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Lewandowsky on Sex and the Single Scholar

  Joanne Nova was the first climate blogger to pick up on Lew’s peculiarities with this article http://joannenova.com.au/2010/03/picasso-brain-syndrome/ which she followed up with this http://joannenova.com.au/2010/05/name-calling-fairy-dust-conspiracy-theorist/ Joanne’s articles are responses to Lewandowsky’s articles at http://www.abc.net.au/news/2010-03-11/33178 and http://www.abc.net.au/news/2010-05-03/33900 Back in March and … Continue reading

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Lewandowsky: My Part in his Downfall

Steve McIntyre has had a look at the complex dance of the emails between the University of Western Australia and the publishers of his “Recursive Fury” paper “Frontiers in Psychological Science” at http://climateaudit.org/2014/03/21/lewandowskys-fury/ Now he’s examined the investigation by UWA … Continue reading

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Lewandowsky Scratches the Scab

Lewandowsky has a new article at http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/publications/observer/2013/november-2013/the-subterranean-war-on-science.html co-written with his faithful sidekick Michael Mann, plus two medical researchers and a psychologist. His big finding is that because different scientists in different disciplines all get threatening letters, vexatious FOI requests, and … Continue reading

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In Praise of Lewandowsky

There’s a book published in 2009 called “Terrorism and Torture: an Interdisiplinary Perspective”,  edited by by Werner G. K. Stritzke, Stephan Lewandowsky, David Denemark, Joseph Clare, and Frank Morgan. Lewandowsky is co-author of chapter 1: “The Terrorism-Torture Link: When Evil … Continue reading

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The Lewandowsky Endgame

Lots of people are wondering why serious sceptic blogs like ClimateAudit, http://climateaudit.org/2013/04/03/tom-curtis-writes/ Wattsupwiththat http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/04/03/lewandowsky-paper-provisionally-removed-due-to-complaints/ and BishopHill http://bishophill.squarespace.com/blog/2013/4/3/lew-two-in-doo-doo.html are devoting so much attention to the Lewandowsky papers and the question of whether Lew and John Cook were fibbing when they said … Continue reading

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Lewandowsky Timeline

This page provides a timeline for understanding the two papers by Lewandowsky et al. which discuss conspiracist ideation among climate sceptics. I shall be updating it continuously. Additions and hints on formatting welcome. LOG12 “NASA faked the moon landing|Therefore (Climate) … Continue reading

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Lewandowsky the Liar

There are many kinds of psychologist. Many, possibly most, of the academic kind, who do surveys or investigate human behaviour in the laboratory, have little time for psychoanalysts, who were the subject of my previous post . Academic psychologists consider … Continue reading

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theConversation

On May 13th, John Cook, PhD student at the University of Queensland, published this article at the Conversation http://theconversation.com/the-things-people-ask-about-the-scientific-consensus-on-climate-change-59243 There were 414 coments in the next few days. 257 of them have since been removed by moderators On 17th May … Continue reading

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Lew’s Conspiracist Classification Criteria

I intend to put up all my research on Lewandowsky’s new paper here as I complete it. I don’t expect many people to find it interesting. It is intended as a research tool for anyone who is preparing an analysis, … Continue reading

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Googling Lew: Repulsive Ferret Revisited

Lewandowsky’s claim to have anonymised the material in “Recurrent Fury” so as to render blogs and blog commenters unidentifiable is entirely false, as I discovered in five minutes on Google. I’ve already quoted this paragraph from the article Lewandowsky wrote … Continue reading

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