Daily Archives: May 11, 2011

Quote of the week – climate as Voldemort

This is quite something. It is sort of a reverse “he who must not be named” meme, and we have a prominent meteorology dean dissing climate colleagues: About these ads

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What climate science has come to: a rap music video with expletives

While not as bad as the horrid 10:10 video exploding children, I have to wonder this about the actual scientists that participated in this farce: what were you thinking ? Of course, it does seem some circles in climate science … Continue reading

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The long awaited surfacestations paper

This summary is from Dr. Pielke at the University of Colorado in his words. I’ll have my own post on some detail not covered here, with links to the SI – data code, etc we are preparing in a day … Continue reading

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A reader question on OHC – discussion

This comment seemed like a useful question to discuss, so I’m elevating it to post status A. Patterson Moore says: May 11, 2011 at 6:04 am I see ocean heat content discussed here and elsewhere from time to time, but … Continue reading

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The other half of the USHCN network – precipitation

Normally I focus on the temperature component, but the reason I’m posting this will become evident soon.  – Anthony Our New Analysis of United States Precipitation Trends By John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas state climatologist I’m going to be talking a lot … Continue reading

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