Inconvenient Research: More frequent hurricanes not necessarily stronger on Atlantic coast

So more ‘settled’ hurricane science — ‘Active Atlantic hurricane periods, like the one we are in now, are not necessarily a harbinger of more, rapidly intensifying hurricanes along the U.S. coast…’

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NOAA admits: Can’t predict hurricane frequency or intensification in warmer climate

That is the bottom line of a study reporting that we can have a lot of hurricanes or intense hurricanes — but not a lot of intense hurricanes. And no one knows what effect (if any) warming might have.

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Court dismisses Michael Mann defamation lawsuit against National Review

The DC Court of Appeals rules that NRO did not hurt Michael Mann-child’s feelings all that much.
But Michael Mann v. Free Speech remains alive against Mark Steyn and CEI/Rand Simberg.

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Experimental Claim: Treeline may not shift upward in elevation with warming

What the experiment really shows is that warming seedlings with infrared heaters was a fail. Continue reading Experimental Claim: Treeline may not shift upward in elevation with warming