Tag Archives: James Delingpole

My response to Delingpole over invoking Godwin’s Law

Last weekend I posted an essay on what I considered to be a pointless invocation of Godwins Law by my friend James Delingpole: The battle of the pointless Nuremberg insults: Romm -vs- Delingpole (Note: For those of you who don’t know, … Continue reading

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The battle of the pointless Nuremberg insults: Romm -vs- Delingpole

UPDATE: 4/11/13 Mr. Delingpole has made two responses: In the Spectator: http://www.spectator.co.uk/columnists/james-delingpole/8885551/no-i-wont-say-sorry-even-to-a-friend/ In the Telegraph: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100211704/apologise-to-michael-mann-anthony-id-rather-eat-worms/ I’ll post my response this weekend. – Anthony ============================================================= We don’t need either side of the climate debate invoking Godwin’s Law on any level, … Continue reading

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Friday Funny – melon madness

Josh writes: James Delingpole writes about The Linear No Threshold Hypothesis. It is a brilliant wheeze. By working out how many deaths are caused by a big amount of toxin you can work backwards and predict how many deaths a tiny … Continue reading

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Comment of the week

It’s been long time since I featured one of these, but this one from James Delingpole’s blog really hit home for me. This comment from Amanda was about my exposing the video produced by Al Gore.

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Delingpole on Reason.tv

James Delingpole and WUWT are inextricably linked in climate history. I broke the climategate story here at WUWT from my laptop at Dulles airport, Delingpole was the first in the MSM to pick it up. From there the story spread … Continue reading

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Friday Funny – The Times Atlas of the world, it is a changing

Josh writes: There has been a considerable fuss about the feel-good 14th Edition of the Times Atlas of the World even in the Guardian, which did elicit an apology from the Times. Subsequently James Delingpole wrote a delightful spoof which did not go down too well in … Continue reading

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The Maldives can’t take a joke

But they can sure act like one: From the BBC: Maldives government complains of spoof atlas omission The government of the Maldives has complained after the London Daily Telegraph website carried a satirical blog post saying the island nation is … Continue reading

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Our own CTM is a “nasty cruel man”

Heh, gaze upon the face that launched a thousand quips. I figured though, that I owed Dellers a linky for the big LOL I got this morning as I read that CTM gets press in the UK Telegraph for his … Continue reading

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James Delingpole beats a Press Complaint from UEA

Guest Post by Barry Woods The University of East Anglia has made complaints to the Press Complaints Commission about three blog posts by James Delingpole (photo at left) in the Telegraph about Professor Phil Jones and the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) … Continue reading

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Whoa, windfarms in UK operate well below advertised efficiency

It’s damning, and published by a green group. The study cited by the BBC is from the John Muir trust of all places. This would be a good place to point out what I posted a few days ago: The … Continue reading

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Has the BBC broken faith with the General Public?

Guest Post by Barry Woods It is my opinion that the BBC in broadcasting the BBC 2 Horizon program ‘Science Under Attack’ did not treat the general public in the UK and at least one of the interviewees with the ‘good faith’ that … Continue reading

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The Met Office Bullhockey

We all know they are caught up in the warming meme, but the Met Office in the UK is now trying to spin the idea that they had truly forecasted a cold and snowy winter, but they just didn’t tell … Continue reading

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