Daily Archives: January 10, 2012

The climate science peer pressure cooker

Will Replicated Global Warming Science Make Mann Go Ape? By Patrick J. Michaels – from World Climate Report About 10 years ago, December 20, 2002 to be exact, we published a paper titled “Revised 21st century temperature projections” in the … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate ugliness, Michael E. Mann, Peer review, Satire | Tagged , , , , , , , | 153 Comments

Oh noes! Doomsday clock 1 minute closer to midnight thanks to global warming, other concerns

From the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, where worry about climate change gets equal time alongside their original mission; nuclear holocaust, apparently they haven’t noticed that the Fukashima incident is over and no lives were lost and that there been … Continue reading

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Embiggening the science

Josh of cartoonsbyjosh.com writes: See Judith Curry’s great post about what looks like an interesting new book by David Weinberger Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the … Continue reading

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Need a little help with station verification

I need a little help with verification of a weather station location, and some onsite photos, so I’m putting out the call here. Any readers in the Richmond or Charlottesville area of Virginia (and also in Bath County) that could … Continue reading

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There’s a reason the modern age moved on from windmills

In the UK, the CIVITAS group has just released an economic analysis of wind power. The scathing report confirms what we have been reporting for years here on WUWT: wind power is expensive, inefficient, does little or nothing to offset … Continue reading

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The Wonderful World of Wikipedia

UPDATE: The error has now been completely eliminated from the article. Details below. Guest post by James Padgett As many readers are aware, the culture surrounding the climate change topic area of Wikipedia has been a microcosm of climate science … Continue reading

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