Category Archives: AGW Science and Background

Articles with a “Global Warming” science or background theme

The Ocean, By Other Means – Air Temperatures

How much ocean does it take to hold all the heat in the atmosphere? Not very much… Continue reading

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More “data” than the Data – The Stupid, It Burns…

There seems no limit to The Incredible Power Of Stupid. It now extends to declaring “computer fantasy” as “data”. Continue reading

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Why Economists Study “Climate Science”, Uncertainty, Interest Rates, and A Crash

Why are there so many Economists interested in the foibles of “Climate Science”? Why are they “more right”? How does dealing with “Uncertainty” vs. “Risk” or “Probability” give a better base to work from? Take interest rates, for example; are we lining up for a crash, or not? Continue reading

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Surprisingly Good Technical Series on Climate

A remarkably good series of papers (postings) about Climate. The author has much clue and “gets it right” with depth and precision. Continue reading

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Is The Average Variation Of Clouds CO2?

Is the average variation in cloud causing changes of temperature, or CO2? If it can be clearly shown that cloud variation caused large temperature changes, then does that mean it isn’t CO2? How does CO2 change clouds, and if it doesn’t, what importance can it have? Continue reading

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Wind and Humidity Hypothesis

Can the changes of recorded temperatures showing warmer post Great Pacific Climate Shift and recent cooling be a function of wind and humidity? Continue reading

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Is it hot snow?

Given extensive snow cover, the claim of warmest ever year has some cognitive dissonance. Continue reading

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