An oldie but goodie from Josh – still valid today

Given what has transpired in the last couple of weeks with ‘John Cook’s 97% consensus’  and the revelations about his data, and the University of Queensland invoking the Streisand effect with their ridiculous threat letter, it seems this cartoon still applies, perhaps now more so than ever.

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Cartoons By Josh

 

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11 Responses to An oldie but goodie from Josh – still valid today

  1. cnxtim says:

    tick tock, tick tock…

  2. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    I’m sure this cartoon could be edited to show Cook shooting himself in the foot. [trimmed]

    I’m enjoying the recent avalanche of warm-mongering self-immolation we’ve had recently.

  3. rogerknights says:

    By Hook or by Cook.

  4. This cartoon is also appropriate for most (if not all) climate alarmist research regarding the ‘Actual’ scientific method: http://tapastic.com/episode/40056

  5. rogerknights says:

    No Exit

  6. John Whitman says:

    Riddle me this . . .

    Cook is to UQ as Gleick is to HI.

    John

  7. “regarding the ‘Actual’ scientific method: http://tapastic.com/episode/40056

    It won’t get pass the reviewers. It left out “Adjust the data to match the theory.” That is a very important step for the validation of Climate Change Theory. The catastrophils have developed and polished advanced unpublished methods for doing that. That way, they don’t have to pay attention to evidence that contradicts their theories.

    After all, what good is a science that is based upon raw data? The horror of it all is that you can’t dry lab (aka simulate) your experiments. How do you expect them to get the results they want, hold the consensus, and keep eating their free lunches in exotic places?

  8. omnologos says:

    The null hypothesis: if it’s Cooked, it’s crooked.

  9. Jeff says:

    Ahhh, red and green, just like the watermelons …. but Cook looks watermelancholy…should have a dunces cap on. Pity about ruining that beautiful oak floor with RED paint (probably oil-based, at that). All those petroleum derivatives…

  10. vigilantfish says:

    I love the interpretive comments by Josh’s appreciative audience. Does Josh ever find that people have read more symbolism into his cartoons than he originally intended, I wonder?

    This one is a classic.

  11. Gunga Din says:

    An oldie but goodie from Josh – still valid today

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    Perhaps a footprint can be added since they seem to have “stepped in it”?

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