The journal Frontiers retracted a study of conspiracy accusations among climate change deniers even though their “investigation did not identify any issues with the academic and ethical aspects of the study.”
Heartland Institute email distorts American Meteorological Society study, admits it’s all about “spin”
The Heartland Institute spins an American Meteorological Society study in order to fool the public into rejecting the overwhelming scientific consensus regarding global warming.
Largest study of peer-reviewed literature to date finds overwhelming climate disruption consensus (UPDATED)
A new study of 11,944 peer-reviewed papers over the course of 21 years finds that 97% of all papers with a stated position on climate disruption, and 98.4% of their authors, agree that human activity is driving climate disruption.
John Cook, editor of the climate website SkepticalScience.com and Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, Australia, is conducting a crowd-sourced online survey of 12,000 climate […]
Australian author and climate disruption denialist Ian Plimer debunks himself with self-contradictory statements in his 2009 book “Heaven and Earth.”
If you’ve been reading S&R for a while now, you’re probably familiar with the fact that I have issues with Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, and climate disruption denier. While he came […]