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Omnologos: Global Warming? Nevermind the Warming, still nobody knows if it’s Global…

How Global is Global Warming? A very interesting [“key challenges”] slide from the “WMO Technical Conference on Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation organized by CIMO WMO (Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observations of the World Meteorological Organization) (Brussels, Belgium, 16-18 October 2012).

Every “key challenge” would be interesting to explore but of course the one about “Data” is particularly telling: “The current availability and quality of climate observations and impacts data are inadequate for large parts of the globe“.

For all the discussions and conferences and proclamations we have been having since the IPCC AR4 in 2007, one has to wonder how little we have moved on the basics.

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Omnologos: TwentyEightGate – the story so far

“…the BBC has fought for five years against a pensioner (blogger Tony Newbery at Harmless Sky) to prevent him from getting a list of names of participants in a seminar on climate change, held on January 26, 2006. [Maurizio Morabito of omnologos.com] found the list (in a perfectly legal way, as it was already on the internet) and facilitated its reading.

Maurizio 1 – BBC 0. In other words, Ordinary People 1 – FOI Bullies 0.”

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Standard Issue At The Guardian

Current-day journalists are simply following the footsteps of giants.

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History (at NASA) shows what’s wrong with “Scientific Consensus”

What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun. (NIV) Continue reading

Conflict of Interest in Hansen’s NYT Op-ed

Subtly revealed by Andy Revkin

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Greenie Terrorism behind Italian nuclear executive shooting

From The Guardian: “Italian anarchists kneecap nuclear executive and threaten more shootingsContinue reading

Maurizio Morabito: How The Media Pollute Science – The Deepwater Horizon Example

American Scientist“‘s latest Science in the News Weekly points to the popularity of an insightful, harshly titled piece at Wired: “How Science Failed During the Gulf Oil Disaster” by Christopher Reddy (April 20, 2012), that is also a good way to explore how the media industry ends up polluting science almost beyond recognition.

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