Question For Romm

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12 Responses to Question For Romm

  1. Chuck L says:

    I would go to Climate Progress but it would count as a “hit” on the website and I cannot, in good conscience, do that.

  2. Rick K says:

    Let us know when your comment is no longer awaiting moderation, Steve!

  3. suyts says:

    HAHAAHAHAHAHA, let me know if that gets past moderation.

  4. R. de Haan says:

    suyts says:
    February 22, 2011 at 6:06 pm
    “HAHAAHAHAHAHA, let me know if that gets past moderation”.

    Why do you think he published his question at his own blog.

    Great move Steven Goddard.

  5. Sparks says:

    I read that article and I have to agree with a point he made! which was that Joe Bastardi is a Long Range and Expert Meteorologist.

  6. pinkman3610 says:

    warmists strike again!
    robert honeycutt from, the person who some days ago was proved to suffer from google scholar illiteracy by popular technology, spent whole 2 hours studying the report. his conclusion is that the last chapter of the report somehow leads the conclusion of csi into a reversed direction… which i fail to see how.

    “According to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (6), the future changes in the extratropical circulation are likely to be characterized by increases in the positive phases of the AO (referred to as the Northern Annular Mode (NAM) in the report) over the 21st century as the climate warms. The AO is closely related to the NAO in the Atlantic sector, so we infer that a positive trend in the NAO index would also occur. Therefore, we conclude that the 2009-­‐2010 blocked, negative phase NAO is an extreme event that is not consistent with the overall upward trend in the NAO index since 1950, and is opposite to the current understanding of projected future change in the NAO.”

    any ideas, steven?

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