Monthly Archives: July 2014

Lewandowsky: those believing in global warming are gullible.

Summary Based on the ethics application, Lewandowsky’s known views on skeptics and comments he made about “the pause” it appears this project was set up with the expectation that it would show that skeptics changed their views depending what they … Continue reading

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Great Forecasting Moments At The Met Office

Originally posted on Real Science:
October 28, 2010 The Met Office, using data generated by a £33 million supercomputer, claims Britain can stop worrying about a big freeze this year because we could be in for a milder winter than…

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Lewandowsky and Oreskes Are Co-Authors of a Paper about ENSO, Climate Models and Sea Surface Temperature Trends (Go Figure!)

Yet another example of lewandosky “motivated ideation” of what the data actually shows. Watts Up With That? The new paper Risbey et al. (2014) will likely be very controversial based solely on the two co-authors identified in the title above … Continue reading

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Why climate engineers beat the climate academics

There is no doubt that skeptics have a proven track record on predicting the inability of climate academics to predict the climate. After nearly 18years without warming which none of the academics predicted (even after it started), they are looking … Continue reading

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The Toad goes rowing – TheEndofPhysics laments those “insisting on validation of models”

I nearly thought about posting on this, where the Toad (aka Connolley) has finally decided that 8minutes of watching him rowing is more important than anything else. However, then I noticed people were commenting and I couldn’t help wondering what the … Continue reading

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Corruption Of Academic Journals For Profit and Climate Change Propaganda

A long time ago, I recognised that the climate signal was far too short a time period to be able to say anything at all about it – and so it was fraudulent to say much at all. But academics … Continue reading

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R code to plot CET daily

As a programmer who has learnt & used perhaps 20-30 programming languages (I even created my own “language” at one one for a particular application), when I heard some other skeptics talking about using ‘R’ I made the mistake of … Continue reading

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Neil Craig, the Lone wolf howls no more

It is with sad regret that I have to announce the sudden death of Neil Craig, friend, SCEF committee member, prolific blogger, and strident “voice in the wilderness” who gained the nick name “the lone wolf”. Excellent letter from Mr … Continue reading

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The climate consensus is not 97% – it’s 100%

Watts Up With That? By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Shock news from the Heartland Institute’s Ninth International Climate Change Conference: among the 600 delegates, the consensus that Man contributes to global warming was not 97%. It was 100%. View original … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror on the wall who’s the most electable politician of them all?

The press, hammered by lost advertising revenue, are now little more than copy and paste merchants. The result is the “reality” politicians see is increasingly an uncritical mirror of themselves. We’ve all seen the graph below. This shows that the … Continue reading

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Warning: the end of TV could herald a scared world without experts

As we all know…. Climate Depot: Monckton: ‘Just about everything the mainstream news media say about global warming and its supposed dangers is the opposite of the truth’ … that the print media have been printing nonsense about climate for … Continue reading

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The Bloggers that killed the mainstream Press

In 2000 the US newspapers had their best ever year with $65billion worth of ad revenue. Less than a decade later it had dropped 2/3 that value and as the graph below shows it continues in free fall and online … Continue reading

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New 97% accurate climate forecast model

After extensive & thorough testing against the climatic science evidence (aka models), I am now ready to reveal to the world the latest state of the art climate prediction system. The current forecast is below: Forecast model My 100 year … Continue reading

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I nearly fell off my seat.

I read saw an article in the Daily Mail Obama mocks GOP global warming skeptics and says they ‘pretend’ they ‘can’t read’ – but ignores new claims that the US has been COOLING since the 1930s It sounded suitably boring … Continue reading

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How much would the BBC get on the open market?

If the British government just put the BBC up for sale lock stock and barrel, how much would we get for it?

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BBC: Is this the dead cat bounding?

Keeping up to date on climate stories in the news and blogs, it is just a fact that the world has turned skeptical. A few years ago, people were literally afraid to own up to being a skeptic. Today, it … Continue reading

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Another academic shows they are clueless on climate.

Over at “The End of Physics” we find a gem of a piece from this academic who says: This one is particularly irritating because it’s essentially a silly circular argument. “Yes, we’ve warmed. However, we can’t tell, using a statistical … Continue reading

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It is morally wrong to pay the BBC TV charge

The BBC have been given ample chance to obey the legal requirements of its own charter. It has failed to do so. There is no ambiguity in this. If your views are scientifically skeptic, whether someone like Bob Carter, who … Continue reading

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“Green” Energy Suspected of killing Red Kites to Clear for Windparks

By P Gosselin on 7. Juli 2014 The dispute over windpark development on some of Germany’s most idyllic landscapes is heating up rapidly and massively. And should the dispute continue on its current trajectory, it won’t be long before the … Continue reading

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The Skeptic demands: temperature data (draft)

Judith Curry had a post today which just made my blood boil when she tried to excuse the appalling culture within those groups producing a “global temperature figure” by saying “They are doing their best”. In my experience, that comment … Continue reading

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