”ClimateClips” is a collection of free webisodes presenting highly recommended scientists explaining various climate related topics:
Interviewees are: Professor John Christy, Dr. Henrik Svensmark, Professor Nir Shaviv, David Legates, Sally Balliunas, Fred Singer, Jørgen Peder Steffensen, Professor, Nils Axel Morner and many more.
Professor John Christy, expert in measurement of global temperatures talks about Calamitology -a new kind of journalism – where reporters have a template in their minds that whenever some unusual weather event is occurring sets in and creates catastrophic headlines.
John Christy from University of Huntsville in Alabama Christy, is together with Roy Spencer, running the most accurate temperature data using satellits, covering the bulk of the atmosphere on our planet. The measurements have been running for almost 40 years.
H2O The Dominant Greenhouse gas:
“Water in clouds and precipitation is much more potent as a climate driver than CO2” says Legates. We interviewed Professor David Legates about the role of water in our atmosphere. He is an expert in the field.
He is a Ph.D., University of Delaware. Hydroclimatology, precipitation, climate change and computational methods.
The greenhouse and CO2
is not straight on a simple matter. “It´s more complicated than the IPCC proclaims” argues Dr. Sallie Baliunas. She formerly worked at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and at one point was the Deputy Director of the Mount Wilson Observatory. Climateclips.com has produced and directed this clip when she was still active.
We live in cold times:
“We live in the coldest period of the last 10.000 years” , says Danish
glaciologist, Jørgen Peder Steffensen who take us back in time to the Grenland icecores and reveals the secrets from the past.
Jørgen Peder Steffensen is a professor in ice core related research at the centre for ice and climate at the Niels Bohr Institute the University of Copenhagen.
Professor Henrik Svensmark explaining the link between cosmic rays the solar magnetic field and cloud cover influencing climate on Earth. This is a short version of The Cloud Mystery documentary, that can be down loaded here via climateclips.com
Maldives will survive global warming:
The Maldives will not be flooded due to the greenhouse effect. The conclusion is based on interviews with professor Nils Axel Morner who has studied sealevel changes on the Maldives for several years. Mörner is a retired professor from the University of Stockholm where he was the head of the Paleogeophysics and Geodynamics department from 1991 to 2005.
IPCC and Antartica:
Climateclips.com has interviewed Professor John R. Christy who talks about a belief system versus the scientific view on climate change.
Urban Heat Island Effect:
UHI is strongly biasing the surface temperature records. Human development in rural areas and city districts influence the temperature records by up to several degrees Celsius. As demonstrated in this webisode from climateclips.com, Professor John Christy from the University of Huntsville Alabama recommend that we pay more attention to satellite and balloon measurements. Because temperature changes in the bulk of the atmosphere(the troposphere) is most important in relation to any possible greenhouse effect.
Global Warming not Unusual:
Climateclips.com has interviewed Dr. Sallie Baliunas and dr. Willie Soon from the Harvard on the historical aspects of warming and cooling.
In this webisode they conclude that The 20th century warming is not unusual.,
They have conducted a resarch that once and for all confirms that the climate globally have had swings up and down for the last 10.000 years. Of special interest is the claim that the MWP from year 900 to 1300 was warmer than today.
climateclips.com has produced and directed this video with Professor Fred Singer explaining the logic in climate science. Dr. S. Fred Singer was among the first scientists in the world speaking out against global warming alarmism, and he is still the most prominent. He is the author, coauthor, and editor of many books, including Climate Change Reconsidered
Looking for temperatures…..:
“If you want to know how the climate system on Earth works, you should look at the bulk of the atmosphere, and pay less attention to the surface thermometers”, says Professor John Christy from University of Huntsville in Alabama. Together with Roy Spencer, Christy developed and runs the most accurate temperature data, covering the bulk of the atmosphere on our planet. The measurements have been running for almost 40 years, using satellites. They correlate with balloon data.