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Internal Radiative Forcing And The Illusion Of A Sensitive Climate System

By | April 23, 2008

1. Background Many of us, especially those who were trained as meteorologists, have long questioned the climate research community’s reliance on computerized climate models for global warming projections. In contrast to our perception that the real climate system is constantly readjusting to internal fluctuations in ways that stabilize the system, climate models built upon measured climate behavior invariably… Read More »

The Government Grant System: Inhibitor of Truth and Innovation?

By | April 21, 2008

Flush with success in creating an atom bomb, the U.S. federal government decided it should start funding nonmilitary scientific research. A government report titled "Science, the Endless Frontier" provides the justification for doing this. It makes the case that "science is the responsibility of government because new scientific knowledge vitally affects our health, our jobs, and our national… Read More »

Observed Climate Change and Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in Wyoming

By | April 16, 2008

Annual temperature: The historical time series of statewide annual temperatures in Wyoming begins in 1895. Over the entire record, there has been an upward trend, which has resulted in temperatures in the early 21st century being about 2ºF warmer than temperatures 100 years ago. Despite this long-term rise however, the record is largely dominated by annual and decadal-scale… Read More »

Has the IPCC inflated the feedback factor?

By | April 10, 2008

In the IPCC’s methodology, climate sensitivity ?T? to radiative forcing is the product of three factors: Tropopausal radiative forcing, the no-feedbacks climate sensitivity parameter, and the feedback multiplier.

Has the IPCC inflated the feedback factor?

By | April 10, 2008

In the IPCC’s methodology, climate sensitivity ?T? to radiative forcing is the product of three factors: Tropopausal radiative forcing, the no-feedbacks climate sensitivity parameter, and the feedback multiplier.

“Climate Target is not radical enough”

By | April 8, 2008

Nasa scientist warns the world must urgently make huge CO2 reductions Ed Pilkington, The Guardian, Monday, 7 April, 2008. Commentary by Christopher Monckton The scare: One of the world’s leading climate scientists warns today that the EU and its international partners must urgently rethink targets for cutting carbon dioxide in the atmosphere because of fears they have grossly… Read More »

“Climate Target is not radical enough”

By | April 8, 2008

Nasa scientist warns the world must urgently make huge CO2 reductions Ed Pilkington, The Guardian, Monday, 7 April, 2008. Commentary by Christopher Monckton The scare: One of the world’s leading climate scientists warns today that the EU and its international partners must urgently rethink targets for cutting carbon dioxide in the atmosphere because of fears they have grossly… Read More »

Global Warming Profiteers Are Wrong

By | April 4, 2008

Climate alarmists are alarmed, scaremongers scared, for their predictions of catastrophe are not coming true. "Global warming" has stopped. For 10 years, average temperatures on earth have not risen. For seven years, the trend has been downward. The fall between January 2007 and January 2008 was the biggest since records began in 1880.