Christopher Essex on suppressing scientific inquiry

by Judith Curry

As the issue of bias in climate science heats up, Christopher Essex has written the best defense of freedom of scientific enquiry that I’ve seen emerge from the Grijalva inquisition.

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Whats up with the Atlantic?

by Judith Curry

The Washington Post has this dramatic headline:  Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the ocean with potentially dire consequences.

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The stupid party

by Judith Curry

The emergence of candidates for U.S. President in the 2016 election is raising some interesting issues about climate change.

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Climate sensitivity: lopping off the fat tail

by Judith Curry

Interest is running high this week on the topic of climate sensitivity.

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Taking Melbourne’s temperature

by Tom Quirke

The raw Melbourne temperature records of the Bureau of Meteorology are compared to the ACORN-Sat values. The ACORN-Sat adjustments are evaluated. This analysis shows evidence for a strong urban heat island effect.

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Blog discussions

by Judith Curry

People seem to want to discuss blog discussions/comments, so here’s a thread to deflect such conversation from other threads.

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Week in review

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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