Tag Archives: temperature anomaly data

Andrew Montford and the BBC News

Andrew Montford, who writes the Bishop Hill blog is a noted climate science “skeptic”. In the run-up to the release of the IPCC’s AR5 SPM, the BBC had a number of news reports about climate science. One of the reports … Continue reading

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Watt about the averages?

Just a quick post to point out that Bob Tisdale doesn’t read things very carefully, or doesn’t take much time to think about what he has read. In a recent Watts Up With That (WUWT) post called Why the NOAA … Continue reading

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Lies, damned lies and statistics!

There’s rather a strange post over on Bishop Hill called Met Office admits claims of significant temperature rise untenable. The post discusses the Met Office’s response to a parliamentary question by Lord Donahue in which he asked …Her Majesty’s Government … Continue reading

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Has global warming stalled?

A particular theme of mine on this blog has been that using temperature anomaly data alone to determine if global warming has stopped or not is simplistic and ignores indicators of global warming. These are reductions in the volume of … Continue reading

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Is global warming accelerating?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a recent post called Monckton asks IPCC for correction to AR4. This post relates to a letter sent to the IPCC by Christopher Monckton in which he asks them to correct an interpretation of … Continue reading

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Watt about the “escalator”?

A little while ago Skeptical Science produced a graphic that they used to try and illustrate the difference between short-term variations and long-term trends. It was called The Escalator and I include it below. As I discussed in a previous … Continue reading

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Watt about the comments?

My previous post was a general discussion about how one cannot use temperature anomaly data to claim that there has been a pause in global warming since the mid 1990s. You can read the post for yourself, but the main … Continue reading

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