cc: "Phil Jones" <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
date: Sun, 24 Jun 2007 18:21:24 -0600 (MDT)
from: "Kevin Trenberth" <trenbertatXYZxyzr.edu>
subject: Re: Forecasting conference - Armstrong paper
Yes, and I offer the attached comments on his paper. I haven't commented
on the bet he has made, but there will probably be something on
I have had a lot of exchanges with Gavin.
Not sure what to do with this: post it on realclimate.com is one option.
Anyway I am in the middle as a keynote speaker at this conference. I do
plan to make my ppt available after the mtg via my web site.
> Hi Kevin:
> I se you're speaking at ISF 2007 this week. One of the other invited
> speakers, J Scott Armstrong, who is talking about public policy and
> forecasting (http://www.forecasters.org/isf/) has written the attached,
> ostensible for the ISF meeting. It's a strange document - even I get
> quoted in terms of a casual remark I made to an NZ journalist a few
> weeks ago (I should know by now there's no such thing as a casual
> remark). Just thought you should know this stuff, if you didn't already.
> I got the PDF off the NZ Climate Science Coalition (i.e. Vince Gray and
> co) website. By the way, I suppose you heard Augie Auer died suddenly a
> couple of weeks ago?
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