The Great Snow Cover Debate: Are we seeing more snow or less?
Willie Soon, Ronan and his father Michael Connolly released a new interesting video about the snow cover debate. Clintel covers this debate in chapter 4 of our report The Frozen Climate Views of the IPCC. The three scientists published a paper in 2019 comparing snow cover in climate models with observations. In [...]
Open letter to Dr Hoesung Lee, Chair of the IPCC
Professor Dr. Hoesung Lee, Chair of the IPCC, c/o World Meteorological Organization 7bis Avenue de la Paix C.P. 2300 CH -1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. The Hague, May 25, 2023 Dear Dr. Hoesung Lee, With the recently published Synthesis Report, the IPCC finished its sixth assessment cycle, consisting of seven reports in [...]
Is AR6 the worst and most biased IPCC Report?
By Andy May This is the text of my presentation on Tom Nelson’s podcast which can be viewed here. The question and answers start at about 18:15 into the interview. The first IPCC Physical Science Basis report is called “FAR” and was first published in 1990. An updated 1992 version of the report contains this [...]
Thorough analysis by Clintel shows serious errors in latest IPCC report
© Clintel Foundation / Tuesday May 9, 2023 Amsterdam, 9 May 2023 * IPCC hides good news about disaster losses and climate-related deaths * IPCC wrongly claimed the estimate of climate sensitivity is above 2.5°C; it is more likely below 2°C * IPCC misleads policy makers by focusing on [...]
Coming Soon: The Frozen Climate Views of the IPCC
An international team of scientists from the Clintel network has looked into parts of the Working Group 1 and Working Group 2 reports of the IPCC Sixth Assessment report. The report will be released on Wednesday 26 April. To stay informed about this and other Clintel projects, please subscribe to our newsletter. Clintel [...]
The error of the mean: a dispute between Gavin Schmidt and Nicola Scafetta
By Andy May You can read this post in German here, courtesy of Christian Freuer. Here we go again, writing on the proper use of statistics in climate science. Traditionally, the most serious errors in statistical analysis are made in the social sciences, with medical papers coming in a close second. Climate science is biting [...]