Articles Tagged: El Nino

2015 Will Be Record Warm in Surface Temperatures…But Still Below Model Forecasts

With 5/12 (41.7%) of the votes counted, John Christy and I are now prepared to call 2015 as the winner of the Warmest Year in the Thermometer Record election. The latest exit polling of El Nino forecasts suggests an unusually hot turnout from the East Pacific region this year, which is why we are calling […]

How deep ocean warming can “bypass the surface”

There seems to be continuing confusion regarding how the deep ocean can warm without an observable temperature increase at the ocean surface. I’m not talking about a change in the geothermal heat flux at the bottom of the ocean. And I’m not claiming Kevin Trenberth is right that this has actually happened in recent years. […]

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 […]

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