Climate change a belated round up

Making use of the fact that I seem to have some free time, I thought I’d try to pull together some of the various articles that have been written about Copenhagen and Anthropogenic Global Warming (as I believe it’s now correct to call it – or is it Anthropogenic climate change today?). As it seems to be terribly relevant to state ones qualifications for having an opinion in the matter (though most of the politicians making the decisions have no science background but they’ll still spend the money) I shall state for the record that I’ve no experience in computer … Continue reading

Climate change hack

Loads of people have already dealt with this far better than I ever could, notably Bishop Hill and the Devils Kitchen. The response over at Real climate is also quite enlightening, especially as they feature in some of the hacked emails (Oh and claim to be independent of any environmental organizations) . So go and read what these more informed people have to say, in the mean time I’m going to address just two points which come up in the defence of the scientists on Real climate. Firstly there is the claim that it’s all out of context and it’s … Continue reading