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Tag Archives: John Cook
Watt about the 97% consensus, again?
Watts Up With That (WUWT) has another post about John Cook’s consensus paper. I must admit that I find this all a little odd. In my experience, if people think a paper is ridiculously wrong, they typically just ignore it. … Continue reading
Closing down the debate!
Making Science Public has allowed Dana Nuccitelli to respond to Ben Pile’s recent post What’s behind the battle of received wisdoms?. I think Dana’s response is very good, but I would say that wouldn’t I? One of the things that … Continue reading
Posted in Climate change, ENSO, Global warming Tagged Ben Pile, Climate change, Dan Kahan, Dana Nuccitelli, Global warming, John Cook, Judith Curry, Mike Hulme, Tom Curtis 147 Comments
Richard Tol and the 97% consensus
I said in my earlier post that I might write about Richard Tol’s publicly stated views on John Cook’s 97% consensus paper. Since then, however, I’ve had a rather frustrating Twitter discussion with Richard Tol that, sadly, ended quite sourly … Continue reading
Posted in Climate change, Global warming Tagged 97% consensus, consensus paper, Cook, Global warming, John Cook, Michael Mann, Richard Tol, Twitter 239 Comments
Watt about John Cook and the atom bombs?
Not surprisingly, Watts up With That (WUWT) has a post mocking John Cook’s recent quote that the increase in energy associated anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is the same as 4 Hiroshima bombs per second. As I showed in yesterdays’s post, … Continue reading
John Cook and the atomic bombs
John Cook, who writes the Skeptical Science blog, has been criticised – in a blog article called Media Fail: John Cook’s Atom Bombs – for comparing global warming to atomic bombs. This Media Fail post is actually referring to an … Continue reading
Richard Tol’s second draft
So I’ve had a look through the second draft of Richard Tol’s paper Qunatifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the literature:a comment. It doesn’t seem to have changed much, so I stand by much of what I said … Continue reading
Posted in Climate change, Global warming, Uncategorized Tagged Academic publishing, AGW, Climate change, Cook, Cook et al., Dana Nuccitelli, Global warming, John Cook, Richard Tol Comments Off on Richard Tol’s second draft
Watt about Richard Tol?
John Cook (with others) published, recently, a paper called Quantifying the consensus on anthropogenic global warming in the scientific literature. The paper used Web of Science to search for papers on “global warming” or “global climate change”. They restricted their … Continue reading
Web of “lack of” Knowledge?
There is another post over at Watts Up With That (WUWT) claiming that John Cook’s consensus paper is falling apart. They seem rather fixated by this paper, which is interesting in itself. Anyway, it’s based on a post on Bishop … Continue reading
John Cook’s lie of epic proportions!
I’m too tired to write anything substantial, but Anthony Watts has a new post at Watts Up With That (WUWT) called the 97% consensus – a lie of epic proportions. So, what is the basic problems? John Cook’s recent survey … Continue reading
Watt about the 32.6%?
Watts Up With That (WUWT) has new post called Fuzzy math: In a new soon to be published paper, John Cook claims ‘consensus’ on 32.6% of scientific papers that endorse AGW. It’s about a recent paper published today by John … Continue reading