Maurie the monitor has got himself into a real spot of bother... While digging to expand his network of tunnels, an unexpected earthquake causes a cave in above him. While trapped underground with his mate's eggs incubating, Maurie is trapped with no way out. Read on to discover how Laurie his mate and some unknown friends work together to free him and his family-to-be. Then find out the life lesson learned from the story.
The Monitor That Caused A Cave In (Island Critters Book 2) Eva Browne-Paterson
I heartily agreeIt started with the tree-ring fiascos at UEA, continued with Michael Manns hockey stick, was picked up by the IPCC, furthered with the NCDC temperature adjustments, keep alive by Ben Santers there needs to be no warming in the troposphere satellite measurements for 17 years before we can declare global warming dead, discounting one of the key predictions of the theory that there would be tropical tropospheric hotspot, refocussing on the very slight ocean heat accumulation instead, continued on by throwing out the satellite measurements of ocean sea surface temperatures which were always considered accurate, even more adjustments by the NCDC, faithful kept believing by refusing to explain exactly how 3.0C per doubling occurs, throwing out the Argo and buoy measured ocean sea surface temperatures and now, trying to throw out the lower troposphere19JohnKnight says: January 19, 2016 at 5:47 pm Aran, It appears to me that you are trying to help switch the burden of proof onto the skeptics Some folks dont like it because it falsifies their belief that dangerous AGW is happeningLotts, when you compare BEST with UAH, you are comparing an crayon abstract of a scape with a high-resolution photograph of that same sceneMann Now on DVD: BUY THIS BOOK! Shameless Plug Donations accepted: fling funds to help keep the www.surfacestations.org project goingRefuting there was a downhill trend after 1998 by showing there was a downhill trend both before and after 1998that the heat content of the global ocean is increasing, though the increase is calculated from ARGO bathythermograph temperature measurements that show warming of the top mile and a quarter of the ocean over the entire 11 full years of the record at a rate equivalent to only 1 Celsius degree every 430 years: 19The 2014-15 period was a weak El Nino (at least before it got Karlized)Here you go Comparisons between Satellite and Radiosondeseyesonu says: January 19, 2016 at 9:48 pm LOL JohnKnight says: January 20, 2016 at 12:26 pm Tom, I have a similar reaction, though a different hit musical comes to mind , , Trouble, oh we got trouble, Right here in Siants City! With a capital T That rhymes with C And that stands for Cool, That stands for coolIt is therefore understandable that virtually all of the historical meteorological data available to the community fail, usually substantially, to measure up to such exacting standardsendedEither way I agree that the decadal representation is not my preferred smoothing technique either, but thats really just a matter of taste isnt it? 15No-one else seemed to know eitherCLIMATE MODEL And what does RSS say about that? It is possible that significant errors are present in the CCM3-derived diurnal cycles, since errors have been demonstrated to be present in the diurnal cycle of cloud cover and precipitation, and the diurnal cycle in near-surface air temperature appears to be too small in the model The other models that get used to create temperature from brightness are NCEP and a raditive transfer model For each channel, we have constructed a brightness temperature climatology for the nominal Earth incidence for each view angle for the instrument, in addition to the first and second derivatives with respect to changes in Earth incidence angleYou get to say anything you like about such refutations with no need to falsify anything
George Tetley says: January 20, 2016 at 12:30 pm AndyG55 This is 2016, we have mouthwash, go buy some, your breath stinksThat was not the point of my argumentThe cbr approaches us from every direction from what has it been reflected? JohnKnight says: January 20, 2016 at 5:01 pm Brian Wilshire, Noting first that its pretty much irrelevant for satellite measurements of the atmosphere where its coming from, I have looked into the matter some and conclude its probably scattered microwave radiation from water in or just beyond our our own atmosphereBut can we trust their 2015 anomaly? That is a different questionWe only need to go to one decimal place to see the difference between those two starting points and the full recordReally? Thats your argument? Seems to me his graph basically starts on the upward slope of the 97/98 El NinoRecently, the dogmatists struck back in a much-promoted 10-minute video,How Reliable are Satellite Temperatures?The new Party Line is that they give the wrong answerWell thats stil la strange argument when the statement he is trying to refute is: that the spike in temperatures in 1998 entailed a downhill trend thereafter wouldnt you agreeRH says: January 20, 2016 at 6:56 pm Sorry to be crude, but to me his head looks like a zit that needs poppingemsnews says: January 20, 2016 at 5:58 am Thank you for this information, RoyThe point was that Lord Monckton argued the amount of heat going into the ocean to be very smallThis begins to sound like a wagerthat satellite datasets had been shown to contain errors, with the implication that the terrestrial datasets had not undergone repeated adjustment, though all global temperature datasets are prone to adjustment and have been repeatedly adjusted; 8 5d8a9798ff