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Dr. Rabett has translated Ottmar Edenhofer’s Süddeutscher Zeitung interview from German. Excerpt: OE: Take coal for example. Worldwide there are about 12, 000 gigatons of coal in the ground. If we want to meet the goal of not warming by … Continue reading
BEGIN EDIT: I think I misread the Britannica part. Netherlands has half of it’s area highly developed and half of that highly developed area is low lying, so a quarter of the total. END EDIT The Netherlands is an example … Continue reading
Robert Grumbine examines them in many of his recent posts. This might be good for engineers and physicists from other fields trying to get the basics.
A project you can partake here. Rewriting some NASA GISS temperature record code in Python at first. I’d go further and say things like these should not be volunteer efforts… government codes for something important like this should be open … Continue reading
Hack and get some climate researchers’ emails. Then point to some pretty reasonable stuff as evidence of a conspiracy if taken out of context. It seems there are a few cases certain people latch onto. There was a certain lousy … Continue reading
Finland is enacting laws that lead to building some more wind power. Like some professionals in the Finnish wind power association, Suomen tuulivoimayhdistys, have told me, perhaps the most important thing about wind power is that you have to be … Continue reading
Michael Tobis, a climate scientist, thinks climate modeling is progressing too slowly and might have even reached a plateau of sorts. There still aren’t very good regional precipitation predictions for example. And he thinks, far simplified, that the disorganized mess … Continue reading
Ray Pierrehumbert is writing a book on it, working name being The Climate Book and the work in progress is available online here. Link via Rabett Run.