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by Judith Curry The story surrounding Spencer & Braswell has gotten more interesting with the pre-publication of the rebuttal paper by Dessler.
by Judith Curry Given the substantial number of comments on Part I, I’m starting a new thread to discuss the post by Trenberth, Abraham and Gleick, and Pielke Sr’s response.
by Judith Curry I have just received notice of some dramatic news re the Spencer & Braswell paper.
by Judith Curry There is much hype and debate surrounding Spencer and Bradwell’s new paper “On the misdiagnosis of surface temperature feedbacks from variations in earth’s radiant energy balance.” So lets sort through all this.
by Judith Curry If you had the opportunity to ask 5 critical questions for the IPCC, what would you ask?
by Judith Curry Well, if you judge ‘sides’ by what climate scientists have to say about the science, it is getting difficult to tell.
by Judith Curry Isn’t everyone in the 97%? I am. – Andrew Montford
by Judith Curry There was a big hearing today in the Senate on climate change.
A few things that caught my eye this past week
by Judith Curry “Our results also serve to highlight the importance of Atlantic multidecadal variability in mediating the rate of global warming, and they suggest that these variations deserve more explicit consideration in twentieth century climate simulations and in attribution … Continue reading
Update: Email from Joseph Bast, President of Heartland Institute, appended at the end of the post. So, imagine you are a climate scientist and climate change ideologue, and want to “take down” the single organization (or individual) that is doing … Continue reading
by Judith Curry Here are a few things that caught my eye this past week:
by Judith Curry So, during 2011, what was interesting and what “mattered” in the climate debate?
by DocMartyn This is the first of a three part presentation where I will attempt to explain the climate of the last 800,000 thousand years, drawing on the role of the biosphere’s response to interstellar dust.
by Donald Rapp Santer et al. (2005) emphasized that “a robust feature” of climate models is that increasing greenhouse gas concentrations will amplify warming in the middle and upper tropical troposphere (compared to the surface). It was then with some … Continue reading
by Chris Colose There has been a lot of blog interest recently on feedback theory and climate sensitivity (e.g., Isaac Held, ClimateAudit, Science of Doom, Nick Stokes, one on control theory here at Climate Etc.).
by Richard Saumarez You may wonder why a medic is writing a post on control theory in climate.
by Andrew Lacis The one year anniversary is soon approaching for the Science paper that we wrote a year ago to illustrate the nature of the terrestrial greenhouse effect. I describe here how this paper came to be.
by Judith Curry Nature Climate Change published a review of the James Lawrence Powell’s book “The Inquisition of Climate Science.” The review, written by Fred Pearce, is titled “Sceptical about Sceptics.”
by Garth Paltridge It is difficult these days to get a paper published in a mainstream climate journal if it emphasises the uncertainty associated with some basic aspect of global warming.
by Judith Curry A paper in press in the Journal of Climate provides some insight into the interaction of cloud feedback with ocean heat transport.
by Judith Curry Nature has just published an editorial on the Heartland Conference entitled “Heart of the Matter” with subtitle “The Heartland Institute’s climate conference reveals the motives of global warming skeptics.”
by Judith Curry Lindzen and Choi have published a new paper entitled “On the observational determination of climate sensitivity and its implications.” This paper is pursuant to a previous paper on the same topic that was discussed by me on … Continue reading
by Judith Curry With the tragic damage and loss of life in Joplin, the tornado madness continues unabated. Here is the latest from Roy Spencer, Bill McKibben, and Joe Romm.