The Collection of Evidence for a Lower Climate Sensitivity Continues to Grow – now up to 14 papers lower than IPCC

Watts Up With That?

By Patrick J. Michaels and Paul C. “Chip” Knappenberger

Nic Lewis and Judith Curry just published a blockbuster paper that pegs the earth’s equilibrium climate sensitivity—how much the earth’s average surface temperature is expected to rise in association with a doubling of the atmosphere’s carbon dioxide concentration—at 1.64°C (1.05°C to 4.05°C, 90% range), a value that is nearly half of the number underpinning all of President Obama’s executive actions under his Climate Action Plan.This finding will not stop the President and the EPA from imposing more limits on greenhouse-gas emissions from fossil fuels. A wealth of similar findings have appeared in the scientific literature beginning in 2011 (see below) and they, too, have failed to dissuade him from his legacy mission.

The publication of the Lewis and Curry paper, along with another by Ragnhild Skeie and colleagues, brings the number of recent low-sensitivity climate publications to 14, by 42 authors…

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More Spectacular Lies From NASA About Greenland

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NASA claims that Zachariae Isstrom glacier is “collapsing.”


Collapsing Greenland glacier could raise sea levels by half a metre, say scientists | Environment | The Guardian

Only problem is, NASA satellite photos show that the glacier is growing, not shrinking


2015 : EOSDIS Worldview
2014 : EOSDIS Worldview
2013 : EOSDIS Worldview

The other large glaciers of northern Greenland are also growing.

Petermann Glacier


Ryder Glacier


In 1939, scientists also said that this glacier was collapsing, along with all the other glaciers in Eastern Greenland, and Norway.


17 Dec 1939, Page 15 – at

Even if the glacier was melting at the rate they claim (4.5 billion tons per year) that would raise sea level only about half an inch over the next century, not half a metre.

The level of fraud on display from NASA ahead of Paris is off scale.

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