The scientific method and climate change

How scientists know By Holly Shaftel, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in a June 1, 2018 article Online  —  The scientific method is the gold standard for exploring our natural world. You might have learned about it in grade school, but

The Role of Human Activity (in Global Warming)

Carbon Dioxide And Global Warming – How Do We Know? Online. —  NASA has an easy-to-read summary of the Global Warming situation online at: So, before it could be cancelled, for any reason, it seems wise to keep most

A Major Editorial Shift on Global Warming Education

Plus Countering Deniers Southampton, PA, USA. — Those that follow our news may have noted that recently we began posting more news on the subject of Global Warming and pointing out the errors and arguments leveled against the scientific understanding

The Madhouse Effect: Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump

Published on Feb 9, 2017 How climate change denial is threatening our planet, destroying our politics, and driving us crazy. With the election of Donald Trump to the Presidency of the United States, it now seems climate change denial has

Indian, Pacific Oceans Temporarily Hide Global Warming

NASA Finding Pasadena, CA, USA — A new NASA study of ocean temperature measurements at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) shows in recent years extra heat from greenhouse gases has been trapped in the waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans.

Nobel prize-winning scientist cites evidence of link between extreme weather, global warming

This research was presented at the 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society – 20 August 2012 Image Credit: Comstock/Thinkstock PHILADELPHIA PA, USA ??? New scientific analysis strengthens the view that record-breaking summer heat, crop-withering drought and other extreme

Global Temperature Report – April 2010

Second warmest April on record is warmest month in the Arctic Huntsville AL, USA – /Newswise/ ??? Global climate trend since Nov. 16, 1978: +0.14 ??C per decade: April temperatures (preliminary) Global composite temp.: +0.50 ??C (about 0.9 ??F) above