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Category Archives: Anthony Watt
Watt about the most ironic post title of them all?
Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a new post called Climate persuasion – or how to ignore data and influence people. I had to laugh when I read this post title since if anyone asked me to describe WUWT in … Continue reading
Credit where credit is due!
Given that my tagline is “Trying to keep the discussion civil”, I thought I should at least give Anthony Watts and Roy Spencer credit when it is due. Anthony Watt’s most recent post, called Spencer slays with sarcasm, links to … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watt, Global warming, Roy Spencer Tagged Anthony Watts, Carbon dioxide, Global warming, NASA, Roy Spencer, Solar flare, Thermosphere Comments Off on Credit where credit is due!
Watt about 6 degrees?
The most recent Watts Up With That post is a guest post by Dr William Happer and is about Numeracy in climate discussions – how long will it take to get a 6oC rise in temperature?. This is supposedly based … Continue reading
Watt about Climate Sensitivity?
There have been a number of posts on Watts Up With That discussing climate sensitivity. Climate sensitivity is basically an estimate (calculation?) of how much the global surface temperature would increase if the CO2 levels doubled. The first post was … Continue reading
Watt about the comments?
My previous post was a general discussion about how one cannot use temperature anomaly data to claim that there has been a pause in global warming since the mid 1990s. You can read the post for yourself, but the main … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watt, Climate change, Global warming, Richard S Courtney Tagged Climate change, global surface temperatures, Global warming, Richard S Courtney, temperature anomaly data, Watts Up With That Comments Off on Watt about the comments?
There’s been no warming for 15/16/17 years!
This isn’t addressing any specific post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) but is aiming to clarify a common claim made on WUWT (by both those who write posts and those who submit comments) that there has been no warming … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watt, Climate change, Global warming, Richard S Courtney, Watts Up With That Tagged Climate change, Global warming, Instrumental temperature record, No warming for 16 years, Pause in global warming, Skeptical Science, temperature anomaly data, Temperature record, Watts Up With That, WUWT 10 Comments
Watt about Armagh?
One of today’s posts on Watts Up With That (WUWT) is by Darko Butina and is called On the scales of warming magnitudes – part 1. It appears to be a study of the temperature measurements at Armagh Observatory from … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watt, Climate change, Global warming, Watts Up With That Tagged Armagh Observatory, Climate change, Darko Butina, Global warming, richardscourtney, Watts, Watts Up With That Comments Off on Watt about Armagh?
Watt about Marcott?
I thought it would be appropriate for my first post to discuss the recent paper by Shaun Marcott (Marcott, Shakun, Clark & Mix, 2013, Science, 339, 1198-1201). This is a paper that uses something like 73 different proxies to determine … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watt, Climate change, Global warming, Watts Up With That Tagged Anthony Watt, Climate, Climate change, Global warming, Holocene, Marcott, Marcott et al., Shaun Marcott, temperature proxies, Watts Up With That Comments Off on Watt about Marcott?