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Comment On The Article in the Economist On Rich Muller’s Data Analysis

Update October 21 2011 I have posted these comments on Watts Up With That, Climate Etc and Blackboard “Zeke Hausfather – I realize that he has a much larger set of locations, but many of them are very short term … Continue reading

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Erroneous Information In The Report “Procedural Review of EPA’s Greenhouse Gases Endangerment Finding Data Quality Processes”

The EPA Office of the Inspector General published the report “Procedural Review of EPA’s Greenhouse Gases Endangerment Finding Data Quality Processes,” dated September 26, 2011. There has been discussion of this Report in the media, e.g. see and see, but … Continue reading

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Do The CRU E-mails Change The IPCC Conclusions On The late 19th, 20th and early 21st Century Surface Temperature Trends? Does The CRU Data (And Thus The IPCC) Overstate The Magnitude Of Global Warming?

Do The CRU E-mails Change The IPCC Conclusions On The late 19th, 20th and early 21st Century Surface Temperature Trends? Does The CRU Data (and thus the IPCC) Overstate The Magnitude Of Global Warming? The answer to the first question is … Continue reading

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Further Comment On The Dot Earth Post On “Climate Data, Trends and Peer Review”

Yesterday I posted a blog titled A Myth About The Surface Temperature Record Analyses Perpetuated On Dot Earth By Andy Revkin. To his credit, despite my criticism, Andy presented a rebuttal by Michael Schlesinger on his website. I have reposted Michael’s response … Continue reading

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An Erroneous Statement Made By Phil Jones To The Media On The Independence Of The Global Surface Temperature Trend Analyses Of CRU, GISS And NCDC

In the news today, there is an erroneous statement by Phil Jones regarding the surface temperature data sets that are used to diagnose global warming In Harrabin’s Notes: E-mail impact  it is reported “Professor Andrew Watson, a long-term colleague of the researchers at the … Continue reading

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Comment On The Blackboard Post “A Surprising Validation of USHCN Adjustments”

source of image WUWT There is a claim of validation of the BEST data at Blackboard in the post A Surprising Validation of USHCN Adjustments by Zeke He starts off his post with the comment “Its not often that I get to … Continue reading

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Comment On The Article “Ad Hominem Arguments In The Service Of Boundary Work Among Climate Scientists” By Souder and Qureshi 2012

Judy Curry mentioned this article from BishopHill Ad hominem arguments in the service of boundary work among climate scientists by Lawrence Souder and Furrah Qureshi of Drexel University in the journal Journal of Science Communication 11(1), January 2012 in her post Week in … Continue reading

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Comment On A Washington Post Editorial “The Truth About Global Warming” – Another Media Disconnect

There is an editorial today in the Washington Post titled “The truth about global warming” which illustrates the failure of the author of this editorial to properly investigate claims in the NOAA report regarding the climate system. This is yet another media disconnect with … Continue reading

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Comment On The Denial of Petitions for Reconsideration of the Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings For Greenhouse Gases Under Section 202(a) Of The Clean Air Act”

There is a news release titled July 29, 2010 EPA Rejects Claims of Flawed Climate Science. It is based on Denial of Petitions for Reconsideration of the Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings for Greenhouse Gases under Section 202(a) of the Clean … Continue reading

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Erroneous Statement By Peter A. Stott And Peter W. Thorne In Nature Titled “How Best To Log Local Temperatures?”

An article has appeared in Nature  on May 13 2010 titled Peter A. Stott and Peter W. Thorne, 2010: How best to log local temperatures? Nature. doi:10.1038/465158a, page 158 [thanks to Joe Daleo for alterting us to this] which perpetuates … Continue reading

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