The deep water upwelling that has been held at bay for the past year by El Nino, is starting to break through in the equatorial waters of the Pacific. The El Nino that has been underway for the past year has been monstrous, but in most ways it hasn’t matched the granddaddy of them […]
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There have been many stories I have wanted to cover, but I have been working on a project for a while that has been taking up most of my available time. Since I have now completed the first part of the new project I have decided to make a small announcement about the project. It […]
Posted April 1st, 2014. 2 comments
I am a fan of the webcomic XKCD and tend to read it at least weekly. The writer is a very clever and well versed in science and his degree is in physics. Some of the most amusing scientific oddities are discussed in his What-If column. So why am I disappointed? He recently wrote […]
Posted January 29th, 2014. 7 comments
Due to prodigious quantities of spam I have been getting on the pages for that I have had to take them down until I can figure to secure those pages. Thanks for all the review on Amazon. I have been busy, but have not forgotten this project.
Posted December 6th, 2013. Add a comment
The Greenhouse Effect does not cause the changes to the climate to take place, but the Greenhouse Effect is always changing (significant measurable changes on a monthly basis) and what causes the GHE is critical to these climate changes. The approach I have taken is different because I have focused on the Earth’s temperature instead […]
Posted December 11th, 2012. 11 comments
I have been invited to be part of the counter programming on Watts Up With That’s 24 hour broadcast that will be starting tomorrow night. Here is the summary of the event from the Watts website. ———————– Counter programming to Al Gore’s ‘Dirty Weather Report’ will be on WUWT-TV Live starting Wednesday Nov. 14 […]
Posted November 13th, 2012. 4 comments
I have spent way too much time looking at polls over the past month. I have looked at many possibilities, but here is where my final prediction is for the election. I promise you that I am just as surprised to see Michigan as a Romney state this election, but that is where […]
Posted October 30th, 2012. 12 comments
A couple of months ago I posted about my increasing involvement with The Right Climate Stuff group which is largely composed of a group of NASA engineers and scientists. One of the things that they were interested in me doing was going to Houston to give then a presentation about my book. That presentation finally […]
Posted October 2nd, 2012. 5 comments
When I attended the conference back in May, I met several members of The Right Climate Stuff. In the course of the conference there was a fair amount of discussion and I gave them several copies of my book so they could take a look at what I have put together. To me it was interesting because they were asking the same type of questions that I had been asking myself several years ago when I started to get involved in the science of the Earth’s climate.
Posted July 30th, 2012. 1 comment
Between vacation, 4th of July and various family activities I have had far less time to keep updates going in the past couple of weeks. I have also been working on a variety of different things like economics updates and some political analysis. So I expect that over the next few months as the political […]