Tag Archives: AGW

Watt about the AMS?

There’s a recent post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called the 97% consensus myth busted by a real survey. It discusses a recent paper that reports on Meteorologists’ views about global warming. The survey was of all American Meteorologial … Continue reading

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David Rose on Judith Curry’s stadium wave

I notice that David Rose has an article in the Daily Mail that is mainly about Government ministers and eco-zealots, but that also includes a discussion of Judith Curry’s recent Stadium Wave paper. I haven’t read the paper in great … Continue reading

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Has there been a “pause”?

Reiner Grundmann, who is a Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Nottingham, yesterday tweeted the following statement and question. I think climate scientists should make up their mind: either there is a ‘pause’ in temp rise … Continue reading

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Judith Curry says it’s okay

In a recent post, I highlighted an interview with Michael Mann in which he discusses possible tipping points. These are essentially rapid and irreversible (at least on short timescales) changes to our climate system. Judith Curry, however, has a recent … Continue reading

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Watt about evidence versus consensus?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a newsbyte post called Science is about evidence not consensus. It quotes a Wall Street Journal OpEd by Matt Ridley also called science is about evidence, not consensus. Matt Ridley’s OpEd has been very … Continue reading

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Richard Tol’s second draft

So I’ve had a look through the second draft of Richard Tol’s paper Qunatifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the literature:a comment. It doesn’t seem to have changed much, so I stand by much of what I said … Continue reading

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Is it 98% or 97%?

The latest “sticky” Watts Up With That (WUWT) post is one claiming that, in fact, the results of the Cook et al. (2013) consensus surveys suggests that 98% of the papers that take a position on anthropogenic global warming (AGW) … Continue reading

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