We are ramping up the end of this series because we’ve been informed that both of David’s papers will be published in October — one on the error in the climate models and one on the notch delay solar theory.
Anyway, it is now November. Perhaps the papers didn't make Nature after all. I tweaked them but didn't get a reply.
[Now (written 2016/12/16) we're a fair way though December. I've tweaked them again -W]
What do you want to bet that Evans' papers are "published" in one of those predatory open access journals?
And what about the paper behind the Watts' study presented at last fall's AGU meeting?
I almost dropped a note on Watts et al here or at Veev's, but the one year poster anniversary isn't until next month and anniversaries are so much nicer to celebrate.
WATN? A good question for arctic and antarctic ice. What the frick is going on, and why isn't Watts writing a piece about it?
Evans might get more traction by submitting it to a West Australian Journal Of The Philosophy Of Metascience For Authors Not Named Bruce.
Journal of the Open Atmospheric Society taking longer than expected to get off the ground?
Prof. Salby's journal paper, that was apparently " ... in press, expected to be published in about 6 months." back in August 2011, seems to be subject to an even greater delay.
[I fixed up your link. That's definitely another one for the year-end WATN, if I remember -W]
Let's not forget 'The International Temperature Data Review Project' by GWPF. Must be due anytime soon.
I'm sorry for going all tangential here, but in your sentence: "Those who poke around in obscure corners of the wub may have noticed", is "wub" some pop culture reference I've missed, or is it just a typo?
[Wub ~ web, and comes from Beyond lies the Wub, which I've never read -W]
Cheers, BTW ISTR Monckton more recently saying that Salby has three papers in press, but I can't find where he wrote it, but all I can find is a comment on The Hockey Schtick.
I stuck my nose into Jo Nova's blog a couple of months ago where somebody was discussing some prediction or other. I linked to David Evans' prediction of global cooling due to be kicked off by the current solar cycle.
Apparently I'm not allowed to count that as a failed prediction because even though the cooling was meant to have peaked this year, it might still happen as late as 2018.....
We shoulda shorted his Big Chill hedge fund