Monday, September 16, 2013


Met Office in the Mail on Sunday | Met Office News Blog
...The article states that the Met Office’s ‘flagship’ model (referring to our Earth System Model known as HadGEM2-ES) is too sensitive to greenhouse gases and therefore overestimates the possible temperature changes we may see by 2100.

There is no scientific evidence to support this claim. It is indeed the case that HadGEM2-ES is among the most sensitive models used by the IPCC (something the Met Office itself has discussed in a science paper published early this year), but it lies within the accepted range of climate sensitivity highlighted by the IPCC.

Equally when HadGEM2-ES is evaluated against many aspects of the observed climate, including those that are critical for determining the climate sensitivity, it has proved to be amongst the most skilful models in the world.
Auckland diocese to divest from fossil fuels
“Jesus speaks of ‘where your treasure is there your heart will be also.’ Our heart is for a greener future.”
Study: Homes located within one mile of wind turbines decrease in value by 28 percent |
“The report’s own data found that homes located within one mile to the turbines decreased in value by 28 percent compared to homes located within 3 to 10 miles from the turbines,” according to Virginia Irvine, president of WWMA (, a statewide alliance of grassroots environmental groups and individuals.
Oxford warmist: New IPCC report not a ‘bible’, not ‘infallible or approximately infallible’ |
[Myles Allen] “It is not a bible, it is a scientific review, an assessment of the literature. Frankly both sides are seriously confused on how science works – the critics of the IPCC and the environmentalists who credit the IPCC as if it is the gospel.”

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