This thread provides an opportunity to put forth skeptical arguments related to the topics broadly covered by the IPCC WG I Report The Physical Science Basis. This thread is designed for academic and other professional researchers as well as citizen scientists.
From academic and other professional researchers, I am looking for:
- a published paper that you feel has received insufficient attention or has otherwise been marginalized
- a manuscript that you believe has been unfairly rejected for publication
- other reports or analyses that you think are significant and would like feedback on
From citizen scientists, I am looking for
- a website or link to a manuscript with your analyses
Please don’t submit half baked ideas, I am looking for ideas that are fairly well developed with supporting analyses. Make Climate Etc. look good for attempting this :)
Format: Limit your post to 750 words and provide web links to your analyses, manuscript, or more extensive argument. Use your 750 words to identify which aspect of the climate problem you are addressing and succinctly describe your argument, evidence, and method of analysis. Use your 750 words to convince the reader to actually click on your links and look at your material in more detail. Please make sure you have posted a brief biosketch at Denizens thread. This thread is only for the topics broadly covered by the IPCC WG I Report The Physical Science Basis. Please do not submit anything on energy technologies or arguments that CO2 is good or not dangerous.
Moderation: Commenters, pls reply to the specific post with your brief comments or questions. There will be some room for discussion on this thread of the individual posts; I will start a new thread for comments if needed. Depending on what actually gets submitted (and I realize that the submissions will trickle in slowly), I will start new threads for certain topics or topical areas, as appropriate. If you want to make general comments about this thread, please make them on the tread “Raising the level of the game.”