Daily Archives: April 5, 2013

A Comparison Of The Earth’s Climate Sensitivity To Changes In The Nature Of The Initial Forcing

Guest post by Bob Irvine ABSTRACT The Earth’s feedback response to warming is independent of the nature of the forcing that caused that warming. The question I intend to examine is whether the nature of the forcing will have a … Continue reading

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Uninvented History

Guest post by WUWT regular Caleb Shaw I am always seizing upon things people tell me, parking the statements in my memory, and only years later learning they are untrue.  It is not merely urban myths, (such as the myth … Continue reading

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USA meets Kyoto protocol goal – without ever embracing it

New EIA data shows USA inadvertently meets 1997 Kyoto protocol CO2 emission reductions without ever signing on thanks to a stagnant economy. Lowest level of CO2 emissions since 1994. In 2012, a surprising twist and without ever ratifying it, the … Continue reading

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Freeman Dyson speaks out about climate science, and fudge

Climatologists Are No Einsteins, Says His Successor by Paul Mulshine, The Star Ledger via the GWPF Freeman Dyson is a physicist who has been teaching at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton since Albert Einstein was there. When Einstein died in 1955, … Continue reading

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Warming and worry go AWOL

Some stories this week that show global warming aka climate change is beginning to fade away as an issue. From the 3C Headlines blog: Global satellite temperatures confirm hiatus of global warming, while the general public and mainstream press are … Continue reading

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Uncertainty be damned, let’s make ice and sea level projections anyway

‘A better path’ toward projecting, planning for rising seas on a warmer Earth From Princeton University, by Morgan Kelly, Office of Communications More useful projections of sea level are possible despite substantial uncertainty about the future behavior of massive ice … Continue reading

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