Tag Archives: climate science

Value-free science?

Reiner Grundmann has a new post on Die Klimazwiebel discussing whether or not philosophy can enlighten climate science. Reiner also has an earlier post about the same topic. As far as I can tell, the basic argument seems to be … Continue reading

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Sceptics vs Academics

Judith Curry is currently promoting an analysis by someone called the Scottish Sceptic (Mike Haseler) in which he has attempted to differentiate between what he calls sceptics and non-sceptics (academics/warmists) (Sceptics vs Academics). I think the terminology is awful, but … Continue reading

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The scientists’s view of the IPCC report

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just released the Working Group 1 (WG1) report of the fifth Assessment Report (AR5). A difference between what is presented here and what was presented in the fourth Assessment Report (AR4) is … Continue reading

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Watt about Roger Pielke Jr?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a Weekly climate and energy news roundup in which they normally include a quote of the week. This week’s quote is by Roger Pielke Jr and is A difficult question for the climate science … Continue reading

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There’s been no pause in global warming!

I discovered this over at Climate Denial Crock of the Week, but thought I would also post it here. It’s very good video explaining why there has been no pause in global warming. I think it explains the basic science … Continue reading

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Watt about sticking it to the Mann?

Watts Up With That (WUWT) has a new post by Lord Christopher Monckton called Sticking it to the Mann. In this post, Christopher Monckton responds to Michael Mann’s recent Richmond Time’s Dispatch article. I would explain why what Christopher says … Continue reading

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Guest Post : Collin Maessen on why language matters

Collin Maessen, who runs the Real Sceptic site, offered to write a guest post about “words and how we use them”. This is an interesting topic in itself, but particularly relevant for the climate science debate as it does seem … Continue reading

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