Monthly Archives: November 2011

And these are the Liberals?

They only came to power due to the incompetence of the Brumby government, and now we’re left wondering what good this new mob is. IT FOUGHT against its existence, but the Baillieu government has had an apparent change of heart … Continue reading

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Shhh! Don’t let them know about the debate

Chris Barton of the New Zealand Herald isn’t happy that a skeptic is corrupting the minds of young geography students. Chris de Freitas, who teaches Geography 101 at the University of Auckland, leaves his students with some wholly undesirable impressions … Continue reading

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Guardian: Let’s get him

The Guardian is looking for clues to indicate the identity of the one behind Climategate. What does this file really tell us, if anything, about the identity of the hacker? For example, there are the stylistic writing quirks. And what … Continue reading

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That doesn’t work, Mike

Let’s refresh our memory with a Michael Mann Climategate 2.0 quote. I gave up on Judith Curry a while ago. I don’t know what she think’s she’s doing, but its not helping the cause. He’s responded to this on Twitter. … Continue reading

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The Age: Nothing to see here

While they caught on much quicker than the first time, it has taken the Fairfax media a while to cover Climategate 2.0. When they did finally do a story on it, they took the expected dismissive tone. The British climatologist … Continue reading

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It’s on again! Climategate- Round 2

New climategate emails have been released. All our favourite players are back, with Jones and Mann bringing their usual best. All indications are that they are authentic. Mr Big in the climategate arena, Mike Mann himself is suggesting such. When … Continue reading

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World twiddles its thumbs

With the failure of Copenhagen and the impending demise if Kyoto, the world’s warmies are desperately trying to establish a new international deal on greenhouse gases before it’s “too late”. But that looks unlikely, with “climate action” starting to become a … Continue reading

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