Daily Archives: October 8, 2011

Estimating Cloud Feedback From Observations

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I had an idea a couple days ago about how to estimate cloud feedback from observations, and it appears to have panned out well. You tell me. Figure 1. Month-to-month change in 5° gridcell actual … Continue reading

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“…somebody had to say it”

Dr. Judith Curry writes about the UCAR meeting she attended: Some insight into the dynamics that resulted in a substantial change in emphasis in climate research is provided by a meeting that I attended earlier this week in Boulder:  the … Continue reading

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“Global warming is a bogus proposition…”

That headline from  Zhang Musheng, one of China’s most influential intellectuals according to this article in the Sydney Morning Herald. From the article:

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Peak Oil, Climate Change and the threat to food security

Guest post by David Archibald In May, WUWT kindly hosted a post with slides from a presentation I gave to the Institute of World Politics in Washington. Following are some further slides from a presentation I gave during the week … Continue reading

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