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Letter to the Guardian

To Chris Elliott, Readers’ Editor, on March 30th 2014 I wrote to you to complain about this article: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2014/mar/21/contrarians-bully-climate-change-journal-retraction which accuses “contrarians” (i.e. climate sceptics) of bullying a scientific journal into retracting an article. I pointed out that no bullying … Continue reading

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Foxgoose, McIntyre & Me v. Nuccitelli (and the Cook that spoils the broth)

[See Update 23 April 2014 at the end]  Here’s a correspondence I’ve been having with the Readers’ Editor at the Guardian: From Geoff Chambers to Guardian Readers’ Editor 30 March 2014: Dear Readers’ Editor,  I’m writing to complain about this … Continue reading

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“Recursive Fury”: a Summary

[The retraction of the Lewandowsky/Cook “Recursive Fury” paper has been generally greeted as a great victory for us sceptics, and many commenters have opined that we can forget about it; it’s history. I disagree, for the following reasons. The same … 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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Looser Screws than Lew’s

Just as I was planning on dropping blogging and going back to a normal life watching ballet on my new big screen computer and drawing sexy super-heroines, Lewandowsky’s “Recursive Fury” paper gets retracted and I’ve been busy commenting and networking … 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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Apocalypse Close: Chapter 6

(the story so far:) George Moonbat, investigative journalist, discovers to his horror that Miranda, the bewitching Green Activst who has pressed her copy of “Watermelons” on him, is in fact an Inspector in the Norfolk Constabulary. George lay back in … Continue reading

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