Nature uses the D-word

From an editorial from nature.com, and published in the journal, they seem to think the d-word is proper vernacular. Science scorned Volume: 467, Page: 133 Date published: (09 September 2010)…

Another hockey stick – meanwhile, the death of light bulbs

Kate at SmallDeadAnimals.com points out that there’s a new hockey stick afoot. With some homogenization and principal components analysis, I’m sure the past can be smoothed out. From: United States…

Lord Oxburgh's whirlwind whitewash tour

When Oxburgh produced a 5 page report on the UEA/CRU Climategate issue, we immediately say it as “spartan”, while some called it “efficient”. We wondered how such a small report…

Deconstructing the Icons

Guest post by Thomas Fuller I wrote earlier that a series of symbolic images have been stamped on the professional communications sent out by those most interested in very active…

NAS report: "There is an apparent plateau in our ability to make accurate seasonal forecasts"

I have not had time to read this report, but I have gathered both the short form and long form version of the report and placed links in the University…