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A frontier of climate science: the model-temperature divergence

Summary: Today Rud Istvan gives us a brief tour of a climate science frontier, as seen in a hot new paper. It’s a bit technical, an unavoidable aspect of real science. 1,277 more words

Science & Nature

Also, Local Architecture Critic Running Amok

So in non-Momma news: our local alternate weekly has an Eyesore Of The Week column, one of those things you’re supposed to read for the vicious joy of watching some slumlord get called out on, like, how there’s been a garbage bin stuck through the front door for over three years now and it’s been on fire since November and nobody does anything about it. 263 more words

Humor

Dry Weather Forecast To Continue For California

Last weekend, California received fairly descent amount of rainfall but dry weather has return. Latest upper air chart (seen on the left) shows the same old pattern that is responsible for California  experiencing dry conditions and unseasonably warm temperatures. 358 more words

California

We must rely on forecasts by computer models. Are they reliable?

Summary: Computer models have opened a new era across the many fields of science. Our confidence in their forecasts has opened a new era in scientists’ ability to influence public policy. 1,313 more words

Science & Nature

In Vivo vs. In Vitro

So, many people are no longer aware of this, but there are basically two types of observation which may be made in science: ‘in vitro’ and ‘in vivo’. 125 more words

On the futility of climate models: 'simplistic nonsense'

Guest essay by Leo Smith – elevated from a comment left on WUWT on January 6, 2015 at 2:11 am (h/t to dbs)

As an engineer, my first experience of a computer model taught me nearly all I needed to know about models. 3,269 more words

Modeling

Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

Should be required reading on the climate alarmists' beloved computer models.