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Category Archives: Roy Spencer
Watt about Spencer and Braswell?
There’s a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called New study – climate system is only about half as sensitive to increasing CO2 as previously believed. It refers to a new paper by Roy Spencer and William Braswell … Continue reading
Reiner Grundmann has a new post on Die Klimazwiebel discussing whether or not philosophy can enlighten climate science. Reiner also has an earlier post about the same topic. As far as I can tell, the basic argument seems to be … Continue reading
Posted in Climate change, Global warming, Roy Spencer Tagged climate science, Cornwall Alliance, Global warming, Reiner Grundmann, Research, science, value-free 160 Comments
Andrew Neil’s correction to the corrections
Last Sunday Andrew Neil interviewed Ed Davey on the Sunday politics show on BBC1. I thought it was a very poor interview and criticised it in a recent post. Dana Nuccitelli was also very critical and pointed out a number … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watts, Climate change, Global warming, Roy Spencer, Watts Up With That Tagged Andrew Neil, Arctic, Dana Nuccitelli, Ed Davey, Edward Davey, Met Office 19 Comments
Roy Spencer and Intelligent Design
Roy Spencer was called to give evidence before the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works. The hearing was itself was called Climate Change: It’s happening now. Personally I think that Roy Spencer is entirely unsuitable for giving evidence … Continue reading
Willis and the ocean forcing
Willis Eschenbach has a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called forcing the ocean to confess. In this post Willis calculates the global forcing associated with increases in the ocean heat content. I’m not quite sure that this … Continue reading
Watt about the ensemble of models?
Robert G. Brown (who posts as rgbatduke) has a new “sticky” post at Watts Up With That (WUWT) called the ensemble of models is completely meaningless, statistically. What Robert G. Brown says in this post is by forming a mean … Continue reading
Roy Spencer and the Cornwall Alliance
Roy Spencer has a new post called Still Epic Fail: 73 Climate Models versus Measurements. In this post Roy gloats at the apparent fact that all the models predict much higher mid-troposphere temperatures than is observed by satellites or by … Continue reading
Watt about the temperature being down significantly?
According to wikipedia, Roy Spencer is a climatologist, Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and the U.S. Science Team leader for the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer on NASA’s Aqua satellite. So, Roy Spencer has reported that … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watts, Climate change, Global warming, Roy Spencer, Watts Up With That Tagged Climate, Climate change, Global warming, Roy Spencer, UAH temperature anomlay, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Watts Up With That Comments Off on Watt about the temperature being down significantly?
Roy Spencer and negative forcing
I was having an online debate recently with someone who is clearly skeptical of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW). During the debate they made a claim that Roy Spencer had shown that there was some kind of strong negative feedback (possibly … 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!