Articles Tagged: Temperature Trends

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 […]

Why Has There Been No Global Warming for the Last Decade?

On Thursday, October 10, Marshall Institute Chairman, Dr. William Happer, a professor of physics at Princeton University, delivered remarks on climate change science before the Princeton Physics Colloquium. The speech offers a detailed scientific examination of the role of carbon dioxide in driving temperature change.

The Next IPCC Report: Leaks, Spin, and Efforts Not be Embarrassed

One thing seems certain. The IPCC will not admit to past errors in its assessments or to the inadequacy of the models on which it has relied on to support its preconceived judgments.

Dr. Roy W. Spencer’s Statement to the Environment and Public Works Committee of the United States Senate, July 18, 2013

Institute Director Dr. Roy Spencer testified before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on July 18, 2013.

Junk Science Week: Epic climate model failure

Nearby is a running graph of 5-year averages for the tropical tropospheric temperature, climate models versus observations. In all, 73 climate models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project are plotted against observations so that their respective 1979-2012 trend lines all intersect in 1979, which we believe is the most meaningful way to simultaneously plot the […]

Happer Discussing Climate Science

  Dr. William Happer discusses climate science on CNBC.

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

Institute Director Dr. Roy Spencer discussing climate change.  

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