by Judith Curry Discussion thread for your reflections and prognostications Where to begin? 2022 was a wild ride. While politics and the economy seem depressing, I spotted a FASCINATING article Top 22 Breakthroughs of 2022 versus 1922. After reading this … Continue reading →
© Clintel Foundation / Thursday December 15, 2022 Support us in the Climate Case of the Century This picture, produced for Clintel by the Dutch artist Vincent Geijsen, tells a thousand words. Clintel is David fighting not one but two Goliaths. Indeed, Clintel has applied for leave to intervene [...] The post Newsletter December 15, 2022 appeared first on Clintel.
by Judith Curry How the duality of yin-yang can illuminate the climate debate and enlighten transformational research. Ok, this is something different, I hope you will find it interesting. A little known JC fact is that my main hobby is … Continue reading →
The faux urgency of the climate crisis is giving us no time or space to build a secure energy future
by Judith Curry There is a growing realisation that emissions and temperature targets are now detached from the issues of human well-being and the development of our 21st century world. JC note: this is the text of my op-ed for … Continue reading →
by Judith Curry Two exciting new books in climate fiction (Cli-fi), with net zero themes. You may recall two early posts at CE on Cli-fi [link] [link]; these posts helped popularize the term. Almost exactly 10 years since my initial post, … Continue reading →
by Alan Longhurst by Alan Longhurst The pattern of warming of surface air temperature recorded by the instrumental data is accepted almost without question by the science community as being the consequence of the progressive and global contamination of the … Continue reading →
"If it [a scientific hypothesis] disagrees with experiment, it’s WRONG." – Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman A rather different challenge to the CO2 global warming hypothesis from the challenges discussed in my previous posts postulates that human emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere have only a minimal impact on the earth’s temperature. Instead, it [...] The post Ocean currents may be more important than the greenhouse effect appeared first on Clintel.
by Judith Curry “Something frightening poses a perceived risk. Something dangerous poses a real risk.” – Swedish physician Hans Rosling et al.[i] This post is a follow on to my recent post Victims of the faux climate ‘crisis’. Part I: … Continue reading →
by Judith Curry With the new media, it’s astonishing how much trouble a mild-mannered grandmother speaking common sense about climate change can cause without leaving her home. I’m at a bit of an inflection point. After my resignation from Georgia … Continue reading →
by Frank Bosse A very interesting blog post by Gavin Schmidt provides input on “constraining“ the observed TCR ( Transient Climate Response) in the time window 1979- 2022 using the latest climate models. Gavin presents a comparison of the “Models … Continue reading →
by David Young This post lays out in fairly complete detail some basic facts about Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling. This technology is the core of all general circulation models of the atmosphere and oceans, and hence global climate models … Continue reading →
Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson Name: Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson Country: UK What is your background? My education is Oceanographer at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil and I am taking a MSc in International Public Policy at Queen Mary University of London. As a Professional Diving Instructor, I had the opportunity to [...] The post Interview Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson appeared first on Clintel.