Climate Scientist: “Anyone who wants to predict the future of the permafrost should be sure to keep the beaver in mind.”

Climate scientists are worried a beaver boom may be helping to melt the Arctic ice.

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The Climate Model Muddle

In order to convince you of the veracity of that proposition I will first tell you a little story, an allegory if you want, regarding a thought experiment, a completely fictitious account of what a research project might look like, and then apply whatever insight we gained (if any) to the climate modelling scene.

Cold Air Rises – How Wrong Are Our Global Climate Models?

From Scitechdaily By University of California Davis May 6, 2020 The lightness of water vapor buffers climate warming in the tropics. Conventional knowledge has it that warm air rises while cold air sinks. But a study from the University of California, Davis, found that in the tropical atmosphere, cold air rises due to an overlooked…

Brutal Takedown of Neil Ferguson’s Model

From Lockdown ScepticsStay sane. Protect the economy. Save livelihoods. An experienced senior software engineer, Sue Denim, has written a devastating review of Dr. Neil Ferguson’s Imperial college epidemiological model that set the world on a our current lock down course of action. She appears quite qualified. My background. I wrote software for 30 years. I worked…

Study: High End Model Climate Sensitivities Not Supported by Paleo Evidence

Guest essay by Eric Worrall University of Michigan researchers have done the unthinkable, and checked climate model predictions against available paleo-climate data to see if the predictions are plausible. Some of the latest climate models provide unrealistically high projections of future warming Date:April 30, 2020Source:University of MichiganSummary:A new study from climate researchers concludes that some…