Well sure there might be reasons why warming isn’t occurring–that’s what modelers are supposed to anticipate when they take off on a wild goose chase.
Category Archives: Methodology
This tale is about the problem of wishful thinking in science–and “discoveries” that are just at the edge and are evidenced by observations that require special perception or sensitivity.
This article is almost good, in that it properly talks of scientific sloppiness, but note the examples it picks when there is a widespread systematic corruption of science greased by money and politics.
Sierra shows us that the dire predictions game is again, off a couple of clicks.
I have always benefited from reading Pielke.