A Couple of Comments about the Oppenheimer and Trenberth Op-Ed in the Washington Post

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Update:  At the suggestion of one of the readers at the cross post at WUWT, I’ve rewritten the second paragraph after Figure 3. Thanks, richard verney.


In response to the May 19, 2013 op-ed Overheated rhetoric on climate change doesn’t make for good policies by Lamar Smith (Chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology), the Washington Post published an op-ed by Michael Oppenheimer and Kevin Trenberth on June 6, 2013. The Oppenheimer and Trenberth op-ed was titled Climate science tells us the alarm bells are ringing. Oddly, it is chock full of overheated rhetoric, which Representative Smith was cautioning against. Unfortunately, the Oppenheimer and Trenberth op-ed is typical of the responses by many climate alarmists to Representative Smith’s op-ed, as discussed in Judith Curry’s blog post Rep. Lamar Smith on climate change.

In addition, a couple of things caught my eye in the…

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3 Responses to A Couple of Comments about the Oppenheimer and Trenberth Op-Ed in the Washington Post

  1. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thanks for the reblog, Steve.

    Regards from a chilly part of the States.

  2. tckev says:

    So that’s where the missing ocean heat isn’t. 🙂

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