Monthly Archives: October 2011

What the critics aren’t saying about ‘Pot Lid’

When someone proposes that an entire science is radically wrong, as I am doing with climate models of greenhouse warming, there are certain basic points that should come up somewhere in the rebuttal. First, is the claim novel? If so, it generally deserves credit on that score, even if it is wrong. On the other […]

Version 2.0 of ‘Pot Lid’

As promised, I have posted the updated and expanded version 2.0 of ‘Pot Lid’. It corrects some minor errors and adds several pages of new information. Here are some highlights: — There is now a section defining the process of air column density adjustment (ACDA) and explaining in more detail why it is not modeled […]

Let the incredulity begin!

I have begun circulating the ‘Pot Lid’ essay in the blogosphere, and I find the early results very encouraging. Warwick Hughes (here) gave me a positive mention which has been very helpful in securing readers. I had exchanges in comments on the blogs of Judith Curry and Steve Easterbrook which were also helpful, even though […]