Let’s start by examining the land temperature record for the continental US. This is the gold standard for two reasons; it comes from an amazing network of stations sprinkled throughout the country going back over a hundreds years, and it comes from teams of trained meteorologists responsible for taking reliable […]

One of the best sources for the land temperature record is the Historical Climatology Network (HCN). This is a record produced by thousands of individuals all across the globe that visit meteorological weather stations each and every day and dutifully record the min and max temperatures, along with precipitation levels. […]

Came across a few scientists and their discussions about the climate sensitivity to CO2 concerning the gas law and adiabatic auto pressure which stems from the first law of thermodynamics. Adiabatic heating occurs when the pressure of a gas is increased. The work done to compress the gas is directly […]