Watts up with that
You Might Be a Scientist…
by David Middleton on 21 Aug 2019 at 09:01
Guest [fill in the blank] by David Middleton Am I really a scientist?BY NESSA CARSON 15 AUGUST 2019 Whether in a lab, an office or on a stage, we are no strangers to wrestling with self-identity […]
Offshore Oil and Gas Production Leaks Virtually...
by David Middleton on 21 Aug 2019 at 05:00
Guest zero-point-zero by David Middleton Offshore oil and gas rigs leak more greenhouse gas than expectedJohn Sullivan, Office of Engineering CommunicationsAug. 15, 2019 9:49 a.m. A survey of […]
Die Kalte Sonne
Roger Pielke Jr: Wie man mich zum Klimaleugner...
by Kalte Sonne on 21 Aug 2019 at 05:30
Greta segelt nach Nordamerika. Aber ist sie dort eigentlich willkommen? New York Times am 2. August 2019: The Problem With Greta Thunberg’s Climate Activism: Her radical approach is at odds […]
Kalte Sonne Blog 2.0
by Kalte Sonne on 20 Aug 2019 at 17:24
Liebe Leser. Sie werden es sicher schon bemerkt haben. Das Kalte-Sonne-Blog hat ein neues Gewand bekommen: Das neue Layout ist auf Mobiltelefonen besser lesbar Das Sicherheitszertifikat wurde […]
Curiouser and curiouser
by Bishop Hill on 7 Jun 2019 at 08:25
While looking for something else, I came across an article in the Mail about the recent report on Net Zero from the Committee on Climate Change. Apparently, in order to reach that target, […]
An attack that is nothing of the sort
by Bishop Hill on 28 May 2019 at 10:40
Yesterday, the New York Times got rather upset over changes to President Trump’s climate policy, which it represented a hardening of his “attack on climate science”. […]
The latest travesty in ‘consensus enforcement’
by curryja on 14 Aug 2019 at 18:22
The latest travesty in consensus ‘enforcement’, published by Nature. There is a new paper published in Nature, entitled Discrepancies in scientific authority and media visibility of […]
Week in review – science edition
by curryja on 11 Aug 2019 at 18:33
by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week. ‘modern climate sensitivity is relatively low in the context of the geological record, as a result of relatively weak feedbacks […]
Friends of science
Urban Heat Island Accounts For Half Of Climate...
by Ken Gregory on 28 Jul 2019 at 20:11
The study shows that about 50% of the recorded warming of China since the 1940’s is due to uncorrected urbanization bias. The near-surface temperature records show that China warmed by about […]
How Much CO2 and the Sun Contribute to Global...
by Ken Gregory on 20 Jul 2019 at 22:01
A simplified climate model and extensive line-by-line radiation transfer calculations are used to investigate the contribution of greenhouse gases, mostly CO2, and solar effects to global warming […]
Heron Island Corals: Still Constrained by Sea...
by jennifer on 20 Aug 2019 at 02:45
MY mother lived and worked on Heron Island at the Great Barrier Reef in 1955. That was the same year the young Bob Endean established the University of Queensland Heron Island Research Station. He […]
Lady Elliot, Temperature Trends
by jennifer on 2 Aug 2019 at 23:44
THERE is concern that if global warming exceeds 2°C per 100 years, there will be catastrophe. There are various ways of anticipating this… I tend to favour the empirical. Indeed, running a […]
CG2 and Ex Post Picking
by Stephen McIntyre on 31 Jul 2019 at 23:20
Jul 31, 2019: Noticed this as an unpublished draft from 2014. Not sure why I didn’t publish at the time. Neukom, lead author of PAGES (2019) was coauthor of Gergis’ papers. One of the […]
Hack, Now Ex-Bellingcat, Gets Climategate...
by Stephen McIntyre on 4 Jul 2019 at 15:33
Bellingcat’s Iggy Ostanin, [update: who Eliot Higgins says is now ex-Bellingcat] recently claimed to have discovered that the nomenclature of Climategate-1 emails was based on Unix […]
Walmart asks Telsa to remove solar panels from...
by Jo Nova on 21 Aug 2019 at 10:02
New rooftop BBQ known as TeslaKebab Photo from the legal paper. Also known as a “money printer” according to Elon. Walmart installed Tesla solar panels on 240 stores across the US. There […]
Bluescope spends a billion in US because “cheap...
by Jo Nova on 21 Aug 2019 at 03:37
Add another billion to the cost of the Renewable Energy Target? In the last few days Bluescope Steel (formerly BHP) has confirmed it will spend US$700m (AU$1b) to expand it’s North Star steel […]
The CO2 Derangement Syndrome - the Millennial...
by Dr Norman Page on 23 Jan 2019 at 17:24
A very large majority of establishment academic climate scientists have succumbed to a virulent infectious disease - the CO2 Derangement Syndrome. Those afflicted by this […]
The Millennial Turning Point - Solar Activity and...
by Dr Norman Page on 19 Oct 2018 at 19:16
When analyzing complex systems with multiple interacting variables it is useful to note the advice of Enrico Fermi who reportedly said “never make something more accurate than […]
Science of Doom
Opinions and Perspectives – 9 – Pattern...
by scienceofdoom on 31 Mar 2019 at 22:47
The IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5) from 2013 shows the range of results that climate models produce for global warming. These are under a set of conditions which for simplicity is doubling CO2 in […]
Opinions and Perspectives – 8 – Pattern...
by scienceofdoom on 31 Mar 2019 at 22:43
For people with maths, physics and chemistry (and biology) backgrounds non-linear processes are familiar. For people without this background they are often quite obscure. I’ll give a simple […]