Daily Archives: May 11, 2012

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Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Judith Curry Alarming cracks are starting to penetrate deep into the scientific edifice. They threaten the status of science and its value to society. And they cannot be blamed on the usual suspects —…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
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Originally posted on Climate Science: Roger Pielke Sr.:
Seminar Announcement I am pleased that the role of internal climate dynamics in climate system heat changes (and other aspects of the climate system) is finally becoming better appreciated. This movement towards…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
The global warming signal is now louder than the noise of random weather, as I predicted would happen by now in the journal Science in 1981. Extremely hot summers have increased noticeably. We can say with high…

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Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood   You will no doubt recall reading how GHCN decided to change the original Reykjavik temperature record from this to this thus doing away with the warm…

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Originally posted on Climate Audit:
Obviously there’s been a lot of discussion in the last few days about the difference between the CRU 12 and the Schweingruber 34. In making such comparisons, it’s always a good idea to look at…

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Originally posted on Climate Audit:
In the FOI request under appeal, one of the two outstanding issues is my request for a copy of the Wahl and Ammann version, as submitted to Lead Author Briffa and used in the AR4…

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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
Governor Bill Haslam has chosen not to go along with conservative lawmakers in condemning an international environmental program. Tennessee’s House and Senate both voted overwhelmingly to oppose the United Nations sustainability blueprint called Agenda 21.…

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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
The House advanced a resolution Thursday demanded by lawmakers fearful about covert infiltration of U.S. environmental policy by socialist ideals espoused by the United Nations. Rep. Dennis Hedke, R-Wichita, led the charge to gain House…

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