Category Archives: IPCC

Simple Model for rebalancing stable CO2 emissions

As requested by @richardbetts and @edhawkins here is a simple model to back up the arguments from the previous post – Stabilising Climate. Simple Model CO2 levels rise when the rate of change of the sources – S exceeds the rate … Continue reading

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Stabilising Climate

In order to stop global warming all we really have to do is to stabilise CO2 emissions, not reduce them to zero!  One of the ‘myths’ promoted by IPCC climate scientists is that we have to stop burning all fossil … Continue reading

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Climate Models compared to Hadcrut4

Estimates of future climate change are based on the mean ‘projection’ across an ensemble of models. This is based on an assumption that each model is equally likely, but is that really true?  Surely it is far more likely that just one of the models … Continue reading

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