Daily Archives: January 26, 2014

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was: 2014-01-25 (January 25, 2014)  Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” Leonardo da Vinci [H/t Climate Etc.] … Continue reading

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Science magazine: Demanding reproducibility up front

Lance Wallace writes Science magazine has instituted a new policy requiring authors of preclinical studies to state their statistical plans (sample size estimation, treatment of outliers, etc.).  See editorial by the new Editor in chief, Marcia McNutt (p. 229, volume … Continue reading

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The ‘Pause’ of Global Warming Risks Destroying The Reputation Of Science

By Garth Paltridge Global temperatures have not risen for 17 years. The pause now threatens to expose how much scientists sold their souls for cash and fame, warns emeritus professor Garth Paltridge, former chief research scientist with the CSIRO Division of … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t Global Surface Temperature Data Produced in Absolute Form?

The title question often appears during discussions of global surface temperatures. That is, GISS, Hadley Centre and NCDC only present their global land+ocean surface temperatures products as anomalies. The questions is: why don’t they produce the global surface temperature products … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, NASA GISS, NCDC, UKMO HADCRUT4 | 132 Comments