Tag Archives: Judith Curry

Things I thought were obvious – part 2

I know this is a little old, but Judith Curry had a post a week or so ago about whether or not climate change is a ruin problem. I wasn’t wanting to discuss it detail, but there was something in … Continue reading

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New albedo paper?

I was wondering if anyone had any insight into the recent paper by Stephens et al. on the albedo of the Earth. Judith Curry thinks the paper is profound. Andrew Montford and Roger Pielke Sr apparently think it is a … Continue reading

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Critical thought?

I’m constantly amazed by what some seem to think is good or interesting. The latest seems to be an article by a Professor or Economics and an Independent Scholar called causes and conequences of the climate science boom. Both Judith … Continue reading

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IPCC AR6

I gather that the IPCC plans to continue in a manner similar to how it’s operated in the past. It seems that Stoat thinks they should be considering shorter, more focused, reports. Judith Curry illustrates her subjectivity by suggesting it … Continue reading

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Scientific civility and the climate wars

Partly because I managed to get my laptop to stop working (by spilling coffee on the keyboard) and partly because I don’t have much to say (well, not much that would be constructive) I haven’t posted for a few days. … Continue reading

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“More than half” is the same as “> 50%”!

A while ago Judith Curry wrote a rather confusing post about the IPCC’s attribution statement (that more than 50% of the warming since 1950 was anthropogenic). Gavin Schmidt responded on RealClimate, and Judith Curry has been promising to respond to … 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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Same ol’ same ol’

Richard Tol first came to my attention when he publicly criticised the consensus project. For reasons quite hard to understand, he tried very, very, very, hard to get his commentary published, eventually succeeding. At the same time, it became quite … Continue reading

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Lewis and Curry

Nic Lewis and Judith Curry have had a new paper published called The implications for climate sensitivity of AR5 forcing and heat uptake estimates. This seems to be pretty much the same as Otto et al. (2013), except with different … Continue reading

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Curry for dinner

This is a guess post by VTG Judith Curry has posted a short summary(1) of her recent talk sponsored by the George Marshall Institute, attempting to put the case for adaptation rather than mitigation. In the somewhat tortured semantics of … Continue reading

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