Daily Archives: December 1, 2011

What Didn’t Kyoto Do?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There has been some discussion over the years regarding Tom Wigley’s 1998 estimate that even if Kyoto were to be 100% successful in meeting its targets, it would only have reduced temperatures by an estimated … Continue reading

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Climate scientist loses court case – ordered to “cease and desist” smearing independent journalist who wrote about IPCC errors

Excerpt from Pierre Goseelin’s  NoTricksZone: Der Spiegel today has a story on IPCC bigwig and ultra-alarmist Stefan Rahmstorf, who is also a lead scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and elite member of the Hockey Team. For … Continue reading

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Steve McIntyre on the Bolt report

Andrew Bolt interview with Steve McIntyre from the Climate Audit blog, who exposed the infamous “hockey stick”, talking about the leaked emails that expose the warming scare. Watch below:

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Hiding the decline down under – inconvenient papers censored

UPDATE: An Australian science paper I located from 1990 says that century scale sea level trends are 1-1.1 mm per year, and Sydney was 0.54 mm/ year. See below. UPDATE2: a graph of the current SLR for Sydney is now … Continue reading

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Hockey stick falsification – so easy a caveman kid can do it

With apologies to the Geico caveman, paleoclimatology isn’t just for grant enabled scientists anymore. Priceless Climategate email 682: Tom Wigley tells Michael Mann that his son did a tree ring science fair project (using trees behind NCAR) that invalidated the … Continue reading

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Open letter to Dr. Erickson, President of Penn State University

(Reader Reed Coray submits this letter) I have to admire Penn State’s chutzpah. Smack dab in the middle of one of the biggest ethical scandals in recent collegiate history, Penn State schedules an “ethics seminar” entitled “An Ethical Critique of … Continue reading

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