Monthly Archives: July 2013

Watt about being gobsmacked?

My previous post seems to have hit a bit of a nerve in some quarters. Ben Pile, who authors the climate resistant blog, seems particularly annoyed. All I really said about Ben and his blog was that I found engaging … Continue reading

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Closing down the debate!

Making Science Public has allowed Dana Nuccitelli to respond to Ben Pile’s recent post What’s behind the battle of received wisdoms?. I think Dana’s response is very good, but I would say that wouldn’t I? One of the things that … Continue reading

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Watt about deterministic chaos?

There’s a recent paper in the Journal of the American Meteorological Society called An Evaluation of the Software System Dependency of a Global Atmospheric Model. The paper considers global atmospheric numerical model on machines with different hardware and software systems … Continue reading

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Watt a somewhat poorly written abstract and introduction?

So, I was going to have a break and stop writing, but clearly I don’t know when to give up. I’ve also just noticed that this will be my 150th post since I started in April. That’s either impressive, or … Continue reading

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Richard Tol and the 97% consensus

I said in my earlier post that I might write about Richard Tol’s publicly stated views on John Cook’s 97% consensus paper. Since then, however, I’ve had a rather frustrating Twitter discussion with Richard Tol that, sadly, ended quite sourly … Continue reading

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Mike Hulme and the 97% consensus

Ben Pile, a writer for Spiked Online who has his own blog called climate-resistance, has a guest post on a University of Nottingham Making Science public blog. His post discusses Andrew Neil’s interview with Ed Davey, Dana’s response, and also … Continue reading

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Watt about the UKMO Report – Part 1?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a new post by Bob Tisdale called Part 1 – Comments on the UKMO Report about “The Recent Pause in Global Warming”. This post is a comment on one of the new reports released … Continue reading

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Natural variability

I wrote a little while ago about the Dutch advice to the IPCC. It was quite an interesting document as it appeared quite critical of the IPCC. In particular it suggested that the IPCC should, more explicitly, address natural climate … Continue reading

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Anonymity

Unless you haven’t been paying attention, you’ll be aware that I’m writing this blog anonymously. There are a number of reasons why I’ve chosen to do so. I don’t enjoy some of the unpleasant exchanges that appear quite common when … Continue reading

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Ocean heat content and sea surface temperatures

I had a number of interesting Twitter conversations today and thought I would write about one of them. It started with me retweeting something from Andy Revkin which showed the NOAA ocean heat content, down to a depth of 2000m, … Continue reading

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