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Murry Salby in London

Joshua has pointed out that Judith Curry has written a post about Murry Salby’s recent presentation in London. There was some hope that Judith might actually express some views about his ideas, but she just seems to find it interesting. … Continue reading

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Salby again!

After my last encounter on Bishop-Hill, I had a thought that I might simply avoid commenting there. However, when someone suggested that Rupert Darwall was a perceptive chap, I couldn’t resist pointing out that this was only true if regarding … Continue reading

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Salby comment 1

Murry Salby has now completed his tour of Britain and there have been a few posts discussing his presentations. Some positive, others not. I’ll be quite honest and say that I think Salby’s ideas are scientifically incorrect and that it’s … 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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Ignoring adaptation?

Oren Cass has an article in the Wall Street Journal called Doomsday climate scenarios are a joke. It’s based on a report that he has written for the Manhattan Institute. The Manhattan Institute publishes a magazine called the City Journal … Continue reading

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A challenge?

A comment by William Connolley on Sou’s recent post lead me to Joanne Nova’ site. The post on Joanne’s site, that William had highlighted, was about how the media distorts the news and contained the classic line If the world … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

So, it’s almost the end of 2013 and, for me at least, it’s been quite a year. I started this blog on the spur of the moment and didn’t really expect anyone to take it all that seriously. I’ve had … Continue reading

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95% and things

I notice that the deadline for the submission to the UK government’s IPCC inquiry has passed. I didn’t submit anything; partly because I just forgot, and partly because I’m still just an anonymous blogger and doing so would seem to … Continue reading

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Watt about the CO2 residence time?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a recent post by Christopher Monckton called On CO2 residence times – the chicken or the egg. Ths post discusses the bombtest curve shown in the figure below. This curve shows the decay of … Continue reading

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Henry’s Law

Update – 03 March 2019: This post is really a bit simplistic. I’ve since covered this in more detail and written a series of posts. You can find them here, here and here. Murry Salby is doing a tour of … Continue reading

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