Apparently, the review of so “independent” that the University of East Anglia doesn’t have access to any of the evidence submitted to the review committee. Continue reading
Category Archives: Climategate 1.0
Climategate Cover-up: UK court permits UEA’s ‘independent review’ committee to withhold documents, evidence from public
Not really. It would take reliable data for the most important variables in an appropriate model — this is not likely to be developed anytime soon. Continue reading
So how will we produce electricity? Continue reading
This wonderful piece of Journalism comes from “Inside Climate News”, author, Katherine Bagley, 10th September 2012.
“While outspoken scientists of human-caused climate change in the United States endure torrents of freedom of information requests, hate mail and even death threats from skeptics, their counterparts abroad have been free to do their work without fear.
“I feel for my American colleagues and what they’ve had to deal with,” said Tim Lenton, an earth system scientist who specializes in climate tipping points at the University of Exeter in the UK. Continue reading
It’s what we non-alarmists have long wanted: the climate change racket on trial in a court of law. In threatening National Review and its international columnist Mark Steyn with legal action over alleged “defamatory remarks” in his ‘Corner’ column, inventor of the famously debunked “hockey stick” climate graph, Dr Michael Mann, may have finally bitten off way more than he can legally chew. Continue reading
Liberals claim to support transparency in government – until conservatives start finding shady things through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Continue reading
Why do ‘official’ climate scientists need spin doctors? Because they practice politics not science. Climategate like Watergate was completely undone by the cover up of disgraceful behavior disclosed in emails leaked from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) in November 2009. Continue reading
It certainly seems that when there is internal disagreement among the Old Boy’s Club, they want to make sure it stays there. As a result, we all lose an important scientific debate on this subject. Continue reading
Another interesting set of emails from the University of Arizona release. These ones date back to 2001, eight or nine months after the publication of the Third Assessment Report. Continue reading
I think the folks at NR just called it.
I will grant he does like to at least pretend to play both sides of the fence, which can be truly disconcerting and yes, his claimed global warming skepticism was mostly a flag of convenience but he did speak fairly and honestly about the hockey stick fraud and hide the decline, for which he deserves due credit:
Tom Karl appeared on the NewsHour 7/11 on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to describe how “climate change, including human factors, has increased the odds of extreme weather”. But what are the odds that his appearance there was among three hundred+ other instances where the idea of man-caused global warming was met with not one word of rebuttal from any scientist holding a skeptical viewpoint? Continue reading
Will a penalty be called for Keith Briffa’s excessively curved hockey stick? Continue reading
Paul Matthews points us to this video of Myles Allen speaking at the Communicate 2011 conference in Bristol last year. Continue reading
Robert McCartney is an old school journo with the Washington Post. As he puts it in his own bio… Continue reading
James Delingpole recently blasted the ABC documentary I Can Change Your Mind About Climate Change.
Having watched it through, I was disappointed but not surprised to see UK scientist Professor Mike Hulme, of the University of East Anglia and Founder of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change
Propaganda Research, chipping in with some climate change victims. The only thing is, they are victims of UK government policy, largely driven by the sort of climate alarmism stemming from Mike Hulme’s Tyndall Centre. Continue reading