Tag Archives: Greenhouse gas

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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Statistically derived human influences

I came across a paper today that I thought I might highlight here. It’s in Nature Geosciences, the authors are Francisco Estrada, Pierre Perron & Benjamin Martinez-Lopez, and the paper is called Statistically derived contributions of diverse human influences to … Continue reading

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The Thermostatic Hypothesis

Willis Eschenbach and Roy Spencer appear to be having a bit of a battle over whether or not the type of citizen science that Willis undertakes has any real merit. Roy doesn’t seem to think that what Willis does has … Continue reading

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Can the ECS be less than 2 degrees?

I thought I would post this video of a talk by A.E. Dessler, that’s being doing the rounds. You may all already have seen it. I saw it first at Rabett Run. The video basically discusses whether or not the … Continue reading

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Watt about the effectiveness of carbon dioxide?

There is a recent post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) about the the effectiveness of CO2 as a greenhouse gas. It makes the following statement According to well understood physical parameters, the effectiveness of CO2 as a greenhouse gas … Continue reading

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Watt about the ground rules?

If you’ve read some of my earlier posts you may know that I have tried commenting on Watts Up With That (WUWT) posts and, because of the response my comments received, I no longer comment on WUWT posts. To a … Continue reading

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