Josh: 2015 Calendar of Climate Capers now available in time for Christmas

Posted: December 10, 2014 by tallbloke in Accountability, Big Green, Education
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Get your orders in quickly, Josh’s 2015 calendar is going to run out faster than Mickey Mann’s box of ‘pause excuse chocs’! The indispensable companion to your climate year, every year. Josh’s wry look at the science, culture, media, and politics of Global Warming is out now. Click the image to be whisked away to the order page or use this link.


  1. ren says:

    Comparison of solar activity in the 23 and 24 cycle.


  2. tallbloke says:

    Ren: Thanks, interesting plot.

  3. ren says:

    Sunspot Area vs. Ap-index.

  4. Richard111 says:

    On BBC More4 last night good looking lady solar physicist talked about low sunspot levels and the possibility of another MAUNDER MINIMUM! Gosh! It was the Extreme Weather program. Can’t find it on the BBC website. Had the mandatory CO2 mention at the end of the program.

  5. Richard111 says:

    Ach! Her name is Lucy Green and she is a space scientist.

  6. ren says:

    Tallbloke I wanted to show that the satellites demonstrate that the greenhouse effect does not work.
    It works just the sun and the albedo. Sorry. Take advantage my links.

  7. tallbloke says:

    Ren: No problem. Sorry to remove your interesting plots from the Miskolczi thread, but we need to focus on specific issues. We agree with you that the Sun and the Albedo are the controlling factors. Please copy and repost your observations here.

  8. ren says:

    Today the temperature in the center of Greenland dropped to -59 degrees C.

  9. ren says:

    Thank you.

  10. ren says:

    Dozens of tourists cut off from the world by storm snow near Mount Everest

  11. Richard111 says:

    ren says: “Today the temperature in the center of Greenland dropped to -59 degrees C.”

    Any chance of a link please. Two sites I use for the Arctic only show about -25C.

  12. ren says:

    Station is in the center of Greenland.

  13. Richard111 says:

    Thanks ren. That really is something to play with.

  14. ren says:

    “Among their findings: The warmer weather allowed forests to reach about 2,500 feet farther up the mountainside than today’s tree line, which is about 11,500 feet above sea level at the Snowmass site. Forests also may have been denser, and smaller trees and grasslands might have been more widespread amid drier conditions.

    “The site is spectacular because it has a single continuous pile of sediment from the most recent interglacial period,” about 120,000 years ago, when conditions were similar to the present, said Ian Miller, chairman of the Earth Sciences Department at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. He is co-director of the museum’s Snowmastodon Project, which is sifting through the material.

    “It’s a beautiful record of the last time it was as warm or warmer than it is today,” he said.’

  15. ren says:

    Recently deceased Professor Zbigniew Jaworowski said:

  16. wayne says:

    Good article written by Jaworowski. Thanks Ben.

  17. wayne says:

    Why in the world would I type Ben? Duh. Echos from a previous comment on a different thread to Ben I guess. I knew it was from you, sorry ren. 😉

  18. ren says:

    Wayne, Ben also nice. Merry Christmas to all.

  19. tallbloke says:

    Thanks Ren, we are now using the dash board on the left column of the blog. 🙂

  20. tallbloke says:

    ren, yes, there was an M8 flare yesterday