Tag Archives: Cato Institute

Science and policy

Tamsin Edwards wrote an article for the Guardian yesterday called Climate scientists must not advocate particular policies. After reading the article, I largely agreed and wrote the first comment. My main issue with the article was the idea that scientists … Continue reading

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Anonymity

Unless you haven’t been paying attention, you’ll be aware that I’m writing this blog anonymously. There are a number of reasons why I’ve chosen to do so. I don’t enjoy some of the unpleasant exchanges that appear quite common when … Continue reading

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Watt about Chip and Paddy?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a new post called policy implications of climate models on the verge of failure. It discusses a poster presented by Paul C (Chip) Knappenberger and Patrick J. Michaels (Center for the Study of Science, … Continue reading

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Watt about some more climate sensitivity?

There’s a guest post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) about a compilation of lower climate sensitivities plus a new one. It’s written by Patrick J Michaels and Paul Knappenberger, the Director and Assistant Director of the Cato Institute. The … Continue reading

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