Daily Archives: September 3, 2012

A stern rebuttal to the Stern review

A member of the UK parliament, MP Peter Lilley, has written a scathing rebuttal study to the 2006 “Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change” which has been used a a basis for UK government to move forward with … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate and Energy news Roundup

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project ################################################### Quote of the Week: In God we trust; all others bring data! Motto of the Apollo Space Team ################################################### Numbers of the Week: 0.75% ################################################### THIS WEEK: … Continue reading

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Empirical Model Of The Global Mean Surface Temperature

Cooling of the Multidecadal Cyclic GMST until about 2030’s suggests La Nina conditions will dominate in the next twenty years. Guest post by Girma Orssengo, PhD IPCC’s climate model prediction for a global warming of about 0.2 deg C per … Continue reading

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Another failure of climate models – carbon soot warming actually far less than models predict

From Boston College another failure of climate models to capture reality has been exposed by field empiricism. The map below from NASA’s Earth Observatory will likely have to be revised now that absorption has been demonstrated to be far less. … Continue reading

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The sun – still slumping

The latest solar cycle update graphs have been released by the NOAA SWPC today, and the anemic cycle 24 continues: The current count isn’t keeping up with the prediction line in red. Not only is the sunspot count low, so … Continue reading

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