Tag Archives: Isaac Held

Why I find it difficult to discuss climate policy

I generally try to avoid discussing climate policy specifically. One obvious reason is that I don’t have any particular expertise in that area, or any special insights. However, there is a somewhat subtler reason as to why I find it … Continue reading

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Thinking globally

Isaac Held has a recent post called addicted to global mean temperature, that I wanted to highlight. It’s quite relevant to the energy balance models that I’ve dicussed before. You should probably just read Isaac Held’s post, but I thought … Continue reading

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Steve Koonin and the small percentage fallacy

Steve Koonin had an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal a while ago called Climate science is not settled. He was also involved in initial attempts by the American Physical Society to draft a statement on climate science that Judith … Continue reading

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A two-box model

In an attempt to learn something about climate modelling, I decided to write a little two-box climate model. I found quite a lot of useful information on Tamino’s blog, Arthur Smith’s blog, Isaac Held’s blog, Lucia’s blackboard and from Kevin … Continue reading

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