Daily Archives: September 5, 2012

Stephan Lewandowsky’s slow motion Psychological Science train wreck

I’m a bit of a latecomer to this affair, as Lucia and Jo Nova took an early lead on pointing out the many problems with the survey methodology (or lack thereof) with the paper: Lewandowsky, S., Oberauer, K., & Gignac, … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate ugliness, Opinion, Peer review, Stephan Lewandowsky | Tagged , , , , | 154 Comments

New easy to use reference book for El Niño and global warming

I think readers will appreciate the point by point style that this book is written in. It enables you to zero in on argument rebuttals with graphs and data. Highly recommended – Anthony Also see Roger Pielke Sr.’s Announcement and … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, ENSO, Sea Surface Temperature | Tagged , , , , | 85 Comments

Is the Current Global Warming a Natural Cycle?

Guest post by W. Jackson Davis and Peter Taylor We were delighted to see the paper published in Nature magazine online (August 22, 2012 issue) reporting past climate warming events in the Antarctic similar in amplitude and warming rate to … Continue reading

Posted in Global warming, Paleoclimatology | Tagged , | 74 Comments

Solar activity linked to Baltic winter severity

This paper Solar forcing on the ice winter severity index in the western Baltic region, was published yesterday in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics.  It suggests that the winter severity index over the past 600 years in the … Continue reading

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