Thursday, January 10, 2013

Hooray! Warmist Susan Solomon wins an award, because she allegedly knows how the climate system responds "to perturbations in atmospheric composition"

Susan Solomon wins the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award for establishing the links between atmosphere, climate and human activity
Carlos Duarte, the jury secretary and Director of the UWA Oceans Institute at The University of Western Australia, added during the announcement event that Solomon "has formulated a general theory of climate system response to perturbations in atmospheric composition."
Flashback: Susan Solomon claim: "IPCC has placed high priority on communicating uncertainty"

Flashback: 2008: Jones says that Susan Solomon got "tough" with McIntyre and "threatened to remove him from the reviewer's list"; Jones also reveals that he and Briffa "work on the sedimentary sequence approach to filing!"
She did get tough with McIntyre when he began requesting in press/submitted papers that were referred to in AR4 drafts - saying he couldn't do an adequate review without seeing them. He stopped once she threatened to remove him from the reviewer's list.
Flashback: Warmist Susan Solomon imagines that she emits incredibly long-lived CO2: "every pound of carbon that is emitted because I do something — drive a car or take an airplane or turn on a light — is going to influence the climate for a thousand years"

Flashback: Long Droughts, Rising Seas Predicted Despite Future CO2 Curbs
"I think you have to think about this stuff [carbon dioxide] as more like nuclear waste than acid rain: The more we add, the worse off we'll be," NOAA senior scientist Susan Solomon told reporters in a conference call.

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