Monthly Archives: November 2012

AGW Doesn’t Cointegrate: Beenstock’s Challenging Analysis Published 14

The Beenstock, Reingewertz, and Paldor paper on lack of cointegration of global temperature with CO2 has been accepted! This is a technical paper that we have been following since 2009 when an unpublished manuscript appeared, rebutting the statistical link between global temperature increase and anthropogenic factors like CO2, and so represents another nail in the […]

Still no weakening of the Walker Circulation 11

Once upon a time, a weakening of the East-West Pacific overturning circulation – called the Walker circulation – was regarded in climate science as a robust response to anthropogenic global warming. This belief was based on studies in 2006 and 2007 using climate models. Together with a number of El Nino events (that are associated […]