Daily Archives: December 23, 2009

Climate Craziness of the Week – Why I’m a Pepsi* tea drinker now

I used to love the Coca-Cola Polar bear TV ads at Christmastime. I marveled at the quality of the CGI animations when they first came out, like this one: They were fun and entertaining to watch, even though not reality … Continue reading

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The Climategate Timeline: 30 years visualized

The always sharp Jo Nova tips us to this: Here’s a Spectacular Poster of ClimateGate covering 3 decades You have to see this to believe it. Look up close and admire the detail while you despair at how long science … Continue reading

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Von Storch op-ed in the WSJ: ‘Climategate reveals a concerted effort to emphasize scientific results useful to a political agenda’

Some excerpts: We—society and climate researchers—need to discuss now what constitutes “good science.” Some think good science is a societal institution that produces results that serve an ideology. Take, for instance, the counsel that then-Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen … Continue reading

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Unbearable Global Warming Hype Threatens the North Pole at Christmas

It’s one thing when you are bombarded daily by news articles, it’s quite another when you want to buy a custom teddy bear and are treated to a video lecture on global warming. That’s why I’ll never buy anything from … Continue reading

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