This past day or two Anthony Watts has been looking to SkepticalScience's "Most used climate change myths" for ideas on what to post. He seems to have been using it as a crib sheet. The following WUWT articles are all from the current page of WUWT - dated from the 24 September to 26 September:
3 "It's not bad" Anthony Watts put up an article by Matt Ridley who was arguing that the benefits of global warming will outweigh the costs until the end of this century. I wrote about this here.
6 "Models are unreliable" Bob Tisdale uses Anthony Watts' blog to try to sell his books. His latest attempt is to write a whole book around this denier myth! (WUWT article archived here.) I've covered this argument of his in the past here, for example.
7 "Temp record is unreliable" A guest article today by Jim Steele trying to argue that raw temperatures shouldn't be adjusted. He even managed an "algore is fat" jibe! (or close!) Zeke Hausfather popped in with some words of wisdom to help set him straight. I don't know if he succeeded. It would be quite a challenge. (Archived here.)
15 "Ocean acidification isn't serious" Anthony Watts tried to tell people it's not a problem because the oceans won't turn into acid by the end of the century! I've covered that one here.
25 "Sea level rise is exaggerated" Don Easterbrook tried that on today as I've already discussed.
It's undersea volcanoes!
Anthony did manage to come up with one original idea. (Not really original, I used to come across it in my days among the science deniers at HotCopper, too.)
It's underwater volcanoes - that one is so weird it doesn't even rate a mention in skepticalscience.com. Anthony Watts pastes a quote (archived here):
If the oceans are warming up, this implies that the Earth must absorb more solar energy than it emits longwave radiation into space. This is the only possible heat source.And then speculates that the oceans are heating from underneath:
The only heat source? There’s also undersea volcanic activity, which we can barely track, and we are just now discovering the largest undersea volcano on Earth. Has there been an increase in global undersea volcanic activity? We simply don’t know. However, thanks to satellites, we are just beginning to see:How the oceans are managing to hide all the new hot water from all the new volcanoes underneath all the cold water and then sneak it up to the surface is anyone's guess. And why all this extra heat isn't showing up unexplained somewhere in the system - as Anthony would say "we simply don't know"!