Done with Climate for a While (I think)

Sorry for the slew of climate-related posts.  I really don't want to turn this into a climate blog, but over the last 6 or 7 days I have been getting tons of climate-related traffic from a number of links.  I am going back to working on the next version of my climate book, and will try to put most of my material there and get this blog back to finance and economics topics.

Of course if something comes up....


  1. Anna:

    Just wanted to let you know I love your blog and I've been forwarding your articles (with your site's link, of course) to a bunch of people. Your climate-related posts have been very interesting. When I'm debating someone about anthropogenic global warming, I sometimes just send them a link from one of your posts.

    I generally agree with a lot of things you talk about. Except when you're bashing Macs. :)

    I wish you would post more often, too.


  2. Rick:

    I enjoy your climate posts, well thought out reasoning and an amazing amount of work must go into it. I try to listen to points of view on all sides of the climate concerns and your stuff is so much better than what I've come to expect. It's usually politics first and science last out there.

  3. TCO:

    You should spend more time straightening Steve McIntyre out. ;-) Actually you write nice overviews, but I know enough that I get more from going to the sources.

    I very much do like the other parts of the site though and the blog overall.

  4. TJIC:

    The climate stuff is great...but: more entrepreneurship blogging!

  5. napablogger:

    I loved your global warming skeptics write up, it is the kind of thing I have been looking for. The main thing is that it makes it understandable to the non scientific reader. I wish someone would do one from the other side, and if anyone knows of a similar one like that I would love to hear about it.

    Another suggestion is to do a debate via blogs somehow with someone who is similar in tone to you. Instead of screaming let's debate information.