Scientists are as sure of industrial climate disruption as they are that smoking causes lung cancer. So why hasn’t the international community made progress toward addressing climate disruption? There are at least four reasons.
S&R reviewed eight related commentaries written by Tom Harris of the International Climate Science Coalition since mid-December. We found that the commentaries represent tone trolling and are packed them with distortions, errors, hypocrisy, and more. Part One of Six.
Christopher Horner must correct his written statements about Michael Mann and the National Science Foundation investigation that independently cleared Mann of allegations of academic misconduct.
Heartland Institute billboard featuring Unabomber Ted Kaczynski feeds Heartland’s critics and drives away their allies and donors.
Six errors plus two shortcomings equals 49 former NASA employees with no climate science credentials damaging their own reputations.
The Heartland Institute: updates on the documents, memo authorship, and another example of hypocrisy [Corrected]
The published Heartland Institute documents are now authentic, the authorship of the allegedly fabricated memo is still unknown, and Heartland’s hypocrisy sinks to new depths.
S&R’s collection of a discussion on human-caused climate disruption between Brian Angliss, S&R climate/science writer and electrical engineer, and Burt Rutan, aerospace engineer and former CEO of Scaled Composites.
Peter H. Gleick collects the five most outrageous examples of climate BS (Bad Science) from 2011, with several runners-up. Number one? All the Republican presidential candidates.
The Heartland Institute has a history of distorting climate science and lying about climate scientists. Their latest climate-related media advisory is no exception.
Mann's critics not appeased by NSF investigation, extend unfounded "whitewash" accusations to NSF itself
The OIG confirmed Penn State’s result that Michael Mann was not guilty of research misconduct. So where are all Mann’s critics admitting they were wrong about him?