energy…

Nature Bats Last Show, October 6, 2020

Talk between Sam Carana (SC), Guy McPherson (GM), Kevin Hester (KH) and Pauline Schneider (PS) for Nature Bats Last Show, October 6, 2020.  [embedded content] GM: We are delighted to have the inimitable Sam Carana on today’s show. We submitted…

La Nina Is Here: What It Means For Global Temperatures

As equatorial sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the east-central and the eastern Pacific Ocean continue to cool, what effect will La Nina have on global temperatures this year? La Niña conditions were present in August, and there’s a 75% chance they’ll…