Category Archives: Methodology

The panic and chaos over the a warming pause

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.

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N RAY HOAX OR MISTAKE IF YOU WILL.

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.

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Sort of a good report on junk science

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.

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The problem with AI

How could I cogently add to this discussiion?

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Sierra is back–talking Los Angeles climate change predictions

Sierra shows us that the dire predictions game is again, off a couple of clicks.

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Science scams in politics, why they continue Roger Pielke speaks

I have always benefited from reading Pielke.

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BBC proves that British IQs have declined

So the Environmental News correspondent for BBC jumps on the Atlantic Ocean as the culprit.

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