New Video : 100% Confidence Of Incompetence In The National Climate Assessment

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7 Responses to New Video : 100% Confidence Of Incompetence In The National Climate Assessment

  1. Oars says:

    Tony, perhaps your best video yet!

    What an omission, to completely fail to mention 2/3 of the worlds surface is jr. high school level science. I want to be in the room when Trump tells Hayhoe “You’re Fired!”.

    And your mentor, Mr. Gray, is looking down and smiling.

  2. Michael Spencer says:

    Once again Tony! What else can I say but “Well done”!
    These ‘public purse’ charlatans need to be exposed continuously and, hopefully, they will be emptied out when the swamp is drained …..
    Best wishes.

  3. richard verney says:

    The plot is of radiative forcing (in w/m2) since 1750.

    This begs the question: how was radiative forcing measured in 1750, what equipment was used and where is the observational data record set kept, and what does it show for each year as from 1750 onwards?

  4. Ulric Lyons says:

    There is broad agreement among circulation models that rising greenhouse gases will increase positive North Atlantic and Arctic Oscillation conditions. I’ll go along with that, as higher solar forcing does the same. But a warm AMO phase is driven by increased negative NAO/AO states, suggesting that rising CO2 in theory should inhibit a warm AMO phase, yet it is evidently not doing that to any great degree.
    http://www.ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/ar4/wg1/en/ch10s10-3-5-6.html

    • Oars says:

      Hi Ulric,

      Could you please translate for us non-purists when it comes to climate science?

      From the IPCC article you posted:

      “The positive trends in annular modes would influence the regional changes in temperature, precipitation and other fields, similar to those that accompany the NAM and the SAM in the present climate, but would be superimposed on the global-scale changes in a future warmer climate.”

  5. Ulric Lyons says:

    Hats off to your prolific work Tony, and as I am new around here I’ll introduce myself.
    This is what I do: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/ulric-lyons-11318124
    And this was Dad: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2011/apr/17/dennis-lyons-obituary
    He interestingly had Desmond King-Hele with him at Guided Weapons, who was investigating Jovian planetary cycles and climate change.

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