Daily Archives: October 5, 2011

Dr. Martin Hertzberg responds to Dr. Michael Mann

Readers may recall the strange series of events leading up to the post facto revisionism at the Vail Daily News when Dr. Michael Mann sent an angry reply letter to the newspaper and then the original letter from Dr. Hertzberg … Continue reading

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Posted in Michael E. Mann | Tagged , , , , , , | 117 Comments

Does this treatment sound familiar?

Yeah, consensus science never fails.

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Evaporation, not outflow, drained ancient Lake Agassiz during the Younger Dryas

From the University of Cincinnati: Long-Lost Lake Offers Clues to Climate Change What caused water levels to drop in an immense yet long-vanished lake? Research by a University of Cincinnati geologist suggests that conditions 12,000 years ago encouraged evaporation. Not long … Continue reading

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Answering a reader question on climate web traffic

Reader “Andrew” asks in comments: Andrew Submitted on 2011/10/05 at 10:55 am We can always check on hits to climate blogs/sites. I’ll bet there already down on ALL pro and con AGW/climate sites (maybe ask Anthony to provide data comparing … Continue reading

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Future schlock – Herbivore populations will go down as temperatures go up

From the University of Toronto, where they can’t even choose an appropriate photo and caption to go with the story headline (yes, that’s it at right). The jump of logic going on here requires some sort of warp drive I … Continue reading

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Out-Manned, but what happened to the science?

From the agenda of the 2011 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Minneapolis (9–12 October 2011) CLIMATE SCIENTISTS IN THE PUBLIC ARENA: WHO’S GOT OUR BACKS? MANN, Michael E., Dept. of Meteorology and Earth and Environ. Systems Institute, Penn … Continue reading

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Big jumps in September solar activity metrics

NOAA’s Space weather prediction center released their solar cycle progression updates, and it shows one of the largest jumps for all common solar metrics since cycle 24 began. Of course we know that the sunspot number has jumped significantly partly … Continue reading

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