Of dangling conversations, unasked questions and those unanswered

One of the patterns that I’ve noticed in all the so-called inquiries pursuant to Climategate (including the still unresolved investigation by the Norfolk Constabulary) are the questions that no one seems to have asked – and the parties they have not interviewed. The flip side (and equally revealing) side of unasked questions are questions that…

IPCC reports: spaced out?!

One of the recurring themes I had noticed when we were attempting (unsuccessfully) to quantify the “Accepted” “Rejected” etc. comments on the Second Order Draft of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s Fourth Assessment Report (AR4), in AccessIPCC, was the considerable number of comments that were “Rejected” or “Noted” due to “space limitations” and/or…