Articles Tagged: Clouds

Do Satellite Temperature Trends Have a Spurious Cooling from Clouds?

The validity of the satellite record of global temperature is sometimes questioned; especially since it shows only about 50% of the warming trend as do surface thermometers over the 36+ year period of satellite record. The satellite measurements are based upon thermal microwave emissions by oxygen in the atmosphere. But like any remote sensing technique, […]

Dr. Roy Spencer on Global Warming, ‘No one knows’

Institute Director Dr. Roy Spencer discussing climate change.  

Our Chaotic Climate System

Over the last quarter century, mainstream climate science has changed dramatically, from a paradigm where climate changes naturally to one where climate forever remains the same unless humans meddle with it. The reasons for this paradigm shift are clearly not based on science. Sure, you can always analyze some dataset in such a way that […]

Climate Science Money Trail Calls into Question Motive of Editor’s Resignation

As President Clinton famously once observed, politics is a contact sport. And the politics surrounding climate science is no exception. The latest example stems from the climate establishment’s reaction to a research paper by University of Alabama climatologist Roy Spencer published in the geography journal, Remote Sensing. (Dr. Spencer, who also happens to be on […]

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