On the same day that Nature published yet another editorial repudiating public examination of the conduct of academic institutions, Penn State President Graham Spanier was fired from his $813,000/year job for failing to ensure that a proper investigation was carried out in respect to pedophilia allegations in Penn State’s hugely profitable football program. The story […]
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Scripts and data for Lindzen and Choi 2011 are now online at CA here together with the original article. It will take me a little while to get to this. The scripts are in IDL. Translations to R welcomed.
About 10 days ago, we discussed the PNAS reviews of the recent submission by Richard Lindzen, a member of the National Academy of Sciences with a distinguished publication record. A few days ago, PNAS published Kemp et al 2011, a submission by one of Mann’s a graduate student [from the University of Pennsylvania]. While, in […]
Chip Knappenberg has published Lindzen’s review correspondence with PNAS at Rob Bradley’s blog here. Most CA readers will be interested in this and I urge you to read the post, taking care to consult the attachments. (I would have preferred that the post include some excerpts from the attachments.) The post focuses to a considerable […]
As per a request initiated by Bender, here is a critique of the recent Lindzen and Choi paper. Citation: Lindzen, R. S., and Y.-S. Choi (2009), On the determination of climate feedbacks from ERBE data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L16705, doi:10.1029/ 2009GL039628. http://www.seas.harvard.edu/climate/seminars/pdfs/lindzen.choi.grl.2009.pdf Abstract: Climate feedbacks are estimated from fluctuations in the outgoing radiation budget […]