Tag: climate

Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for December 20, 2016, it’s the Electoral College Edition of the podcast…only it’s not! It is really the Judy Curry podcast where we talk with the noted climatologist and courageous skeptic about the details – we’re talking details here – of the climate alarmist argument.

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A common formulation of reporting on climate change or global warming on parts of the right now-a-days starts with “Human Induced Global Warming is Real and Serious, …..” A certain class of pundits and observers, lacking the math chops to actually look at the statistical torture conducted by climate “scientists”, can’t seem to accept that […]

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According to an article in “Watts Up with That” (https://wattsupwiththat.com), Trump is planning on naming Myron Ebell, the head of the Competitive Enterprise Institute as his EPA transition manager. That would be great news, he is a well known climate skeptic and among other credentials, he has been included in GreenPeace’s “Field Guide to Climate […]

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The New York Times is generally credited with having introduced the genre of highlighting the suffering of government-favored groups, perfectly satirized by Mort Sahl when he posited the headline World Ends, Women and Minorities Hardest Hit. (Page 2: Woman Completely Satisfied). While the Times may have created the genre, the Washington Post perfected it with its […]

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Paris – I miss the days when the circus rolled into town on a sleepy train in the middle of the night rather on luxury private planes and chartered jets in the middle of the day. But then again, this is no ordinary circus, kids. It’s the Climate Circus! Where the folly of group action […]

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After hearing James Lileks complain about how cold it was in Minnesota during the latest Ricochet podcast, I decided it was time to lure him from the frozen northlands and tempt him to move to a more temperate climate. Then he wouldn’t freeze and let his segues get obliterated as they were on the latest podcast . . . Here […]

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We’ve filed a response to his response to our appeal. Some selected bits: Of the eight reports that Mann says “exonerated” him, three do not even mention his name once, and six involved no investigation at all of his research or conduct. Of the two reports that do concern Mann, one did not investigate the […]

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Not only is it the seventieth anniversary of the Normandy invasion, but he’s found out that Michael Mann’s lawsuit is likely doomed. Note, however (as is updated at Popehat), that Mark is not actually part of the filing to dismiss, so it’s not quite accurate in that regard. But bad news for the Fuhrer is […]

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Over at PJMedia, I have a piece attacking the credentialism that underlies much of the climate debate: There is no scientific consensus that we must dramatically cut back on fossil-fuel use to avoid environmental catastrophe, despite the implication of that sentence and, in fact, the very notion of a “scientific consensus” is an oxymoron. That is […]

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