By Andy May There are three types of scientific models, as shown in figure 1. In this series of seven posts on climate model bias we are only concerned with…
I hope this is sufficient evidence of the superiority of our way of plotting different time series when the intent is to reveal differences in long-term trends, rather than hide those differences.
In fact, as the evidence above shows, it is our accusers who are engaged in “trickery” and deception by “hiding the incline”
...he seems to be trying too hard to refute my claims while using weak (and even non-existent) evidence.
...here’s a comparison between models and observations for the U.S. Corn Belt near-surface air temperatures in summer:
These results are somewhat in contrast to climate projections, where runoff is expected to decrease only over southern Europe.
Do climate models offer a firm basis for attempting to re-engineer the entire global economy?
According to advocates, AI can generate better flood predictions than physics and geography. But is this just more magic box thinking?
...using this highly politicised method would indicate that reality is rapidly departing from the Met Office station.
By Andy May I hate statistics, as many of you know. Some people think statistics and/or statistical models that meet standard statistical criteria are facts. The IPCC can be like…
Sea turtles in Florida are handling the climate crisis quite well.
The paper, shrouded in the guise of scientific inquiry, seems more like an exercise in creative speculation, leveraging the universal appeal of the Olympics to propagate the narrative of climate catastrophe.
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach ABSTRACT A simple constructal model of the operation of the climate system was created by Dr. Adrian Bejan and several others. It posits that the…
The East Pacific Ocean's progressive cooling over the past 30 years contradicts climate models predicting warming due to greenhouse gas emissions. This discrepancy impacts global agriculture, as the ocean's temperature directly...
Trees, Clouds, and the Unsettling Truth about Climate Science In a recent revelation from the international CLOUD project at the nuclear research center CERN, researchers have identified sesquiterpenes—gaseous hydrocarbons...
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