Reply to Warren Warren

(Note: The is a reply to Warren S. Warren’s guest post here – Anthony) By Roger Cohen First I would like to say that I respect Warren greatly. He has been very energetic in his support of the APS Topical Group on the Physics of Climate (GPC) and contributed substantially to its development. There is…

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Met Office Statistics Questioned

Is there any statistical evidence that global temperatures have changed since 1997 ? Guest post by Clive Best The UK Met Office seem determined to stand by their claim made in  response to the David Rose article in the Mail on Sunday: ‘The linear trend from August 1997 (in the middle of an exceptionally strong…

Battle of the credible experts in New Zealand

From the “our expert is smarter than your expert” department and Tallbloke’s Talkshop: How NIWA added lots of warming in New Zealand – and got away with it – so far Something is rotten in the state of Denmark New Zealand. A judge has disregarded as inadmissible expert evidence from a statistician who showed that the…

“Climate of Doubt” online live chat right now

UPDATE: PBS Admits to a “mistake” on my point about Dr. Edward Teller’s signature see below… Live chat on now – join in  (ended, my two questions were ignored, as were many others.) The producer and host of the “Climate of Doubt” Frontline program will be on a live chat at 1 p.m. ET. Good…

An ill wind blows from wind turbines

Newsbytes from the GWPF, Lies, Damn Lies And Green Statistics Almost all predictions about the expansion and cost of German wind turbines and solar panels have turned out to be wrong – at least by a factor of two, sometimes by a factor of five. –Daniel Wentzel, Die Welt, 20 October 2012 When Germany’s power…

Now it’s the frogs affected by climate change again

From the  Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute  what seems like a repeat claim. Readers may recall that climate change was once before blamed for frog mortality and mutation only to discover through later research it wasn’t connected at all. Climate change may alter amphibian evolution Most of the more than 6,000 species of frogs in the…

Why did PBS FRONTLINE electronically alter the signature of one of the world’s most distinguished Physicists in their report “Climate of Doubt’?

UPDATE: PBS admits to this as being a mistake, see below – Anthony Tuesday night as I watched the program, one of the documents on display during the interview with Dr. Fred Singer (who reporter John Hockenberry treated quite poorly with some editing tricks) caught my eye, because I saw it had been altered by…