‘That sort of gatekeeping and replication problem still exists today, with papers that don’t follow the political narrative on climate often being rejected’
A new book recounts years in the trenches fighting radical environmentalism.
Michael Mann needs to look up the definition of “libel” before he starts accusing people of it.
Penn State whitewashed ClimateGate - TheDC Opinion
An interview transcript reveals that Penn State’s inquiry into ClimateGate was a sham.
Environmentalists are now turning to social scientists to try to explain climate skepticism.
Interestingly, the timing of the “decision” and the release of the story was conveniently positioned well after the Spring semester’s end, set between holidays and vacations, and well before students return for the new academic year, when the story will be almost two months old.
Global warming alarmists claim vindication after last year’s data manipulation scandal. Don’t believe the ‘independent’ reviews
The climate change lobby has, from the beginning, acted with a sort of regal authoritarianism toward the world, casting itself as a transnational progressive effort to undo the harm man has done to his planet by means of globally enforced sin taxes on energy consumption
Although Kerry-Lieberman is a loser of a bill for the vast majority of America, we will have our hands full fighting its financial and political beneficiaries
Tens of thousands of scientists who have signed a petition belittling the catastrophic global warming forecasts
American students lag behind many of their peers in other countries. Perhaps one reason is that too many teachers get lesson plans from the New York Times.
160 years of climate change data to be re-examined - Times Online
The two most influential advisory bodies on climate change are planning independent reviews of their research in an attempt to regain public trust after revelations about errors and the suppression of data. This is a tacit admission that previous reports on such trends have been marred by reliance on analysis by the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit