Daily Archives: October 31, 2011

Little Bubbles, part 1

Guest Post by Caleb Shaw Preface:  Climate Scientists and School Girls – A humorous description of a layman trying to investigate the little bubbles in ice cores,  involving both the actual science,  and a layman’s amazement over the politics. My … Continue reading

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Posted in Antarctic, Curious things | Tagged , , , | 152 Comments

Climate Craziness of the Week: Supermandia

Mike Mann thinks this is cool. In case you don’t know, SUNY’s Professor Scott Mandia is the guy running Mike Mann’s legal defense fund. My only question is, why does he need hip wader boots?

Posted in Satire, Climate Craziness of the Week, Humor, Michael E. Mann | Tagged | 136 Comments

The incredible story of bigger shrinking birds, courtesy of global climate change

Two years ago, it was “Study says global warming shrinks birds” now thanks to impressive further study, they’ve discovered it’s “Bigger birds in central California, courtesy of global climate change.“ Can’t they get their story straight? Why don’t they ask … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal—Forget About Tomorrow

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There’s a lovely 2005 paper I hadn’t seen, put out by the Los Alamos National Laboratory entitled “Our Calibrated Model has No Predictive Value” (PDF). Figure 1. The Tinkertoy Computer. It also has no predictive … Continue reading

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Coke’s WWF cash machine

White Coke Cans Fund Polar Bear Myths Guest post by by Paul Chesser For years Coca-Cola has given millions of dollars to eco-extreme group World Wildlife Fund, whose alarmism and perpetration of falsehoods are unmatched among its cohorts in climate … Continue reading

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Monday Mirthiness – the BEST team

Josh thinks climate science is BEST left to rough and tumble experts. The next installment may best this one.

Posted in Satire, Humor, Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature | Tagged , , | 27 Comments