Cloud Feedback, if there is any, is Negative

Guest post by Mike Jonas, Maybe, after all the attention being paid to the Wuhan virus, it’s time to do a bit of climate science again. I have submitted a…

Models, Feedbacks, And Propagation Of Error

Guest post by Kevin Kilty Introduction I had contemplated a contribution involving feedback diagrams, systems of equations, differential equations, and propagation of error ever since Nick Stoke’s original contribution about…

Answer to a whigmaleerie about temperature feedback

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Some days ago, a prolix, inspissate whigmaleerie was posted here – a gaseous halation, an unwholesome effluvium, an interminable and obscurantist expatiation purporting to cast…

Climatology’s startling error of physics: answers to comments

Answers to comments from the original essay on WUWT, here. By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley I make no apology for returning to the topic of the striking error of physics…

Looping the loop: how the IPCC's feedback aerobatics failed

Guest essay By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley This series discusses climatology’s recently-discovered grave error in having failed to take due account of the large feedback response to emission temperature. Correct…

Another climate feedback found: ‘cooling effect of natural atmospheric particles is greater during warmer years’

  From the University of Leeds and the “settled science” department, comes this new idea that combines measurements with a model. Understanding the climate impact of natural atmospheric particles An…

Evaporation Redux

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I got to thinking again about the question of evaporation and rainfall. I wrote about it here a few years ago. Short version—when the earth’s…

Feedback on Feedbacks

Guest essay by Rud Istvan In recent weeks, there have been a number of WUWT guest posts on climate sensitivity related matters. Sensitivity is determined by feedbacks to increased CO2.…

How Climate Feedback is Fubar

Guest essay by George White Feedback is the most misunderstood topic in climate science and this misunderstanding extends to both sides of the debate. This is disturbing because the theoretical…

Cloud Feedback

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In the comments to Christopher Monckton’s latest post, Nick Stokes drew attention to Soden and Held’s analysis of feedback in the climate models. I reproduce their Table…