Daily Archives: October 5, 2012

New paper on climate sensitivity estimates 1.1 ± 0.4 °C for a doubling of CO2

This new paper (in review at the discussions section) at Climate of the Past has some interesting approaches  using Oxygen 18 isotope records from benthic foraminiferas acquired in Deep Sea Drilling project (DSDP) on the Kerguelen Plateau off the coast … Continue reading

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Friday Funny – think furry happy thoughts

People send me stuff. A couple of days ago this arrived in my inbox. – Anthony The Gender-Neutral Kitten Salvation Happiness Fund Brytni Ambyr is out to save the gender-neutral kittens of the world from abuse by global warming through … Continue reading

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Newsbytes: EU Energy Commissioner Warns Against New Climate Targets

Seems like sanity has infected the EU Energy commissioner. A collection of news stories from Dr. Benny Peiser at The GWPF: I strongly advise against more stringent climate targets after 2020. — Günther Oettinger, EU Energy Commissioner, Financial Times Deutschland, … Continue reading

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Yet another fix needed for climate models – this time due to aerosols

There are so many updates and fixes needed to the climate models these days its almost like watching a car undergoing a perpetual repair process. When does the time come when the owners realize that maybe they should take advantage … Continue reading

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Climate skeptics gaining ground in media

From the Institute of Physics , a surprising study being published by them, which not only measures the increase, but now has provided labels for type1 through type 3 skeptics. It seems they really don’t understand, but they are trying … Continue reading

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