Daily Archives: December 3, 2009

“You wouldn’t accept that at a grade 9 science fair…” – CBC finds a moment of clarity on Climategate

Wow, just wow. What an editorial. The CBC’s Rex Murphy on Climategate. h/t to WUWT reader David Davidovics About these ads

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Posted in Climategate, Opinion | 176 Comments

Some posts of interest

So much is being written about Climategate and the fallout from it, it is tough to cover it all. Here I’m just going to point out a coupe of posts by Harold Ambler at Talking About The Weather that may … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 57 Comments

If I had a subscription to Nature, I’d cancel it

It is really too bad that I don’t have a subscription. I’m a bit late to commenting on this editorial that appeared in Nature magazine yesterday, but I feel it is important to say a few things about it, even … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Climategate | 138 Comments

ClimateGate: So, where’s the “Oh, Snap!” email?

Guest post by Christopher Horner, Planet Gore at National Review Online One thing about “ClimateGate” nagging at the back of my mind is the absence of any discussion by ringleader Phil Jones (or others) of the remarkable, shocking discovery that … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 214 Comments

Gore cancels on Copenhagen lecture – leaves ticketholders in a lurch

It seems the uncertainty about Copenhagen is growing. When Al baby pulls the plug, you know it’s hosed. From Berlingske: Al Gore cancels lecture during COP15 Former U.S. vice president has canceled his event, more than 3,000 Danes have purchased … Continue reading

Posted in Al Gore, Copenhagen Climate Conference | 263 Comments

Mann throws Jones under the bus

It has started – the infighting begins in the court of public opinion. Climategate: Phil Jones accused of making error of judgment by colleague Here’s an excerpt: One of the scientists to whom the emails were addressed, Professor Michael Mann, … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 202 Comments

Climategate external review chair picked

from the BBC Sir Muir Russell will head an independent review into the e-mails leaked from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) in Norwich, UK. Sir Muir, a former civil servant, will look into allegations that have arisen from the security … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 128 Comments

Climate Science’s PR disaster

From Steve McIntyre’s hometown newspaper: Academic spats, name-calling, data-massaging and cozy peer review by friends are not exactly rare in the world of science. You’ll find them anywhere that careers, reputations and resources are on the line. The difference is … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 99 Comments