Update #2. I moronically uploaded a blank document. I have no idea how. It’s all better now. Update. I idiotically forgot to put a link. Here it is. Chapter 7 is Reality. This is usually Chapter 1 in most intro … Continue Reading Stats 101: Chapter 7
The short answer, I will disappoint many of you by saying, is no. Like I wrote before, climatologists are generally nice people genuinely struggling with understanding the immense complexities of the oceanic-atmospheric (and space!) system. It might be that many … Continue Reading Is climatology a pseudoscience?
More on hurricanes today. Jim Elsner, with co-author Tom Jagger, both from Florida State University started off by warning against using naive statistical methods on count data, such as hurricanes. Especially don’t use such methods without an indication of the … Continue Reading AMS conference report: day 3
As is well known by now, a passel of climatologists in the 1970s, including such personalities as Stephen “It’s OK to Exaggerate To Get People To Believe” Schneider, tried to get the world excited about the possibility, and the dire … Continue Reading Two differences in perception between global cooling and global warming