Climate sensitivity in light of the latest energy imbalance evidence

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by Frank Bosse

Equilibrium climate sensitivity computed from the latest energy imbalance data.

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Comment by Cowtan & Jacobs on Lewis & Curry 2018 and Reply: Part 2

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By Nic Lewis

In an earlier article here I discussed a Comment on Lewis and Curry 2018 (LC18) by Kevin Cowtan and Peter Jacobs (CJ20), and a Reply from myself and Judith Curry recently published by Journal of Climate (copy available here). I wrote that I would defer dealing with the differences between observed and CMIP5 model-simulated historical warming, which formed the basis of CJ20’s numerical analysis, until a subsequent article. I now do so.

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The toxic rhetoric of climate change

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by Judith Curry

“I genuinely have the fear that climate change is going to kill me and all my family, I’m not even kidding it’s  all I have thought about for the last 9 months every second of the day. It’s making my sick to my stomach, I’m not eating or sleeping and I’m getting panic attacks daily. It’s currently 1 am and I can’t sleep as I’m petrified.”  – Young adult in the UK

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Madrid

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by Judith Curry

The UN Climate Change Conference this week in Madrid provides an important opportunity to reflect on state of the public debate surrounding climate change.

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‘Alarmism enforcement’ on hurricanes and global warming

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by Judith Curry

I used to be concerned about ‘consensus enforcement’ on the topic of climate change.  Now I am concerned about ‘alarmism enforcement.’

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Climate Change: What’s the Worst Case?

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by Judith Curry

My new manuscript is now available.

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Re-evaluating the manufacture of the climate consensus

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by Judith Curry

A new book by Oppenheimer, Oreskes et al. entitled ‘Discerning Experts: The Practices of Scientific Assessment for Environmental Policy‘ make a case against consensus seeking in climate science assessments.

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