2013 SkS Weekly Digest #42
Posted on 20 October 2013 by John Hartz
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Toon of the Week
h/t to I Heart Climate Scientists
Quote of the Week
"The tendency by many members of Congress to deny the reality of the government shutdown and the cost that would have accompanied a default on U.S. debt obviously mirrors the denial of the climate crisis and a refusal to recognize the cost of continuing to spew all this carbon into the atmosphere," Gore said Thursday.
Al Gore Draws Parallels Between Budget Crisis And Climate Change Denial by Kate Shepard, The Huffington Post, Oct 17, 2013
SkS Week in Review
- 2013 SkS Weekly News Roundup #42B by John Hartz
- Does the global warming 'pause' mean what you think it means? by Dana
- Science of Climate Change online class starting next week on Coursera by Andrew Dressler
- Time to change how the IPCC reports? by Kevin Trenberth
- 2013 SkS Weekly News Roundup #42A by John Hartz
- Consensus study most downloaded paper in all Institute of Physics journals by John Cook
- Two degrees: how we imagine climate change by David Holmes
SkS Rebuttal Article Updated
Dana's Does the global warming 'pause' mean what you think it means? has been incorporated into the rebuttal to the myth IPCC admits global warming has paused.
Coming Soon on SkS
- Be Part of a New Collaborative Approach to Media Coverage of Climate (Stephen Leahy)
- Fox News defends global warming false balance by denying the 97% consensus (Dana)
- 2013 SkS Weekly News Roundup #43A (John H)
- Why trust climate models? It’s a matter of simple science (Scott K Johnson)
- The 2012 State of the Climate is easily misunderstood (MarkR)
- Double Standard on Internal Variability (tamino)
- 2013 SkS Weekly News Roundup #43B (John H)
In the Works
- What's funnier than a climate denier at a science fair? (greenman)
- How we discovered the 97% scientific consensus on man-made global warming (MarkR)
- What the new IPCC report says about sea level rise (Freya Roberts)
- How did Ancient Coral Survive in a High CO2 World? (Rob Painting)
- The Sun Has Cooled, So Why Are The Deep Oceans Warming? (Rob Painting)
SkS in the News
Sou at HotWhopper debunked Bob Tisdale's cherry picking and referenced Dana's Does the global warming 'pause' mean what you think it means?.
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