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Tony N on the New Year

I thoroughly recommend the thoughtful essay by Tony N at Harmless Sky for a review of where we stand on climate change at present.

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Interesting snippet here

Jan 1, 2010 at 3:13 PM | Unregistered CommenterJabba the Cat

Tony N seems guardedly optimistic:
" With the two inquiries taking place concurrently, the international scale of the scandal will become all too apparent".
I think the investigation will conclude that the science is sound, but then CRU will clean house. It's the only way to save face. Expect something similar from Penn State.

To really get the ball rolling, a few scientsts, those who have a lot to lose, should be focussed on subjected to a lot heat. Once one spills the beans, a cascade of deserters might result. The good news is that there are many points of attack. The bad news is that the warmists still have a lot of political and media cover. But if public opinion turns ugly - look out. The team is facing some awfully rough riding.

Jan 1, 2010 at 7:08 PM | Unregistered CommenterP Gosselin

I am was gratified to discover a £25 Pensioners' Cold Weather Payment had arrived in my bank on New Year's Eve.
It was not very warm last week - another broken promise by the Warmists.

Jan 1, 2010 at 10:08 PM | Unregistered CommenterSt Paul

I 've been looking at a Christmas present - the Ordnance Survey's Historic Map of Ancient Britain, copyright 1995 i.e. before the climate boondoggle got monopoly powers. The authors seek to explain their evidence - crop marks, field boundaries, pollen deposits, and so on. Thus they write "It is clear that that what is today regarded as marginal land was cultivated in the past under more favourable climatic conditions..." and "in the Bronze Age, the climate was drier and warmer than it is today...". It's remarkable that the Climate Hoodlums want to make us ignore a century's worth of archaeological evidence while paying attention to dendroclimatology, their dismal failure of a "science".

Jan 2, 2010 at 1:49 PM | Unregistered Commenterdearieme

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