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  • CAGW: a ‘snarl’ word? Mon, 26 Nov 18, 10:00pm
    The term ‘CAGW’  has both appropriate and inappropriate usage. Introduction Rational Wiki says: ‘“CAGW”, for “catastrophic anthropogenic global warming”, is a snarl word (or snarl acronym) that global...
  • Nothing sparks political discussion and debate more than a family dinner during the holidays. In this explosive political climate, chances are the conversation will run wild during Thanksgiving even more than it has in the...
  • The catastrophe narrative Thu, 15 Nov 18, 1:45pm
    by Andy West A narrative propagated by emotive engagement, not veracity. Introduction Within the public domain, there is a widespread narrative of certainty (absent deep emissions cuts) of near-term (decades) climate catastrophe....
  • The debate: my presentation Wed, 13 Jun 18, 7:00am
    by Judith Curry My presentation  is provided here.  This is being posted at the start of the event. I HUGELY appreciate the comments that you provided on that one slide [link], both in the comments and sent via email.  I...
  • The debate Tue, 29 May 18, 12:09pm
    by Judith Curry On June 12, I am scheduled to appear in a debate that includes Michael Mann Here are the details from the website: Climate change is undeniable...
  • A beluga whale living in captivity with a pod of bottlenose dolphins learned to communicate using their unique "language" or sounds. Detailed in a new study published in the journal Animal Cognition, the extraordinary inter-species...
  • Alarm about alarmism Sun, 16 Jul 17, 12:59am
    by Judith Curry The climate change debate has entered what we might call the “Campfire Phase”, in which the goal is to tell the scariest story...
  • by Judith Curry Why real nobodies are more powerful than repressed somebodies. The U.S. first tweeting President has upended our perceptions on the appropriate method for a President communicate. Millions of people are perplexed...
  • Elon Musk must not be busy enough with his Boring company, Space X and Tesla, because he just became CEO of another company, and this one has a goal of turning us all into cyborgs. Neuralink, a San Francisco-based startup,...
  • A War Against Fire Sat, 2 Jan 16, 12:03pm
    by Judith Curry The most savage controversies are those as to which there is no good evidence either way. -Bertrand Russell Bishop Hill points to a 1990 essay by Russell Seitz that was a response to Jim Hansen’s Congressional...
  • by Judith Curry Nature’s deviations disrupt our lives and businesses more than we should accept. – Bill Gail Bill Gail has superb editorial in USA Today – Don’t let climate debate hinder economy.  Full...
  • Lukewarming Fri, 6 Nov 15, 1:06am
    by Judith Curry Two new books on lukewarming have recently been published. Lukewarming – Pat Michaels and Chip Knappenberger Lukewarming: The New Climate Science that Changes Everything, by Pat Michaels and Chip Knappenberger...
  • Industry funding: witch hunts Wed, 19 Aug 15, 10:57am
    by Judith Curry There is a remarkable and disturbing story playing out in the biotechnology academic community over industry  funding related to genetically modified food...
  • by Judith Curry A Disgrace to the Profession: The World’s Scientists – in their own words – on Michael E Mann, his Hockey Stick and their Damage to Science – Volume One The book can be purchased at...
  • by Judith Curry There is an unfortunate knowledge monopoly in climate science and policy – the IPCC and UNFCCC.  As a result there is insufficient intellectual and political diversity in assessments about climate change....
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