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MODTRAN

Chris suggested that maybe I should summarise yesterday’s discussion with Roger Pielke Sr. I may do that but I think I would first need to give it some thought, and I also need to catch my breath slightly. However, as … Continue reading

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Okay, Roger, an acknowledgement

I wrote, yesterday, a rather snarky – and insulting – post about what I thought was an embarrassing blunder by Roger Pielke Sr in his recent WUWT post. Roger responded with the following tweet Misinterpretation by @wottsupwiththat See http://t.co/fADmzTu23T and … Continue reading

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Watt is up with Roger Pielke Sr

I wasn’t going to write another post today but I’ve just come across a new Watts Up With That (WUWT) post by Roger Pielke Sr. The title of the post is Radiative Forcing, Radiative Feedbacks and Radiative Imbalance – The … Continue reading

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What matters is the radiative imbalance

I started this blog because I was getting frustrated by how often I saw scientific claims being made, with regards to global warming, that were just simply wrong. I was following, and partially involved with, a brief exchange between Joanne … Continue reading

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Roger Pielke Sr and Douglass & Knox

I had a brief Twitter exchange with Roger Pielke Sr. yesterday. I had commented that I thought the AGU position statement on human-induced climate change was very good, and he wanted to know what was wrong with his alternative. Well, … Continue reading

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Watt about Trenberth’s “missing heat”?

There’s been this ongoing controversy about what is referred to as Trenberth’s “missing heat”. Essentially models have been – in an average sense – over predicting the rise in global surface temperatures, when compared to what is observed. My understanding … Continue reading

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