Bitchute Corbett Report on Judith Curry – Climate Models For The Layman

An interesting video interview of Dr. Judith Curry by Corbett Report.

It is presented on Bitchute a peer to peer video service, so no censors involved…

Yes, I’m enjoying way too much my new HDTV / video services / computer tech fusion… so I’m typing this on one panel while the video runs on another… on my TV…

Folks already steeped in how a GCM works will find the major interest just listening to Dr. Curry and “getting to know her”, while those wondering what the heck a Model is, will find it attainable and easy to watch.

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6 Responses to Bitchute Corbett Report on Judith Curry – Climate Models For The Layman

  1. E.M.Smith says:


    At the 19 minute range Dr. Curry mentions a recent finding that aerosols are not a cooling effect, but a warming one, so CO2 equilibrium sensitivity must be even lower. I’d not heard that point before… CO2 eq. sensitivity is rapidly approaching 1, IMHO.

    And Oh, the heresy! At about 25 minutes there is the suggestion that maybe it is better climate now than in the 1700s and 1800s…

  2. catweazle666 says:

    “CO2 eq. sensitivity is rapidly approaching 1, IMHO.”

    Around 2020, perhaps 2025 at the latest.

  3. David A says:

    ? Settled science indeed?

  4. philjourdan says:

    And Oh, the heresy! At about 25 minutes there is the suggestion that maybe it is better climate now than in the 1700s and 1800s…

    That all depends upon perspective. If you like telling your grand kids you had to walk 5 miles, to and from school, in snow chest deep, up hill, both ways, it was better in those centuries!

    But if you are a some namby pamby sun flower who likes working outside in clothes that weigh less than you do, I guess today is better.

  5. R. de Haan says:

    Do you guys realize that even if we win the battle on CO2 we still lose the war. The war is a political doctrine aimed to completely fleece and demobilize our people and destroy our Western civilization. We really have to face up to this reality and start acting in the old fashion way to resolve the onset of the sociopath regime that is taking us for a ride and crushing us.
    Cheering Trump is not going to do the job.

  6. E.M.Smith says:

    @R. de Haan:

    Yes, I do realize that. In fact, the moment when I realized that was the moment when I added a “Politics” category to this blog and basically stopped doing technical analysis of the data. (“hair graphs” and such). I just didn’t see the utility in fighting over data integrity when it just didn’t matter as UN Agenda 21 was doing a political end run and the data was just one tiny little sideshow.

    I think a great many other folks also saw it, and were part of why Trump got elected. He now has the job of dismantling as much of the larger process as possible.

    Still left to do is to take-down the EUrocrats running things over there. That can be by internal pressures from the member states, or just by dissolution of the EU (underway now with BREXIT and soon FREXIT…) as folks there realize how daft it is.

    Also a good push into destabilizing the root cause was started by Putin and India kicking out a bunch of Soros sponsored NGOs (IIRC India was the other one… ) now that just needs replicating around the globe. Put The Club Of Rome on a RICO watch and you get the hangers on.

    But none of that is stuff I can do myself. So while I post about it, I figure the best I can contribute is to still continue some amount of chop chop chopping at the whole CO2 Stupidity from time to time.

    For that reason, I now do about 1/2 political and news related posts, and about 1/4 CO2 climate posts. At least, that’s my sort of “mental goal”. (The other 1/4 is whatever causes my fancy to giggle…)

    I figure it will take at least 20 years, and maybe more, to root out most of it. Fixing the Indoctrination Camps, oh, sorry, schools and universities; that will take a lot longer…

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