Monthly Archives: August 2008

On the Current State of Climate Models

The U.S. Climate Change Science Program has a report Climate Models: An Assessment of Strengths and Limitations now available. I have plenty of reading time with the breaks during jury duty…I’m a little over half way through.

The latest fad to keep the denial crowd busy for a week

Just one more to accompany Gerlich and Tscheuschner, Miskolczi, and other strange pieces on how an atmospheric greenhouse effect is supposed to operate.

Once again, like evolution, thermodynamics throws science out the window. Theories that don’t exist are refuted, and mysterious “natural variability” is thrown in the mix.

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On CO2 lifetime and the incompleteness of short-term mitigation options

Quite frequently in discussions on climate change, projections are given out to some time period like “by 2100” or by some useful metric like “a doubling of CO2.”

Global Warming Art

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