Today’s guest post is by our very own Bernie, longtime reader and contributer. Too confused and too nuanced to be effective Phelim McAleer’s and Ann McElhinney’s Not Evil, Just Wrong targets the […]
Briggs and Big Oil
The closest I come to “Big Oil” is when I create my spécialité de la maison: bacon-olive-oil confit. Incidentally, that’s the only way to cook this miracle pig meat—frying removes all that […]
The University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit Hacking
Be sure to also see this story! And this story a follow-up See also see this story on proxies I often write emails to pals of mine that are in shorthand, that […]
Climategate Predictions: The Aftermath
The aftermath isn’t yet upon us. We are still in the in situ-math. But I thought it would be fun anyway to make some definite, testable predictions of what will happen given […]
My Pajamas Media Climategate Article
Pajamas Media has published my article What is—and what isn’t—evidence of global warming. I normally don’t ask, but I’d be grateful if you’d pass this article on, link it around or email […]
Protesters gather in Copenhagen. Why?
Be sure to visit again tomorrow, for another article in this series. Time is up. Time to fight passion with calm reason. That always works, doesn’t it? Those thousands of “activists” and […]
Seasonal Climate Forecasts Do Not Have Skill
David Lavers is the lead author in a GRL paper “A multiple model assessment of seasonal climate forecast skill for applications.” Lavers et al. checked eight different climate models and found that, […]
Phil Jones, I accept!
The other day, I asked Phil Jones and other climate scientists to rebuke some of their foaming-at-the-mouth colleagues for their inappropriate use of language. While I’m still awaiting a response—it should come […]