Daily Archives: November 29, 2009

Shocker – CRU’s Jones: GISS is inferior

I was working on another project related to the CRU emails and came across this email from Dr.Phil Jones. I was stunned, not only because he was dissing another dataset, but mostly because that dissing hit many of the points … Continue reading

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Posted in Climategate | 184 Comments

Quote of the week #25 – Krugman’s LOL on skeptics

I don’ t know what sort of world NYT reporters live in, but I am now convinced that some like Paul Krugman have no clue about the real world people live in elsewhere. ‘This Week” with George Stephanopoulos debates ClimateGate … Continue reading

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The Medieval Warm Period – a global phenomenon, unprecedented warming, or unprecedented data manipulation?

Guest post from Von Rudolf Kipp Originally in German here, with some portions translated to English using the Google translator below. [update--translation provided by poster EWCZ ~ ctm] Google translator is largely imperfect, but to read the Google translation in … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Paleoclimatology | 116 Comments

Climategate page added – your help needed

Given the volume of posts here on the issue and elsewhere, I’ve decided to start a repository for reference purposes. I’ve added a “Climategate” page on WUWT and put all relevant WUWT posts in it. But I need help in … Continue reading

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UK Prove It! poll – still taking votes

From WUWT Tips and Notes comments by Robert E. Phelan: Ric Werme has been tracking the Science Museum “Prove It!” poll since October 29th here: http://wermenh.com/proveit.html Starting November 2 the “count-me-in” votes have substantially outnumbered the “count-me-out” votes, although the … Continue reading

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Hansen: “The fraudulence of the Copenhagen approach” – “must be exposed.”

There’s an essay by Dr. James Hansen in the Guardian, the header of which is shown below. Next time people accuse of “big oil” connections for skeptics, point out that the most pro-agw newspaper on the planet is pushing Shell … Continue reading

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When Results Go Bad …

Guest post by Willis Eschenbach One of the claims in this hacked CRU email saga goes something like “Well, the scientists acted like jerks, but that doesn’t affect the results, it’s still warming.” I got intrigued by one of the … Continue reading

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From Kate at Small Dead Animals: No U-turns allowed Flashback to April 18th… Dear Tom, I find it hard to believe that the British Antarctic Survey would permit the deletion of relevant files for two recent publications or that there … Continue reading

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