Tag Archives: Kevin E. Trenberth

“Global warming” vs “Global heating”

I was a little surprised by some of the views expressed in the comments on my previous post. I had assumed that it was fairly obvious that the term “global warming” should really be used to refer to the overall … Continue reading

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Kevin and his tricks!

Lucia over at The Blackboard has a couple of recent posts about Kevin Trenberth, called Trenberth’s missing trends and Trenberth’s Trick. These posts refer to a recent article by Kevin Trenberth called has global warming stalled? So what does Lucia … Continue reading

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Watt about the Tornadoes?

I wasn’t that keen to write about the Oklahoma tornado as it is a tragic event in which many people have died. Anthony Watts’s recent post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) was, however, sufficiently infuriating, that I can’t help … Continue reading

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Watt about Trenberth’s “missing heat”?

There’s been this ongoing controversy about what is referred to as Trenberth’s “missing heat”. Essentially models have been – in an average sense – over predicting the rise in global surface temperatures, when compared to what is observed. My understanding … Continue reading

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