I can’t get enough of Fred Singer showing that Michael Mann is a charlatan and deceiver.
Category Archives: Climategate 3.0
Sure it was the warmest, but yes they have culled and parsed and sliced the record and reports.
That is why it is so important that Christy and Spencer keep us informed. Can’t fool the satellites.
I will admit some criticize Popper for being so dead set in favor of deductive methods and against inductive scientific methods, but his point is deductive science that tests and verifies with reliable evidence is the essential test of reliable and credible science. Falsifiability (testability) is a big and important word in the world of Popper Science. Seems Einstein agreed about experiments and evidence as controlling and dispositive.
The Arizona Daily Star reports: Continue reading
Ron Arnold on the anonymous hero who exposed the global warming emails tells the world why he did it – and releases a huge final trove of secret conversations. Continue reading
Lawyers for the University of East Anglia are trying to intimidate skeptics about publishing Climategate 3.0 e-mails. Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: ‘Interesting to note that many of the coral records utilised by Mike Mann also failed my screening procedure’
It’s not called the “hokey stick” for nothing. Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: NASA scientist on hockey stick: ‘what Mike Mann continually fails to understand, and no amount of references will solve, is…’
“… that there is practically no reliable tropical data for most of the time period, and without knowing the tropical sensitivity, we have no way of knowing how cold (or warm) the globe actually got. (And similarly, without knowing the tropical sensitivity for the LGM, we don’t know what it’s global cooling was, and without knowing it for 2xCO2, we don’t know what the future sensitivity would be.) It cannot be reconstructed with any confidence from the extratropical response, even if we were to know that well, because the extratropical response is partly driven by in situ feedbacks, so can occur with a variety of tropical responses….” Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: Jones to Mann, May 20, 2005 — ‘The skeptic pillars are tumbling!’. Turns out to be counting chickens…
Counting the chickens way before they hatched, no? Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: Jones advises Mann and others on FOIA requests — ‘Leave it to you to delete as appropriate!’
“Don’t any of you three tell anybody that the UK has a Freedom of Information Act!” Continue reading
“[McIntyre and McKitrick] have been after the CRU station data for years. If they ever hear there is a Freedom of Information Act now in the UK, I think I’ll delete the file rather than send to anyone.” Continue reading
Unlike the notion of estimating global temps 1,000 years ago to within tenths of a degree by analyzing tree rings? Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: Phil Jones tries and fails to have skeptic Dick Lindzen’s comments removed from draft IPCC chapter
“I didn’t succeed in getting some of Dick Lindzen’s comments removed.” Continue reading
“The skeptics seem to be building up a head of steam here! Maybe we can use this to our advantage to get the series updated! Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: Mike Hulme intends to ‘paint the global [vs. regional climate] picture in case there are any skeptics in the audience’
Inquiring minds not allowed. Continue reading
With science apparently settled in 1999, the bid was to work on “solutions.” Continue reading
“There seems to be little robust evidence either of any change to date, or of a significant change in the future.” Continue reading
Climategate 3.0: After Fred Singer debunks Wigley paper, Climategaters ask ‘what the f*ck Wigley was trying to do’
“Needless to say, Singer quite easily showed how hopelessly flawed and ridiculous the analysis was…” Continue reading
So said Keith Briffa. Continue reading
Who’s been defeated? Not the skeptics! Continue reading