Tag Archives: NASA

Watt about the failure of the climate models?

There is an interesting news item in Nature about how an attempt to do short-term climate modelling has been largely unsuccessful. The article says In preparation for the IPCC report, the first part of which is due out in September, … Continue reading

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Owen Patterson – Secretary for the Environment?????

So this has already been covered by Skeptical Science, so I’ll only make a brief comment. Owen Patterson – the UK Secretary for the Environment – on Question Time last night, apparently said the climate’s been going up and down … Continue reading

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Happer and Schmitt

I wrote a post a while ago about William Happer’s calculation of how long it would take to get a 6oC rise in surface temperatures. The calculation was simplistic and the assumptions didn’t seem to be based on current scientific … Continue reading

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Watt about the Neanderthals?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) is up in arms that James Hansen, in an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, referred to the Canadian government as Neanderthals. To be fair, he was asked how he would describe the government with … Continue reading

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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

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