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 unearthed by my team of professors, doctors and practitioners of climatology, control theory and statistics. Our discovery the climatology forgot the Sun is shining brings…

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Climatology’s startling error – an update

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Well, we sent out our paper On an error in defining temperature feedback to a leading journal for review. The reviewers did not like it at all. “And, gracious! How Lord Lundy cried!” We are persevering, though, for in our submission nothing the reviewers have said in any way undermines…

Monckton’s letter to the Rochester Institute of Technology regarding Assistant Professor Lawrence Torcello

Earlier, I had mentioned Assistant Professor Lawrence Torcello’s despicable climate ugliness and offered some links to addresses on where to complain to. Monckton took the lead on that. I urge others to write such factual and courteous letters. 14 March 2014 The Provost and Senior Vice-President for Academic Affairs Eastman Hall Rochester Institute of Technology…

On CO2 residence times: The chicken or the egg?

While some model based claims say that CO2 residence times may be thousands of years, a global experiment in measurable CO2 residence time seems to have already been done for us. By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Is the ~10-year airborne half-life of 14CO2 demonstrated by the bomb-test curve (Fig. 1, and see Professor Gösta Pettersson’s…

Benchmarking IPCC's warming predictions

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The IPCC’s forthcoming Fifth Assessment Report continues to suggest that the Earth will warm rapidly in the 21st century. How far are its projections short of observed reality? A monthly benchmark graph, circulated widely to the news media, will help to dispel the costly notion that the world continues to…

Monckton's reply to Eos on Climate Denial

Christopher Monckton writes via email: Dear Anthony, – Ivar Giaever and I were subjected to an unprovoked and more than usually scientifically illiterate personal attack at some length in the AGU’s Eos newsletter recently. I wrote the attached reply, which Eos are refusing to print. – Christopher It appears that Eos has indeed refused to…