Author Archives: Clive Best

About Clive Best

PhD High Energy Physics Worked at CERN, Rutherford Lab, JET, JRC, OSVision

Cooler global temperatures in 2021

2021 will be the coolest year since 2018, ending up between 0.7C and 0.8C warmer than the  baseline climate of 1961 to 1990. This spread mainly depends on which SST dataset you  use. There are two versions of HadSST namely … Continue reading

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Home Climate Analysis

There is a  remarkable one man blog which set out to understand the earth’s climate 2 years ago. The author is Kevan Hashemi  who is a lecturer at Brandeis University and has worked on the Atlas experiment at CERN.  see: … Continue reading

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Global Temperature for September 2021 is 0.81C

The average temperature was 0.81 C in September. This was up a little from August (0.76C). However 2021 is turning out to cooler than recent years with an average annual temperature with 3 months remaining of 0.69C. This makes it … Continue reading

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