CMIP6: In a Sea of Junk Models, The Met Office’s UKESM1.0 Model Stands Out as Even More Junk
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CMIP6: In a Sea of Junk Models, The Met Office’s UKESM1.0 Model Stands Out as Even More Junk

Reposted from ClimateContrarian There’s a post published at Watts Up With That which provides a sneak preview of some CMIP6 models runs for the upcoming release of the IPCC’s AR6 (Part 1: Physical Science Basis due in April 2021). As the author, Andy May says: The new IPCC report, abbreviated “AR6,” is due to come … Continue reading

Examining The Science And The Possible Origin of The ‘New Strain’ Of Covid-19
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Examining The Science And The Possible Origin of The ‘New Strain’ Of Covid-19

After claiming that cancelling Christmas would be “inhuman”, Scrooge Johnson promptly cancelled Christmas. Then Hancock cancelled Boxing Day just to make sure. Why? Because of a supposedly “70% more transmissible” new strain of Covid which was spreading like wildfire in London and Kent – and now it seems, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Oxforshire. Next year … Continue reading

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New South Wales Bushfires & Climate Change – The Final Report

The New South Wales Government has published its final report on the devastating forest fires of 2019/20, which destroyed 5.5 million hectares (21,236 square miles) of outback wilderness in South Eastern Australia, killing or displacing nearly 3 billion animals in the process, destroying thousands of homes and claiming many human lives too. Climate change is … Continue reading

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Met Office Hadley Centre Celebrates 30 Years Of ‘Science Advocacy’

‘They think it’s all over; it is now’. After 30 long years of meticulous and dedicated research, the Met Office has kicked the doubters into the back of the net and proudly announces that: The first 30 yearsThe impacts of climate change are already evident both in the UK and worldwide, through rising temperatures, diminishing … Continue reading

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Climate Change Attribution – The Rapid Evolution of Uncertainty to Near Certainty in Consecutive IPCC Reports (Part I)

    This subject has undoubtedly been covered before by other people over the years but I think now is a very apt time to revisit the question of just how and why establishment climate science went so rapidly from not knowing if climate change was natural or not to claiming it was virtually all … Continue reading