CSIRO climate researcher resigns rather than be censored

From news.com.au it seems bullying those who have an unpopular opinion about climate issues isn’t limited to the Climategate actors. Clive Spash resigns from CSIRO after climate report ‘censorship’ SCIENTIST Clive Spash has resigned from the CSIRO and called for a Senate inquiry into the science body following the censorship of his controversial report into…

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NOAA launches new website: climate.gov

While still carrying the label “Development Prototype”, the website looks mostly functional. www.climate.gov It is the effort of the new NOAA Climate Services division – your tax dollars at work.  They write: At this time, the NCS Portal prototype only scratches the surface of the many climate datasets, products, and services available across NOAA. This…

The Sun: falling into an even deeper funk

With Climategate sucking all the oxygen out of the blogosphere, we’ve neglected some of our regular reporting duties here at WUWT. Thanks to Paul Stanko, who has been tracking sunspots for WUWT for awhile now who writes in with this update. It looks like we’ll soon surpass 2008 for the number of spotless days. –…