Scientific Papers for IPCC
IPCC’s Exercise in Self-Contradiction
|Howard (Cork) Hayden, PhD|
|Abstract: This presentation uses intellectual jiu-jitsu.
It uses IPCC’s analysis and data against IPCC’s analysis and data.
With apologies to giants in our field (many at this conference), I ignore their better data because the jiu-jitsuparadigm requires sticking with IPCC data.
In Science, Data Trumps Theory
Correcting Errors in Science
|Thomas P. Sheahen, Phd|
|Abstract: Any Theory must conform to data or it will be dismissed
Feynman’s famous aphorism: -- It doesn’t matter how smart you are or how beautiful your theory is; if it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s WRONG !
Data, not theory is the cornerstone of
the Scientific Method.
This has been true for centuries.
Giga, Tera, Peta, ExaFlops and Climate Models
Two Articles within the monthly newsletter The Energy Advocate
|Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, email@example.com|
|Abstract: First article: Giga, Tera, Peta, ExaFlops
The heading of this article does not refer to Broadway shows that failed.
The mass of the sun is about 2,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 ...
2nd article: Climate Models
To predict tomorrow’s weather, you begin with today’s weather and then apply laws of physics. Small uncertainties in the data lead to small uncertainties in the prediction for tomorrow, but larger uncertainties in the prediction for the next day.
Letter to the Editor Wall Street Journal
|S. Fred Singer|
|Abstract: Letter to the Editor Wall Street Journal, submitted Oct 3, 2014.
Contrary to the Santer-Stocker letter (WSJ Oct 2), the climate models used by the UN-IPCC in its five Assessment Reports (AR) since 1990 have failed miserably in their persistent attempts to demonstrate evidence for AGW (anthropogenic global warming).
All Scientific Papers for
Cork Hayden 
Climate Alarm 
Climate Change 
CO2, IR, and Climate 
Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) 
Chaotic Behavior 
Tropospheric Temperatures 
Behaviour and Climate Change 
Sea Level Rise 
2 degree C 
Modeled v. Observed