Tag Archives: Judith Curry

Mass Balance

I once again managed to get involved in a discussion on Judith Curry’s blog about the rise in atmospheric CO2. This time was slightly better than it has been in the past, as most seemed to at least agree that … Continue reading

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Precautionary measures

Nassim Taleb, who is the originator of the Black Swan theory, is – amongst others – the author of a short essay called Climate models and precautionary measures. The basic premise seems to be that because this is a global … Continue reading

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Dogma?

I watched some of the Congressional hearing yesterday on Data or dogma? It consisted of evidence from four people who I shall politely describe as contrarians (Judith Curry, John Christy, William Happer, and Mark Steyn) and one person who had … Continue reading

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There is no tribe!

David Rose has a new article about Judith Curry called I was tossed out of the tribe. Well, here’s problem number one. There is no tribe. If you’re a scientist/researcher, then you should be aiming to do research that is … Continue reading

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NOAA vs Lamar Smith

Two posts in one day; I haven’t done that for a while. Must be because I’ve drifted back into the climate wars. I kind of wish I was more interested in sociology, because some of what I’ve experienced in the … Continue reading

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Political bias in the Academy

I know Eli has mentioned the Heterodox Academy, as has Judith, but I thought I would add my two-cents worth. The goal of the Heterodox Academy seems to be to increase viewpoint diversity in the academy, with a special focus … Continue reading

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The Moon

I’m not yet back from my meeting, but I thought I would post this picture of the Moon that I took last night. It’s not quite as sharp as I would like, but you can at least see the structure … Continue reading

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Stocks and flows

There has been quite a remarkable thread on Judith Curry’s blog called quantifying the anthropogenic contribution to atmospheric CO2. Remarkable for a number of reasons. One being that Judith would post it without comment. What Judith says in the comments … Continue reading

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Judith Curry’s testimony

I’ve been rather busy the last few days, so haven’t had a chance to post anything. Yesterday, however, Judith Curry gave evidence before the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology Hearing on the President’s UN Climate Pledge. … Continue reading

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Andy Lacis responds to Steve Koonin

I know Eli’s already posted Andy Lacis’s response to Steve Koonin on Judith Curry’s blog, but I thought it worth repeating. It’s a pretty impressive comment in terms of what it covers, so it’s worth reading in it’s own right. … Continue reading

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