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A Big Thankyou to Dave Lambert and Frinton & Clacton Gazette

A recent post was noticed by Dave Lambert and ended up on front page of Frinton & Walton Gazette. Dave asked EA for a response and printed some of this too link to Dave’s piece in Gazette the post sea … Continue reading

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No Correlation CO2 & Temperature From 2004-14 & 1960-76

Lack of correlation disproves causation. Correlation only suggests it. Lack of correlation between CO2 and temperature shows CO2 does not cause rising temperatures. Correlation measures how well 2 quantities are linked. A correlation of around 1 indicates things move together … Continue reading

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2ºC Warmer 5000 years Ago In Orkneys

Temperatures were 2ºC warmer 5000 years ago according to archaeological and geological evidence from Skara Brae in Orkneys, Scotland Professor Ian Stewart presented the series Making Scotland’s Landscape, one program focused on historic climate. I produced the following chart from … Continue reading

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Naze Cliffs Fall Into Sea Even Though It’s Known How To Stop It

The Naze cliffs are crumbling into sea.  This is EA and so UK government policy. A few yards to south the cliffs have been stopped from falling into sea. Here are cliffs near Naze Tower, the people on cliffs probably … Continue reading

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Global Temperature Pause September 1996 to July 2014

Global temperature measurements from RSS satellite show temperatures have been flat from September 1996 to July 2014.  No change for 18 years 10 months despite rising CO2. This is a serious problem for the idea that CO2 causes global warming.  … Continue reading

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Rates Of Sea Level Rise Around The World – August 2014

PSMSL holds global tide gauge data. For a tide gauge  PSMSL show graphs of sea level but  not the rate of sea level rise.  So I’ve done it. There are more than 1400 tide gauges so I’ve put the results … Continue reading

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US EPA Heatwave Index 1895-2013 Shows 1930s Hottest By Far

US Environmental Protection Agency website shows the this graph of US Annual Heat Wave Index, 1895-2013 www.epa.gov/climatechange/science/indicators/weather-climate/high-low-temps.html   So I guess the 1930’s were the hottest then? Strange CO2 levels were much lower then. h/t joannenova.com.au

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Global Temperature And CO2 Levels For Last 600 Million Years

Over last 600million years global temperatures have been 7°C higher and CO2 levels 17.5 times than today without help of man or fossil fuels! From geocraft.com

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Thanks to Godfrey Bartlett EssexWalks.com

Godfrey sent me this email Hi, Just a note to say I find your analysis of temperature and sea level records fascinating. As much as I love nature reserves for leisure purposes, I’m getting an increasing sense that the big … Continue reading

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Central England Temperatures and HadCRUT4 – Feb 2014

CET, the world’s longest instrumental temperature record, clearly show temperatures have been close to current levels many times since 1660. This is a fatal problem for the theory of man made global warming (aka climate change). How can human emissions … Continue reading

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