Sunday, November 11, 2012

Climate Conversation Group » Did climate case judge get ETS credits?
now we wait to learn whether Justice Venning was still collecting credits under the Climate Change Response Act at the time he was considering the case against NIWA.
Peter Berenyi: Hey – Climate Modellers! Wake Up! « Tallbloke's Talkshop
The fundamental issue with computational climate models is an epistemological one. Fitting multiple models, and computational ones of high Kolmogorov complexity at that, to a single run of a unique instance is not science, never was and never will be. The very paradigm of climate modelling, as it is practiced in the last several decades is flawed, and should be abandoned immediately.

The proper approach is to seek a simple theory, that fits many experimental runs of multiple physical instances, but GCMs are as far away from this requirement, as anything ever can get.
Matt Ridley: Can Medieval Heat Cool Warming Worries? | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
A flurry of recent scientific papers has tried to measure the warmth of the “Medieval Warm Period” (MWP) of about 1,000 years ago. Scientists have long debated whether it was cooler or warmer than today, and whether the warmth was global or regional. The point for nonscientists: If recent warming has precedents, some might find it less alarming.
44 inches (112 cm)of snow in Ulm Montana
“Thank God the UN is worried for my safety because of all of this warming,” says reader Susan Johnson.

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