Category Archives: Temperature

Environment Agency And Me – Jan 2014

I was largely unaware of Environment Agency till 2009, then they tried to knock a hole in sea wall about 1/2 mile from my house. I live in Kirby-le-Soken in Essex near the section of sea wall labelled B4a in … Continue reading

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Uncertainties In Global Temperature Data – At Least 0.5C – Jan 2014

Graphs of global temperatures in media rarely show uncertainties yet no measurement is completely accurate,   ±0.5C uncertainty is a plausible minimum uncertainty for monthly average temperatures.  UK Met Office say there has been a rise in temperature of 0.8C … Continue reading

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Global Temperature Rise Do Cycles Or Straight Lines Fit Best – May 2013

Which line best fits this graph of global temperature rise  ( HADCRUT4 global mean via woodfortrees.org ) Ok they’re not graphs of temperature but temperature anomaly, which is the difference between temperature at average over some period. A combination of … Continue reading

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A Single Graph Shows CO2 Does Not Change Temperature Change – May 2013

On 24 July 2012 in a lecture at Sydney Institute, Professor Murray Salby clearly demonstrated  rising levels of  CO2 do not change temperatures, increasing temperature leads to rising levels of CO2.  Hockeyschtick shows it in one graph! How does this … Continue reading

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Piers Corby May 2013 – Do Sea Surface Temperature Records Support His Method

Last year I posted about Pier’s dramatic prediction for UK weather in May 2012. Piers’ method is based on motion of Sun and Moon and features a cycle of about 60 years. So when I saw a post by Bob … Continue reading

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Increasing CO2 Raises Global Temperature Or Does Increase Temperature Raise CO2

On 24 July 2012 in a lecture at Sydney Institute, Professor Murray Salby clearly demonstrated the  widely held belief, promoted by IPCC, is wrong.  It is not rising CO2 which leads to increased global temperature.  Increasing temperature leads to rising … Continue reading

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UK May 2012 Coldest For 100 Years – Was Piers Corbyns Prediction Right

Around 19 April Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction.com made a prediction eastern and northern parts of Britain would have coldest or near coldest May for 100 years with 80% certainty of being coldest and 90% certainty of being in the 5 … Continue reading

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Global Temperature Is It Rising Or Falling, Does It Even Exist?

Global temperatures are central to the alarm over climate change and global warming. The entire issue is driven by global temperatures having risen about 0.5°C since 1980. It is claimed by IPCC this rise has been caused by green house … Continue reading

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IPCC Global Warming Alarm Over CO2 But Stay Silent On Suns Growing Heat

I want to encourage you to read Peter Taylor’s book Chill.  The key point is from 1990 to 2000 changes in the sun’s output and reduction in cloud cover were responsible for an increase of at least 6 wm-2 at … Continue reading

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How High Will Melting Ice Cause Sea Levels To Rise When Temperatures Rise 4°C?

So How High Will The Seas Rises When Temperatures Rise Due To Global Warming? It’s a trick question. Temperature does not cause ice to melt. Temperature is an indication of how much (heat) energy stuff has.  Or in every day … Continue reading

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