Denizens II

by Judith Curry

The recent article by Paul Matthews has motivated me to start a new ‘Denizens’ thread.

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Week in review

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Open thread

by Judith Curry

It’s your turn to introduce topics for discussion

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Berkeley Earth: raw versus adjusted temperature data

by Robert Rohde, Zeke Hausfather, Steve Mosher

Christopher Booker’s recent piece along with a few others have once again raised the issue of adjustments to various temperature series, including those made by Berkeley Earth. And now Booker has double-downed accusing people of fraud and Anthony Watts previously insinuated that adjustments are somehow criminal .

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Clean Air – Who Pays?

by Planning Engineer

A recent posting presented taxonomy of potential policy perspectives around climate/energy policy. The ensuing comments brought home the unfortunate recognition that energy providers have not advocated specific actions and preferred directions for climate/energy policy. I think they have a good story. Why aren’t they telling it?

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Week in review

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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On determination of tropical feedbacks

by Greg Goodman

Satellite data for the period surrounding the Mt Pinatubo eruption in 1991 provide a means of estimating the scale of the volcanic forcing in the tropics. A simple relaxation model is used to examine how temporal evolution of the climate response will differ from the that of the radiative forcing.

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