CMIP6 models overshoot: Charney sensitivity is not 4.1 K but < 1.4 K

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Recently the indefatigable Dr Willie Soon, who reads everything, sent me a link to the projections of equilibrium global warming in response to doubled CO2. This standard yardstick for global-warming prediction is known in the trade as “Charney sensitivity” after Dr Jule Charney, who wrote a report in 1979 saying…

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The Thermageddonites are “studying” us. Be afraid – be very afraid

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley My attention has recently been drawn to the existence of a truly repellent pseudo-academic entity – the “Centre for Studies of Climate Change Denialism” at Chalmers “University” in Gothenborg, Sweden. The impropaganda image below disgraces its homepage: The political ideology of this shonky “university”, as if the hate-filled name of…

A Third Look at Radiation versus Temperature

Guest post by KEVIN KILTY Introduction In a post on June 8, 2019, Willis Eschenbach showed an interesting plot of monthly average surface temperature against total irradiance absorbed at the ground surface. He has updated this original post. His original figure is at the top of this post. He made no hypothesis about the meaning…

Earth As A Solar Collector

Guest post by Kevin Kilty Introduction Within the past week or two we have read posts from Dr. Spencer (6/7/2019), Nick Stokes (6/6/2019), Lord Monckton (6/8/2019), and Willis Eschenbach (6/8/2019) covering a variety of topics involving simple block models; and each one involving, in one way or another, climate feedback. I have had a few…

Feedback is not the big enchilada

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley I am most grateful to Mr Stokes for his interesting recent posting in which he explains what he sees as the difference between official climatology’s implementation of feedback in deriving climate sensitivity and the approach taken by my co-authors and me. The sheer quantity of the comments on these mathematical…

Don't mock the Monck

Apparently, Monckton is a member of the House of Lords, according to constitutional lawyer in England. I don’t have a dog in this fight, I’m just in it for the popcorn sales. That said, here’s the plot summary. A lot of the alarmist side of blogosphere (especially John Cook at SkS and Tim Lambert at…

Monckton walks the planck

UPDATE: Part 3 added It is said that if you’re going to talk the talk, you’ve got to walk the walk. Monckton of Brenchley certainly has done both. There’s only one problem: pirates, and I’m not talking about Flying Spaghetti Monster comparisons. Josh explains: But as we know, Monckton doesn’t go down easily: