Tag Archives: Forcings

Forcings and feedbacks

After my lengthy exchange with Roger Pielke Sr, I thought I might write a quick post about forcings and feedbacks. I thought I might also comment on this tweet from Roger “I also don’t think that the term forcing in … Continue reading

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Back to basics

Although I didn’t really think through starting this blog, one motivation was that I was aware that quite a lot of what was said about climate science in the blogosphere was simply wrong. I thought that if I could point … Continue reading

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Are feedbacks operating?

I’ve been pondering today if being anonymous means that others think it’s okay to be rude and unpleasant, or if they are simply rude and unpleasant. I’m tending towards the latter and have seen nothing to convince me otherwise. A … Continue reading

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MODTRAN

Chris suggested that maybe I should summarise yesterday’s discussion with Roger Pielke Sr. I may do that but I think I would first need to give it some thought, and I also need to catch my breath slightly. However, as … Continue reading

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Okay, Roger, an acknowledgement

I wrote, yesterday, a rather snarky – and insulting – post about what I thought was an embarrassing blunder by Roger Pielke Sr in his recent WUWT post. Roger responded with the following tweet Misinterpretation by @wottsupwiththat See http://t.co/fADmzTu23T and … Continue reading

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