Quote of the Week: Statistics and peer review

WUWT reader J B Williamson writes: I came across this obituary today which reminds us that its not just the climate universe that has problems. Douglas Altman, statistician – obituary…

Quote of the Week – an amazing and encouraging statement from EPA's Scott Pruitt

In his first year as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt has already transformed the agency in many ways. He spoke exclusively to The Daily Signal before addressing…

Quote of the Week – climate predictions edition

First let’s start with the compulsory quote from the late, great Yogi Berra, who famously said: “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” ― Yogi Berra In response to…

Quote of the week: The clouds, the 1%, and the ‘holy grail’ of climate science

People send me stuff. Today my inbox got what some people might describe as an important clue to finding the “holy grail” of climate science. It’s a big step forward,…

Quote of the Week – no more ‘currying favor’ at the EPA

We covered the announcement of EPA administrator Scott Pruitt yanking away the conflict of interest issue that has plagued EPA Science Advisory Boards; members of those boards also received EPA…

Quote of the Week: dissing McIntyre on ‘mental health’ …backfires

From the “upside down Mann” department; something I missed while on holiday this summer. Steve McIntyre writes below about a climate scientist at USC, who goes a bit too far,…

QOTW: 'Climatologist' Hillary Clinton – shot down by reality

Oh, brother. This is so predictable, and stupid. Hillary Clinton said in a recent speech at UC Davis: “It’s been a tough couple of weeks with hurricanes and earthquakes and…

Quote of the week: 'anonymous cowards' please take note

Just before I wrote And, I’m back the other day, I came across this quote that inspired me to press on against the ugliness, the abuse, and the taunting that…

Quote of the Week: The cost of daring to write about climate

Matt Ridley: “I’ve written about many controversial issues during my career,” Ridley said. “Never, have I ever experienced anything like what happens when you write about climate, which is a systematic…

Quotes of the Week: Met Office vs NOAA

The Battle For Truth And Credibility Over Global Warming Pause A story in the Sunday Times confirms that the UK Met Office does not accept Karl et al.’s denial of…