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This is How Climate Works – Part 3

Part 3. Watts Up With That? Guest essay by Mike Jonas /Continued from Part 2 6. The Awful Process 6.1 Paradigm Shift In Part 1, I referred to the truly awful process by which science currently operates. Science is supposed to be self-correcting, and Karl Popper described the process by which this should be achieved:… Continue reading This is How Climate Works – Part 3

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The ‘threat’ of climate change

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Judith Curry A major disconnect in the discourse surrounding climate change is interpretation of the ‘threat’ of climate change. Last week I attended the annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Seattle.  It was a very good meeting; once the talks are online, I will discuss a few…

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Al Gore Steps In, Hosts Cancelled CDC Climate Conference

Gotta love the comments on this one…. Watts Up With That? Al gore By Crop by Gralo of original image by Brett Wilson (brettw AT gmail DOT com) [CC BY-SA 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons. Modified, added the CDC Logo background. Guest essay by Eric Worrall Al Gore is hosting his own cut down version of… Continue reading Al Gore Steps In, Hosts Cancelled CDC Climate Conference

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Apocalypse Cancelled, Sorry, No Ticket Refunds

Watts Up With That? Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Estimates of future atmospheric CO2 values as a result of future emissions, called “scenarios”, fall into two camps—demand driven, and supply driven. A recent paper entitled “The implications of fossil fuel supply constraints on climate change projections: A supply-driven analysis” by J.Wang, et al., paywalled here,… Continue reading Apocalypse Cancelled, Sorry, No Ticket Refunds

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The Beginning of the End of EPA

Watts Up With That? Guest essay by Jay Lehr At the Republican National Convention last summer, the GOP approved a platform that stated: “We propose to shift responsibility for environmental regulation from the federal bureaucracy to the states and to transform the EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] into an independent bipartisan commission, similar to the Nuclear… Continue reading The Beginning of the End of EPA