(Click on the topic below to see full tweet context and thread. Some tweets relate to concepts discussed in The Climate Demon. In such cases, relevant page numbers are indicated.)

Can models predict unprecedented extremes like the 2021 Western North American Heat Wave? (p. 110)

The Climate Demon at the #AGU21 conference

Making predictions with the CMIP6 ensemble (p.298)

Wasn’t there a “just say in models” account for climate change results that were only based on GCMs? (p.234)

"[E]conomists have no idea what the impact of climate change on our economy will be. They don't even agree on the shape of the function." (p.289)

"[W]e're generally in the climate-change field not talking about futures that are worse than today"

"[Net zero] is so deeply flawed and so vulnerable to green washing ..." (p.308)

"How would you explain a Rosbby wave ...?" (p.21)

"Is a planetary boundary an arbitrary threshold?" (p.136)

Switching from physics to climate science (p.67)

Syukuro Manabe, Nobel Prize (p.132)

"[O]n a planet with finite resources, infinite growth is logically impossible"

"[E]xplain how misleading it is to argue that those who advocate for climate action must be entirely carbon-free themselves first" (p.309)

Should models be made simpler? (p.132)

Are extreme data excluded from climate models as being erroneous?

On the self-assumed "smartness" of physicists