Monthly Archives: October 2020

The SAGE Reasonable Worst Case Scenario (RWCS)

The news this morning is that the government is due to announce a nationwide lockdown on Monday because  deaths are even worse that foreseen in SAGE’s worst case scenario which was leaked 2 days ago. The Spectator on Thursday published … Continue reading

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Following the Science

The few SAGE minutes that are available show little evidence of any disagreements or heated discussions. Their proposals after infections rose this Autumn are just ever more stringent lockdowns on the  social and economic life of the country until case … Continue reading

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GHCNV4 September Temperature is either 0.93C or 0.70C

My calculation uses  a 3D integration of GHCNV4 and HadSST3  temperature data.  If I use GHCN V4C (corrected data) I get 0.93C for September,  whereas if instead I use the uncorrected V4U I get 0.70C. In the first case 2020 … Continue reading

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