The Sensitivity of Climate Scientists

Guest post by Clive Best Every time that a new result shows a low climate sensitivity (ECS), climate scientists are queuing up to rubbish it.  God forbid anyone implying that CMIP5 models are running too hot!  Even Myles Allen received such a battering when referring to his recent paper on the BBC Today program: “that … Continue reading

Polar bear attack paper invalidated by non-independent analysis

  Cross-posted from Shub Niggurath Stephan Lewandowsky has co-authored (yet another) paper attacking climate skeptics. His colleagues-in-arms this time are long-time climate consensusite Jeff Harvey , Bart Verheggen, and a cohort of ecologists along with Michael Mann. First author Harvey is well-known to climate commenters as a rant-prone passionate bulldog for the climate cause. The … Continue reading

Winning! Not winning!

The internet making fun of mainstream media messaging – an example of winning? Ian: In an email shared amongst the Cliscep team recently I mentioned that I thought climate scepticism had passed a tipping point and that our side was now, finally, winning. Jaime agreed, but cautioned that the scales have only tipped very lightly … Continue reading

Beware Greens Exploiting Hurricanes

Beware Greens Exploiting Hurricanes

Ben Pile has an article up at Spiked: When Hurricane Harvey landed on Texas, it marked the end of a 12-year lull in major hurricanes hitting the US. This period – which also featured a long ‘hiatus’ in global warming, the failure of ice-free Arctic predictions and the growth of polar-bear populations – had long … Continue reading