3 supposedly smart men, Bloomberg, Steyer and Paulsen running around talking warming.
Category Archives: Methodology
I am a big fan of physicist Howard Hayden, formerly Prof at U Conn, so I ask you to consider some of his comments from the July issue of The Energy Advocate</em, a real paper newsletter he publishes.
Well it’s true they cannot re write statutes, they can “interpret” them in ways that boggle the mind.
I admire a certain writer who puts up this fine piece on why small particles–tiny dust–don’t kill nobody the way the EPA claims.
This is a report on a scandal in an obscure journal, and peer review has come under more scrutiny.
Although this is a fraud story, peer review is not as good as you would imagine, even in the best of circumstances.
This author discusses fallacious scientific methods and attitudes.
Some good discussion on cheating with numbers–journalists and advocates would call it lying for justice.
This time it’s about Midwestern winter nights.
Attention all you vaccine haters.
This one is dead on arrival and what a waste of time.
Anthony Watts, who exposed the siting problems and showed ridiculous siting, for example, an hour down the road in Lampasas TX they moved the temp monitor from a rural location to a parking lot. So Watts discusses the better network, but it’s still ground stations.
I don’t like it when I see exposure experiments. Would BP oil slow the swimming motion?
Mouse and rat studies have little value, says Dr. Dalrymple.
Lethal small particles exceed 3000 mics per cubic meter in Hookah Bars. No sudden deaths?
Joe Bast Sent me this very enlightening discussion.
These researchers used the same lousy methodology, but at least they were willing to admit they didn’t find anything. What they do claim is not statistically valid.
Charles Battig, anesthesiologist, aerospace medicine, now prolific essayist and climate issues scholar, discusses the scientific oligarchy.
The later life of Hayek was spent in his studies on knowledge and science.