Daily Archives: December 12, 2009

AP’s Seth Borenstein is just too damn cozy with the people he covers – time for AP to do something about it

Here’s a recent story from the Associated Press: By Seth Borenstein, Raphael Satter and Malcolm Ritter, Dec 12, 2009 “E-mails stolen from climate scientists show they stonewalled skeptics and discussed hiding data — but the messages don’t support claims that … Continue reading

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Posted in media, Opinion | 238 Comments

Video from the Copenhagen Climate Vortex

It’s getting ugly over there, from protesters being arrested by the hundreds, to journalists having their microphones being shut off when asking “inconvenient questions, protesters denying free speech when skeptic Lord Monckton holds a press conference, to hunger strike wizened … Continue reading

Posted in Copenhagen Climate Conference | 179 Comments

Willis: Reply to the Economist

This replaced the previous sticky, and I have this comment about the Economist. Bad form and unprofessional to use the word “denialists”. For WUWT  readers who wish to complain: letters@economist.com or use their online form here. – Anthony AN OPEN … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 488 Comments

Historical video perspective: our current “unprecedented” global warming in the context of scale

One of the favorite buzzwords of alarmists is “unprecedented” when talking about present day warming. Yah, the Earth’s never, ever, been hotter, the “hockey stick” proves it, it’s unprecedented, and its all your fault! Well, we’ve known it’s unsubstantiated spin … Continue reading

Posted in Paleoclimatology | 191 Comments