A Chain Of Effects

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In looking at the climate I’m often reminded of Sufi stories. The Sufis are an ancient mystical sect. They are often associated with Islam, and…

Wandering Water

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I see in a most recent post here at WUWT that UC Irvine researchers have used “27 state-of-the-art climate models” to predict what will happen…

Sins of Comission, Sins of Emission

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach As a result of my last post looking at the question of CO2 and COVID, I came up with an interesting question, viz: What is…

A CO2 Oddity

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach. I saw an article’s headline the other day. It said “Is COVID Or Nature Slowing The Increase In CO2”. So I thought I’d take a…

A New Year’s Look At WUWT

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Today, as the result of a series of wrong turns and bad choices, I ended up at the Wikipedia entry for Watts Up With That.…

Blowing Hot And Cold

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach My mind runs to curious things. Today it went to this one of Aesop’s Fables: A man and a satyr once poured out libations together…

Inside The Bayesian Priory

Anyone who thinks that a description of reality is only worthwhile if it matches the output of absurdly simplistic climate models is not worth my time to investigate.

Under The Equator

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Inspired by my previous posts, Boy Child Girl Child and Sea Levels in the Nino-Nina Cycle, I decided to take a look at what is…

Sea Levels in the Nino Nina Cycle

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [UPDATE: Grrr … thanks to an alert commenter, I find that my previous numbers were out by a factor of ten. I love the web…

Google Doesn’t Like It

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [SEE UPDATE AT THE END] For some reason, I couldn’t find my post entitled “Gavin’s Falsifiable Science“. I wanted to track it down, in part…