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Category Archives: Wilis Eschenbach
The Thermostatic Hypothesis
Willis Eschenbach and Roy Spencer appear to be having a bit of a battle over whether or not the type of citizen science that Willis undertakes has any real merit. Roy doesn’t seem to think that what Willis does has … Continue reading
Watt about the upwelling longwave over oceans?
I know I was going to have a bit of a break but this is just a short post to try and explain something to Willis Eschenbach. He has a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called Upwelling … Continue reading
Watt about the Cloud Radiative Effect?
Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a new post by Willis Eschenbach called the Cloud Radiative Effect (CRE). The CRE refers to the influence that clouds have on the Earth’s albedo. Clouds act to reflect incoming radiation and hence have … Continue reading
Watt about Roger Pielke Jr?
Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a Weekly climate and energy news roundup in which they normally include a quote of the week. This week’s quote is by Roger Pielke Jr and is A difficult question for the climate science … Continue reading
Watt about wondering Willis Eschenbach?
Firstly, credit to Sou at HotWhopper for the wondering part of the title. It seems too apt to not use it. It appears that either Willis Eschenbach is back from his tour of Great Britain or he’s had a moment … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watts, Climate change, Global warming, IPCC, Watts Up With That, Wilis Eschenbach Tagged Instrumental temperature record, IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Radiative forcing, surface temperature anomalies, Temperature, volcanic aerosols, Volcano, Watts Up With That, Willis Eschenbach 26 Comments
Watt about Nicola Scafetta?
Given that I claim that my goal is to address what is said on Watts Up With That (WUWT), and not to simply criticise, I thought I would briefly highlight Willis Eschenbach’s recent post Congenital Cyclomania Redux. In this post, … Continue reading
The irrational optimist
Matt Ridley, who regards himself as a rational optimist, had an OpEd in the Wall Street Journal yesterday titled Science is about evidence, not consensus. Indeed, I agree, I just think that what Matt Ridley suggests in his article is, … 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
Hmm, Willis tries to be clever again!
Willis Eschenbach has a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called Model climate sensitivity calculated directly from model results. HotWhopper has already covered this in a new post, but I thought I would add my two cents worth … Continue reading
Watt about Willis?
Willis Eschenback has a post onWatts Up With That (WUWT) about what we don’t know. The post discusses various things that we either don’t yet know (what is dark matter and dark energy and do they actually exist), the possibility … Continue reading
Posted in Anthony Watts, Climate change, Global warming, Watts Up With That, Wilis Eschenbach Tagged Climate change, Global warming, Watts Up With That, What we don't know, Willis Eschenbach, WUWT Comments Off on Watt about Willis?