chelyabinsk-meteor

I wonder if the global ear can ‘hear’ climate change

It seems to me like somebody will try to have it listen, since there are many claims of “climate change” being ubiquitous. Nothing escapes The Global Ear: Nuclear tests, volcanoes, earthquakes or meteors The CTBTO has the only global network tracking radioactivity and sound waves From the COMPREHENSIVE NUCLEAR-TEST-BAN TREATY ORGANIZATION From earthquakes in Nepal to…

Duct-Tape

Can anyone check out this claim of suppressed access?

Samiz Dat writes in WUWT Tips and notes May 4, 2015 at 5:33 pm Hey, Anthony, just a heads up. I am a chemical engineering student at the University of Adelaide. Loading your page takes a few seconds wherever I am in Adelaide…..except at the University of Adelaide, when trying to access your site from…

jarreau climate blogs

A Taxonomy of Science Blogs

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Over at Lucia Liljegren’s most interesting site, “Rank Exploits”, she has another fascinating post, as is often the case. I busted out laughing at the post title, which is “HotWhopper Sou Doesn’t Read WUWT”. Given how often the lady in the Batcave over at Hotwhopper writes about Watts Up With…

value_judgment_buttons

The Answer is NOT always in the data – why data analysis is always contaminated by human value judgements

  Eric Worrall writes; Mike Whitehorn, chair of analytics at Dundee University, has written a fascinating article on The Register, about why data analysis is always contaminated by the value judgements of whoever is doing the analysis. According to Whitehorn; “Evidence-based decision making is so clearly sensible because the alternative — making random decisions based…