Monthly Archives: June 2013

A lighter moment!

Haven’t really had time for a post today and there’s nothing that I particularly feel like writing about at the moment (that could all change though). Instead I thought I would simply post the following cartoon. I don’t know who … Continue reading

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Watt about John Cook and the atom bombs?

Not surprisingly, Watts up With That (WUWT) has a post mocking John Cook’s recent quote that the increase in energy associated anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is the same as 4 Hiroshima bombs per second. As I showed in yesterdays’s post, … Continue reading

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John Cook and the atomic bombs

John Cook, who writes the Skeptical Science blog, has been criticised – in a blog article called Media Fail: John Cook’s Atom Bombs – for comparing global warming to atomic bombs. This Media Fail post is actually referring to an … Continue reading

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Watt about Murry Salby?

There’s a new post on Watts up With That (WUWT) by Dr Vincent Gray in which he extols the virtues of Roy Spencer and Murry Salby. I’ve already discussed the virtues of Roy Spencer in a previous post, so I … Continue reading

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Sympathy for the climate models?

There was a comment on one of my previous posts suggesting that I should stop being “sympathetic” towards climate models since, without criticism, climate scientists will never put any effort into correcting the problems with their models. The suggestion being … Continue reading

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Willis and the ocean forcing

Willis Eschenbach has a new post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) called forcing the ocean to confess. In this post Willis calculates the global forcing associated with increases in the ocean heat content. I’m not quite sure that this … Continue reading

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