Daily Archives: May 19, 2010

Founder of Oregon Petition wins house primary race

First stage win for science in US House of Representatives Guest post by Russ Steele There has been a lot of discussion of the election results in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas by the talking head on TV and talk … Continue reading

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Posted in Politics | 60 Comments

So much for robust x2: Tom Karl’s GHCN3 Trends Are Wrong – At Least in Slide 21

Tom Karl’s Trends Are Wrong – At Least in Slide 21 Guest post by Bob Tisdale A number of bloggers on the WattsUpWithThat thread “Tom Karl’s Senate Dog & Pony Show – it’s worse than we thought, again” noted the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Government idiocy | 79 Comments

America’s Climate Choices: missing an option

I’m providing these links for publications “America’s Climate Choices” issued today by the National Resource Council of the National Academy of Sciences without any comments other than this one: The option to “do nothing” is missing. We’ll give everyone a … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News, Politics, Science | 66 Comments

Tom Karl’s Senate Dog & Pony Show – it’s worse than we thought, again

Well, the Kerry Lieberman cap and trade fiasco has brought Tom Karl to give a Senate briefing last week. Predictably, they couldn’t wait to spring more adjustments du jour on the hapless Senators, claiming once again, everything analysis-wise the government … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Government idiocy | 144 Comments

NOAA delays due to monkey business?

Yesterday I posted an announcement about this odd press release: Think-Tank Says Trained Chimp Can Predict Hurricanes Better Than NOAA… And Puts it to the Test Today, in a strange twist of timing, NOAA makes this press release about their hurricane … Continue reading

Posted in hurricanes | 69 Comments