Resplandy et al. Part 5: Final outcome

From Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on September 25, 2019 by niclewis | 24 Comments By Nic Lewis The editors of Nature have retracted the Resplandy et al. paper.…

The Curious Case of the Southern Ocean and the Peer-Reviewed Journal

By Mike Jonas The Paper What seems like a very long time ago, I downloaded surface temperature data for the Southern Oceans to see if I could find, and learn…

HUGE pushback on science paywalls – University of California cancels Elsevier subscription

Breaking: UC terminates subscriptions with Elsevier in push for open access to publicly funded research Library Communications February 28, 2019 TO: The UC Berkeley academic community FROM: Paul Alivisatos, Executive…

Scientific sting operation shows how fake science garbage gets published in peer-reviewed journals

Long-time WUWT reader “Latitude” writes: Academic journals are caught up in massive hoax involving 20 FAKE papers on ‘dog rape culture’, ‘a conceptual penis’ and re-printing a version of MEIN…

The fight against fraud in peer review

We’ve all heard about fake news. Now we have deceptive scholarship. Derek Pyne, a Thompson Rivers University economist, is among the global academics determined to expose deceptive academic journals, sometimes at…

Ooops: “lid blown off” the trustworthiness of scientific peer review

Global warming alarmists suffered a big hit this week in their effort to deify shoddy “peer-reviewed” climate papers. Stanford University medical professor John Ioannidis, in an interview with Agence France…

Consensus Climatology in a Nutshell: Betrayal of Integrity

Guest essay by Pat Frank Today’s offering is a morality tale about the clash of honesty with self-interest, of integrity with income, and of arrogance with ignorance. I’m bringing out…

A skeptic attempts to break the ‘pal review’ glass ceiling in climate modeling

Propagation of Error and the Reliability of Global Air Temperature Projections Guest essay by Pat Frank Regular readers at Anthony’s Watts Up With That will know that for several years,…

George Will: Academia may now be beyond satire

Note to readers: This Sunday column by George Will appeared in my local newspaper this week, and I thought it relevant to repeat the headline and excerpts of it here,…

An example of "squeaky clean" climate science

I have often noted that the number of climate scientists (including both real-and self proclaimed) around the world is quite small, and those with certain areas of expertise, such as…