Friday, May 16, 2014

BICEP Error, Atlantic Currents, and Climate Science Mutiny Afoot

Staff Writer, Nathaniel Diaz
Meteorology / Helisophere

The Big Bang theory might be a fizzle as the BICEP results were less than stellar. The Gulf Coast and Atlantic Currents are slowing down due to natural variation and a solar output minimum. Southwest Pacific keeps getting rumbles and earthquakes. Jupiter has finally lost its storm eye. Watch for a strengthening on the west side of Mexico for a low pressure system ramp up into a hurricane. Another gamma burst was measured by Swift. 

Mostly, all is quiet in spaceweather, but the eastern United States should see some stormy weather. All quiet in the west as high pressure builds and temperatures rise in response. San Diego's wildfire fighters could see a little relief with some humidity with an off shore air flow.

Today's Featured Links:
More problems in the climate science world, again. Are we seeing the signs of a scientific mutiny? 
Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view

"Research which heaped doubt on the rate of global warming was deliberately suppressed by scientists because it was “less than helpful” to their cause, it was claimed last night. 
In an echo of the infamous “Climategate” scandal at the University of East Anglia, one of the world’s top academic journals rejected the work of five experts after a reviewer privately denounced it as “harmful”."
Maybe it's time to give up this charade for real science.

Source: Suspicious Observers