Category Archives: AGW Science and Background

Articles with a “Global Warming” science or background theme

Trend vs Range vs Causality in Temperatures

A small observation about trend in temperatures and the desirability to look a range. Continue reading

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It’s The Water, And A Lot More (vapor)

Water Vapor added to the control knob of climate in “settled science”. Continue reading

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Salvatore Del Prete Thesis

Salvatore Del Prete posted his thesis on WUWT in a comment. I’m posting it here to make it easier to find in the future, and for folks who have not seen it to take a look. Continue reading

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Water World

A very nice page with graphs and calculations showing water is what matters, not CO2. Continue reading

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Polar Night Jet and UV Driven Albedo

Does less UV and a shorter atmospheric height lead to a flattened and wider polar outflow (polar vortex) and put colder air in contact with warmer moist subtropical air, leading to an increase in cloud cover and temperate zone albedo changes? Continue reading

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