Daily Archives: May 7, 2012

Three questions for Andrew Revkin and Michael Mann

UPDATE: 7:10PM PST Rather than answer the questions, I appear to have been blocked by Dr. Mann from viewing his twitter account. See below Earlier today, this tweet exchange took place. I found this curious. And it prompts me to … Continue reading

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Posted in Climategate, Paleoclimatology | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 119 Comments

Climate Progress disappears their own climate ugliness

UPDATE: They apparently had second thoughts. see below. When the Heartland billboard fiasco came about last week, I pointed to this as a previous example of how both sides have made missteps. Heartland blundered with the unabomber billboard, was summarily … Continue reading

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Trenberth takes on UAH satellite data in a new paper

They create an adjustment for the way the Alabama scientists handled data from NOAA-9, a satellite that collected temperature data in the mid-1980s. From the University of Washington comes this press release: New research brings satellite measurements and global climate … Continue reading

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Climate craziness of the week – paleotootology

I don’t have much comment on this, as the press worldwide has pretty much said it all. I await the coming comparisons between, ahem, human emissions, and dinosaur emissions. Click image for the story. It’s another modeling extrapolation. From the … Continue reading

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Solar grand minima linked to cooling period in Europe

This is interesting. A quick cooling in Europe together with an increase in humidity and particularly in windiness was found to coincide with a long-term reduction in solar activity 2800 years ago during something called the “Homeric minimum”. The paper … Continue reading

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