skeptical science

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These items caught my eye – 18 September 2013

No apologies for a tighter focus in this edition. The Internet has been mostly in thrall to the publication of the IPCC’s upcoming AR5. Despite the warmists’ attempts to deny the walk-back on climate sensitivity, it’s very clear that the obvious pause/stall in global temperatures over the last decade or so is causing them (IPCC) … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 29 August 2013

It becomes harder, with each passing week, to find new stuff for these updates. The Global Warming/Climate Change bandwagon seems to roll inexorably on, despite the mounting evidence of its utter stupidity. The tone of the debate becomes ever more frantic from the alarmists as they see their faith undermined by Nature on one hand … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 22 May 2013

A mixed bag of items in this issue. A look at EU energy policy (lol); A basic look at what we mean by Climatology (not as the IPCC define it); Two items on The Royal Society and its struggle to live up to its motto; Proof that cartoonists should stick to drawing and stay out … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 11 May 2013

In this post I thought I’d wander around my blogroll and see what I could find that may not have hit the mainstream. Subjects include: The Great Barrier Reef; It’s Global Warming, Jim – but not as we know it; Do Aid Agencies do more harm than good? Probably; Why Technocrats need to step aside … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 2 May 2013

Each week, I’ll pull together a range of items that have attracted my attention. I hope you will find the variety of topics covered both interesting and enlightening. If you follow a site that is, maybe, a bit off the beaten track and think it would be of interest, please contact me and I’ll take … Continue reading

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