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Category Archives: idiocracy
CEI accused Michael Mann of various things, and Mann sued for defamation. Now there’s some progress on the case. “The first line of defense you as a defendant can use in a defamation case, when you’ve done a good job, … Continue reading
Dr. Rabett has translated Ottmar Edenhofer’s Süddeutscher Zeitung interview from German. Excerpt: OE: Take coal for example. Worldwide there are about 12, 000 gigatons of coal in the ground. If we want to meet the goal of not warming by … Continue reading
James thinks it’s a great idea, as he’s one of the “top men persons” himself. Of course, the Heartland institute will soon imitate with their own “experts”. 🙂
..is despicable. They take clearly too little water. They take it clearly too slowly. They idle far too much at the beginning. They idle far too much at the end. They do not offer fast forward capability like mechanical machines … Continue reading
of how journalism is interpreted too, or how to drop your company’s stock 15% in a simple interview which has nothing peculiar in it…
The whole climategate affair was a quite successful smear campaign where the press was played easily. Michael Tobis has more and you can comment there if you want or on the blogs he links to. If you want to get … Continue reading
So, some guys did a study on who are the top names in climate sciences, by how many publications and how many cites they have etc.. They also looked at what published petitions people had signed so they could have … Continue reading
How does a corporation respond to a disaster it has created? By seeking the best PR strategy by polling around which response might look like the best move! Is this for real? Thanks to Things Break.
Some people in the blue islets say and have been saying it’s been cold. It has been, locally, in the US, Europe and Siberia. But globally averaged, January 2010 was warm. At least according to this data. They’ll be checking it … Continue reading