Climate Change To World: “Honey, I Shrunk The Jet Stream!”
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Climate Change To World: “Honey, I Shrunk The Jet Stream!”

  In the Times yesterday, we read the following: The jet stream — the powerful transatlantic wind that dominates British weather — is being shrunk by climate change, scientists say. Climate change shrinks many things: the US economy, fisheries, fish, chips, Salamanders, wasps, tropical moths, plankton (could they get much smaller?), mountain goats, the Winter … Continue reading

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Great Science’s Leap Forward

It’s not Mao’s Great Leap Forward, it’s the Leap Forward in Great Science, that being Climate Science. Warming signal links global floods and fires. Great science leaps forward by ⁦@FrediOtto⁩ ⁦@gjvoldenborgh⁩ and others have made link more certain than ever https://t.co/hfACSLn2h5 — Piers Forster (@piersforster) November 15, 2019 In view of the policy measures currently … Continue reading

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Met Office’s New Flagship CMIP6 High Sensitivity Climate Model “does a great job at everything other than its primary function”

      This is a supplement to Paul’s post on this subject which I have just noticed on site. It seems we both got the same idea! I think it’s different enough from what Paul wrote to merit publishing too, so here it is with apologies to Paul where it overlaps. It’s an important … Continue reading