Monthly Archives: March 2012


REFERENCES Archibald, P. (2010), Solar cycle 24 update. Available at cycle 24 Update (Accessed 22/07/2011) Archibald, D. (2011) Average near-surface temperatures of the northern hemisphere during the past 11,000 years Available at (Accessed 22/07/2011) Courtillot, V. (2011). Solar … Continue reading

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John Penhallurick’s Blog 12. Significant correlations argue against IPCC’s model

Significant correlations In a recent paper “US Temperatures and Climate Factors since 1895”, Joe D’Aleo has studied the R2 correlations since 1895 between U.S. temperature measurements, measurements of CO2, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO), and … Continue reading

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John Penhallurick’s Blog 4: Flaws in Climate Models

Flaws in Climate Models I have spoken with several senior figures from the world of finance. They have considerable familiarity with very complex models, which play a major role in the activities of financiers. They all told me that it … Continue reading

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