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The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (VII). A summary plus Q&A

by Javier Vinós & Andy May reposted from Climate Etc. “On the other hand, I think I can safely say that nobody understands climate change.” J. Vinós, paraphrasing Richard Feynman’s words about quantum mechanics. 7.1 Introduction This plain-language summary has been written at the request of some readers of our series of [...]

By |2022-09-26T16:45:34+02:0026 September 2022|News, USA|Comments Off on The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (VII). A summary plus Q&A

New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower (Climate Etc. version)

by Nic Lewis reposted from Climate Etc. Official estimates of future global warming may be overstated. A brief summary in press release style of my new paper (written in the third person) One of the most important conclusions of the recent 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR6) was [...]

By |2022-09-26T17:00:41+02:0026 September 2022|News, United Kingdom|Comments Off on New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower (Climate Etc. version)

Models versus global surface temperatures: ECS discussion

by Nicola Scafetta reposted from Climate Etc. Two publications examining the equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS) have recently been published in Climate Dynamics: Scafetta, N. (2022a). CMIP6 GCM ensemble members versus global surface temperatures. Lewis, N. (2022). Objectively combining climate sensitivity evidence. These two papers are significant because they take different but complimentary approaches and achieve the same [...]

By |2022-09-26T19:11:27+02:0026 September 2022|Italy, News|Comments Off on Models versus global surface temperatures: ECS discussion

How the Greenland ice sheet ‘really’ fared this year

The Greenland ice sheet’s melt season is over, bringing the 2021-2022 season to a close. Below I take a deep-dive into how the poster boy for global warming fared over the past 12-months. ‘SURFACE’ MASS BALANCE Greenland’s ice sheet gains snow and ice from September through to the following June, and then, as [...]

By |2022-09-26T17:07:02+02:0026 September 2022|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How the Greenland ice sheet ‘really’ fared this year

Interview Thom Gilliam

Thom Gilliam Name: Thom Gilliam Country: USA What is your background? I am a former Professor of Accountancy and former Silicon Valley executive. I studied at Florida State University (Ph.D), Notre Dame de Namur University (MBA), and San Diego State University (BSBA). I spent 20 years working in the semiconductor and computer [...]

By |2022-09-23T14:33:32+02:0023 September 2022|Interviews|Comments Off on Interview Thom Gilliam

New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower

Official IPCC estimates of future global warming may be overstated Press Release by GWPF A new paper reduces the estimate of climate sensitivity – the amount of warming expected for a doubling of carbon dioxide concentrations – by one third. The results therefore suggest that future global warming will be much [...]

By |2022-09-21T18:27:12+02:0021 September 2022|IPCC, News, United Kingdom|Comments Off on New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower

Interview George Sowers

George Sowers Name: George Sowers Country: USA What is your background? I was born in Atlanta in 1958. My father was a professor of Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech and was eventually inducted into the National Academy of Engineering. My university training is in physics. I have a bachelor’s degree in physics [...]

By |2022-09-20T10:46:26+02:0020 September 2022|Interviews|Comments Off on Interview George Sowers

A Much Larger Greenhouse Effect – But Temperatures Dominated by Cooling

Guest post by Wim Röst Foreword Especially for Policymakers The greenhouse effect appears to be much higher than previously assumed. However, that also means that the greenhouse effect does not determine the temperature. Earth's temperatures are way lower. The level of Earth's temperatures appears to be completely dependent on cooling by the [...]

By |2022-09-15T16:13:15+02:0013 September 2022|News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on A Much Larger Greenhouse Effect – But Temperatures Dominated by Cooling

Simpletons versus wicked scientists

by Judith Curry - Reposted from Climate Etc. In which wicked scientists are the good guys. Activism by climate scientists has been the topic of numerous prior blog posts at Climate Etc.  Such activism is generally focused on eliminating fossil fuels.  This post presents a new framing for the activism issue. While [...]

By |2022-09-13T14:50:11+02:0013 September 2022|News, USA|Comments Off on Simpletons versus wicked scientists

Interview Rick Willoughby

Rick Willoughby Name: Rick Willoughby Country: Australia What is your background? I graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Queensland and was employed by Conzinc Riotinto Australia (CRA); initially in the underground mine at Broken Hill. I subsequently transferred to Dampier iron ore operations where I worked on [...]

By |2022-09-13T14:19:41+02:0013 September 2022|Interviews|Comments Off on Interview Rick Willoughby