Daily Archives: April 28, 2011

Uncertain Climate Risks (Nature Climate Change)

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein As I continue to plow through Vol 1 Issue 1 of the new Journal Nature Climate Change, I came to the following amazing statement: Communicating the value of climate modelling … requires confronting such apparent … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate_change, clouds, feedbacks, IPCC, Modeling, Politics, Science, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 153 Comments

RFP’s and the sad state of climate science funding

From the “more study is needed” department and Dr. Roger Pielke Senior, it seems that the RFP (request for proposal) might be one of the biggest problems with climate science today, as some read like recipes. He posted this article … Continue reading

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“…it would be a mistake to blame climate change for a seeming increase in tornadoes”

I was very encouraged by this part of the story:

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Real Climate on Spencer – Bad timing or just bad judgment?

UPDATE: After I sent an email to Dr. Steve Ghan, RC has suspended comments. See below. My thanks and kudos to them for doing so. – Anthony It strikes me as very odd, and very, very, tacky, that Real Climate … Continue reading

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Here, let me fix that headline for you

Corrected below.

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Post facto review on yesterday’s tornado outbreak

UPDATE: I’ve added a firsthand account from Dr. Roy Spencer below. Epic Tornado Outbreak ends today with focus near East Coast By Joseph D’Aleo from Weatherbell.com We talked about this would be a season of major floods and severe weather … Continue reading

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Larry Bell creates a disturbance in the force

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The wind turbine albedo effect

Via the Wakey Wakey thread, I got wind of this photo (seen below the continue reading line) which is a real world effect of the model at left. It seemed worthwhile to share for the sheer uniqueness of it. The … Continue reading

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ENSO report and forecast

  Summary: La Niña conditions continued across the equatorial Pacific. The magnitude of negative sea surface temperature anomalies continued to decrease across the Pacific Ocean. A transition to ENSO-neutral conditions is expected by June 2011. Ensemble forecast: All models indicate … Continue reading

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