Two Years Since Bill Gray Passed Away

Two years ago this week, my good friend Dr. Bill Gray passed away.  He was a giant among men, in many ways.

One of the most important things he taught me was how thermohaline currents  controlled the climate, driven by cyclical changes in mid-Atlantic surface salinity.

Now that global warming theory is in collapse, climate alarmists are blaming these cyclical  changes on a 0.0001 mole fraction increase in atmospheric CO2 over the past century. Dr. Gray was a giant, but many of the other of the people in climate science are mental and moral midgets.


April 16, 2016


Dr. Bill Gray has passed away. He was my hero, and an inspiration.

Besides being a top tropical meteorologist and hurricane forecaster, Bill was a man of the highest integrity and character. Bill had his funding cut off by Al Gore in 1993 for refusing to go along with Gore’s global warming politics. Unlike so many others, Bill chose scientific integrity over politics and money, and fought against climate fraud to his last breath.

I spoke with Bill on Sunday by phone, and his last words to me were “I hear the beer is colder on the other side. We will have to have our next one there.”  He kept his great sense of humor right up to the end.

I look forward to our next pint, but for now I am heartbroken. Bill passed away on a snowy day in Colorado. His late wife Nancy was Mayor of Fort Collins during the 1980’s, and was responsible for the great system of bike trails there.


Rest in Peace Bill. I will miss you terribly. Bill asked me to carry the climate torch forward for him the next few decades, and I promised him I would.

via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

April 14, 2018 at 03:58PM

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