‘The Government says it wants a “climate expert” to sell the message to the public, and who do they pick? A small mammal expert whose predictions on the climate are so wrong any normal person would slink off in shame. But not Flannery, the Teflon … [Read more...] about Tim Flannery’s Failings Ignored
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'There is an important point that was missed in your article about the Stefan-Boltzmann equation. Applying the argument to the "greenhouse gas" theory is quite simple: there can be no "back radiation" from the colder atmosphere to the warmer earth's … [Read more...] about More on the Stefan-Boltzmann Equation: A Note from Martin Hertzberg
On the pages of The Australian Financial Review on November 16, 2010, Sydney barrister Jospehine Kelly wrote that: "No one in federal Parliament is being honest with the people of the Murray-Darling basin and the Australian pubilc. The Water Act … [Read more...] about Parliament to Finally Admit Water Act Unbalanced?
Finding anthropogenic global warming (AGW) shapes in the fog of variability is a major challenge, simply because natural climate variability is large. And then the problem becomes attributing those changes to a climate mechanism in an interlinked … [Read more...] about Looking for AGW in a Sea of Natural Variability: Declining Rainfall in SW Western Australia (Part 2) – A Note from Luke Walker
I stayed in a house by the Murray River just upstream from Barham in the Central Murray Valley in November 2007. Every morning I drank a large glass of water from the kitchen tap; water that had been pumped straight from the river. The water … [Read more...] about What’s Not Important to Murray River Modellers
1. Michael Duffy in Conversation with Stewart Franks This afternoon at 4pm the very clever climate scientist Stewart Franks will be on ABC Radio National’s Counterpoint in conversation with Michael Duffy. Make sure you listen … [Read more...] about What to Listen to, and Read, This Week