Tag Archives: Temperature

Salby comment 1

Murry Salby has now completed his tour of Britain and there have been a few posts discussing his presentations. Some positive, others not. I’ll be quite honest and say that I think Salby’s ideas are scientifically incorrect and that it’s … Continue reading

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Global warming underestimated

Given that Rachel has published three posts today, I feel that it would be okay to reblog one of them. The video in this post is very interesting and suggests that the supposed “hiatus” (which refers to surface warming only) … Continue reading

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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

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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

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Watt about the 95% certainty?

It has been suggested that the forthcoming IPCC AR5 report will claim that it is at least 95% percent likely that human activities – chiefly the burning of fossil fuels – are the main cause of warming since the 1950. … Continue reading

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Why should we be concerned?

There’s been quite a lot of discussion recently about representing global warming as equivalent to 4 Hiroshima bombs per second. Making Science Public had a recent post by Warren Pearce called more heat than light? Climate catastrophe and the Hiroshima … Continue reading

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Watt about the averages?

Just a quick post to point out that Bob Tisdale doesn’t read things very carefully, or doesn’t take much time to think about what he has read. In a recent Watts Up With That (WUWT) post called Why the NOAA … Continue reading

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