Tag Archives: AGW

A GHCN Analysis

Over at Open Mind, Tamino has an analysis of GHCN station data that looks quite interesting to this layperson’s eyes. I’m going to start a post on this to examine his analysis and most importantly, the next post which he promises will be a response to skeptics and their criticism of GHCN. Here’s an excerpt […]

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More Questionable IPCC Sources

Now, this is really silly… According to a report in the Telegraph, the IPCC AR4 included references to a climber’s magazine article and an MA Thesis to support its claims about glacier loss and global warming impacts. The IPCC WG2 report, Chapter 1, Section 3.2 on “Observed effects due to changes in the cryosphere cites […]

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What did it for me?

The last couple of weeks have been a watershed for me in terms of my own thinking about AGW. I entered into the post-climategate world with a willingness to see if the emails turned up evidence of a quality and quantity necessary to undermine the foundations of AGW, which I take to be the dominant […]

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Brass Tacts

Over at Climate Audit, there are a few comments in the “Lots of Station Data” post that get to the heart of the matter when it comes to the CRU Event: For some CAers, it is proof of fraud: For ex: You’ve got to be kidding me. And we’re still trying to be nice and […]

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