Tag Archives: Tamino

A (stupid) $100000 bet

I was going to ignore this, but since this is a blog and I’ve nothing better to write about, I thought I would comment on Doug Keenan’s $100000 challenge. If you want some insights into Doug Keenan, Richard Telford’s blog … 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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The impact of the “hiatus”?

Tamino has an interesting post about the recent slowdown in surface warming. His post essentially points out that if you consider a long enough time interval, it’s pretty hard to find evidence for a slowdown. I do think we have … 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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Global Temperature: the Post-1998 Surprise

Originally posted on Open Mind:
Given how rapidly global temperature was rising prior to 1998, what’s the most surprising thing about global temperature since 1998? Most who call themselves “skeptics” of global warming would probably say “No global warming since…

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