Study shows link between precipitation, climate zone and invasive cancer rates in the US

Hmmm…they make up term Invasive Cancer and then seek to find it.  Invasive Cancer does have a medical definition, but it seems unrelated to anything in this study~cr Mary Ann…

New IPCC report on ocean warming cites a flawed and retracted paper

Via Retraction Watch: A major new report about the dramatic warming of the oceans cites a 2018 Nature paper on the topic that was retracted earlier this week — the same day, in fact, that…

@NPR tries and fails to connect “slow moving hurricanes” like #Dorian to “climate change”

Since Dorian didn’t cause any significant U.S. death and devastation that the MSM was looking forward to covering in the vein of “See, climate change!”. NPR had a go at…

Inside The Sausage Factory

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There’s an old saying that “Laws are like sausages. It’s better not to see either one being made” … and I fear the same is…

Visibility and Invisibility

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I thought I’d take a more detailed look at the claims of the recent paper entitled “Discrepancies in scientific authority and media visibility of climate…

The Charney Report Revisited

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [see update at the end] Over on Twitter, Michael Tobis made the claim that the 1979 Charney report entitled “Carbon Dioxide and Climate: A Scientific…

First They Came For Climate Sceptics

From The GWPF Date: 07/13/19 National Review Gender dissenter gets fired for his academic views Dr. Allan Josephson discusses academic freedom, child welfare, gender ideology, and the price he has…

Climate craziness of the week: seriously “ducked up” science

It was recently reported that journalism lost a lot of jobs this year, and again in July. After looking at this piece from the UK Telegraph, where the journalist couldn’t…

Climate science’s ‘masking bias’ problem

Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on June 21, 2019 by curryja | by Judith Curry How valid conclusions often lay hidden within research reports, masked by plausible…

We Tried to Publish a Replication of a Science Paper in Science. The Journal Refused.

From Slate Slate accidentally stumbles onto something interesting, important, and probably factual. Our research suggests that the theory that conservatives and liberals respond differently to threats isn’t actually true. By…