Author Archives: Geoff Chambers

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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New Blog: cliscep.com

Most of my blogging activity is being transferred to a new blog – a co-operative effort which we hope will expand to fill the space left by our previous individual blogs. I explain why at http://cliscep.com/about/ According to the gas … Continue reading

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Ubu President

President Hollande has just given a 25 minute speech to launch December’s COP21 Paris Climate Conference. It was such a monument of scientific, economic and geopolitical stupidity that I thought I’d preserve it for posterity here. Here are some extracts, … Continue reading

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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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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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Mister <1%: Lew Screws Up Again

I’m browsing through the new Lewandowsky paper, and after just three pages have found some interesting anomalies. He says in his blog article at http://www.shapingtomorrowsworld.org/rf2015.html “… the corpus of text underlying the analysis is no longer publically [sic] available. These … Continue reading

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