Tag Archives: Global Warming

One Tenth Bar, Short Waves, and Solar Spectral Change

A review of a paper that finds a 1/10 bar ( 1/10 atmospheric pressure) common location of a tropopause on many planets with divergent atmospheres. Another paper says this can be applied to all sorts of planets, not just in our solar system, and also finds that the Stellar Spectrum matters. As our Solar Spectrum just shifted, I speculate that matters too, and that this 0.1 bar formula constrains our temperatures also. Continue reading

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Seeking Mertonian Norms in Global Warming Studies

A brief review of the Mertonian Norms of Science, and a review of how they are not demonstrated much in Global Warming science… Along with a lament about how to reverse that. Continue reading

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Winter Storm Warning for California – NOAA

NOAA issues a set of Winter Storm Warnings and snow there’s to be more snow in the Sierra Nevada. Generally good news, but not in keeping with Global Warming Dogma… It is NOT a warm snow… Continue reading

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A Wonderful Comment on the Benefit of CO2

RGBatDuke does a great job of saying just why treerings are a poor thermometer and why CO2 is a Very Good Thing in a comment from WUWT. Continue reading

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Send In The Clouds…

Clouds and albedo change limit imblanaces in energy flow into the planet to a remarkable degree and balance the differences between hemispheres. Continue reading

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