• Free The Data, Save The Science

    • Date: 26/04/10

    Official investigations into climate researchers’ tactics and methods have so far mainly cleared the climategate scientists of wrongdoing. But behind the scenes, last fall’s explosive leak has started to change how at least some of those scientists do business. One case in point is independent researcher Douglas J. Keenan, who recently scored an unheralded but […]

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  • Climategate and The Crisis Of Climate Alarmism

    • Date: 22/04/10

    In mid-November of 2009 there appeared a file on the Internet containing thousands of emails and other documents from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in Great Britain. How this file got into the public domain is still uncertain, but the emails, whose authenticity is no longer in question, provided a […]

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  • Matt Ridley: How Not To Defend Science

    • Date: 21/04/10

    Bishop Hill is doing a great job of following the various inquiries into the climate emails. The unthoroughness, biased membership and gullibility of the Oxburgh and Russell inquiries has the effect on a lukewarmer like me of driving me further into the sceptical camp. If the case for man made global warming needs this much […]

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  • UK Information Commissioner Forces University To Release Research Data

    • Date: 20/04/10

    Scientists at Queen’s University in Belfast have been ordered to hand over 40 years of research data on tree rings after a three-year battle with climate sceptics. The ruling by the Information Commissioner sets a precedent for scientists having to comply with the strictest interpretation of the Freedom of Information (FoI) Act. It suggests that […]

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  • UEA Gives Files Of Climate Sceptics To Police

    • Date: 16/04/10

    THE university embroiled in the scandal over leaked climate change emails has sparked outrage by handing the personal details of climate change sceptics to police. The University of East Anglia claimed it had been deluged with requests from sceptics under the Freedom of Information Act shortly before hacked emails were published which appeared to show […]

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  • Another Unsatisfactory Rushed Job

    • Date: 14/04/10

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation regrets that the Oxburgh Panel has been rushed and therefore extremely superficial. The body of the report is hardly five pages long. The Panel should have taken more time to arrive at more balanced and more trustworthy conclusions as there was no need to rush the inquiry. The Panel worked […]

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  • Climate Of Change And The Hockey Stick Illusion

    • Date: 12/04/10

    TAKE AN ice hockey stick and lay it on its side. The now horizontal shaft, according  — while the blade, pointing practically straight upwards, is temperature over the last few decades. Accelerating, running away, threatening the planet. Except it’s not. At least according to Milnathort author Andrew Montford, an internet blogger who argues in his […]

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  • Richard Lindzen: Earth Is Never In Equilibrium

    • Date: 11/04/10

    To a significant extent, the issue of climate change revolves around the elevation of the commonplace to the ancient level of ominous omen. In a world where climate change has always been the norm, climate change is now taken as punishment for sinful levels of consumption. In a world where we experience temperature changes of […]

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