Of climate science and … Shakespeare

So, here I was trying my level-headed best to compose a response to some arrogant claims from “climate scientist”, James Annan, that I had read via Shub Niggurath, where I had learned more about Annan’s declarations to the effect that a real Nobel scientist, Sir Tim Hunt, was deserving of labels such as: ‘old’, ‘entitled’,…

Ongoing silence from the CBC’s Pachauri front

By now, it is fairly common knowledge that Rajendra Pachauri – the “voice and face” of the oh-so-prestigious (but, as I had noted in my previous post according to its putative UN parents, “unchartered”) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – quite suddenly resigned from his far-too-long-held position as Chair. Back in his “glory” days…

A brief update to a Frontears footnote

An update from the “now you see it, now you don’t” department at Frontiers in Psychology, the (now former) home of Lewandowsky and pals’ example of abysmal “scholarship”, their so-called Recursive Fury paper. In Footnote1 to my March 24 post I had written: Even though Frontiers has issued a rather milquetoast flavoured “retraction” of Fury,…

Kyoto klimateers in Kenya

As Donna Laframboise (to whom thanks and congratulations are due for her 500 posts since April 2009) wrote the other day, the BBC has egg on on its face following a bogus claim by David Attenborough in a recent TV program. Even Leo Hickman, of the greenest of ’em all U.K. Guardian – whose reputation…