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Lew Flushed with Success

Professor Lewandowsky has been quiet on the climate front for a couple of years now. (I’ll come back to this at the end of the article.) But media coverage of the Royal Society gold-medal-winning professor has been picking up due to a new interest of his – Donald Trump. His current area of research has been mentioned recently by Paul Rosenberg at … Continue reading

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Nature Defamation

A new defamatory paper at Nature Communications shows the climate cult sinking to new lows. It follows a familiar technique of creating hatred and division by dividing everyone up into just two groups, the goodies and the baddies.  The abstract starts with “We juxtapose 386 prominent contrarians with 386 expert scientists …”, at which point … Continue reading

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“Uggianaqtuq. We’re Going Climate Bonkers:” – Guardian

The Guardian has no less than three articles out this week claiming that climate change is driving us doo-lally, with headlines like: “Mental health at the heart of the climate crisis”  “Ecological grief” and “How the climate emergency could lead to a mental health crisis” The articles report “increasing social anxiety and trauma… connected to the climate crisis,”“unprecedented levels … Continue reading

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One Day Heatwave at Cambridge Botanical Gardens Made 20 Times More Likely By Climate Change, Experts Say

    I’ve already covered the attribution study recently rushed out by scientists with regard to the very hot spell of weather in June. Now most of those same scientists have published a second attribution study which focuses on the 3 or 4 very hot days in northern France and Europe and the one very … Continue reading

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Hockey Stick Groundhog Day

Some ancient history Fifteen to twenty years ago, Michael Mann and colleagues wrote a few papers claiming that current warming was unprecedented over the last 600 to 2000 years.  Other climate scientists described Mann’s work variously as crap, pathetic, sloppy, and crap.  These papers caught the interest of Stephen McIntyre and this led to the … Continue reading