Watch Now: Morano on Fox discussing debate ducker Dan Weiss & Latest Science: ‘This has happened many times, the global warmers back out of debates’
Marc Morano on Fox Business’ ‘The Independents’ – Broadcast Friday March 21, 2014
Morano on debate ducker Dan Weiss: ‘This has happened many times, the global warmers back out of debates. As CBS News’ Scott Pelley news anchor said, he won’t interview skeptical scientists because it would be the equivalent of interviewing Holocaust deniers if he was doing a segment on the Holocaust.
University ethics: ‘Steve McIntyre reveals that the conclusions of the University of Western Australia’s ethics inquiry into Stephan Lewandowsky were written by Lewandowsky himself’
In yet another astonishing post at Climate Audit, Steve McIntyre reveals that the conclusions of the University of Western Australia’s ethics inquiry into Stephan Lewandowsky were written by Lewandowsky himself:
Half an hour later (Oct 15 15:18; FOIT, 9), Lewandowsky replied by adding the sentences bolded below, which add the claim that the University had “considered” my claims and found them to be “baseless” and that his research had been “conducted in compliance with all applicable ethical guidelines”…
Moreover, as Lucia Liljegren notes on Twitter, the university announced that they had held an inquiry that exonerated Lewandowsky, when in fact they had done nothing of the sort.
And apparently there is worse to come.
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New paper finds global sea level rise has decelerated 31% since 2002 along with the ‘pause’ of global warming – Published in Nature Climate Change
The authors also find that even with this huge adjustment to sea level rise, there is no evidence of acceleration over the past 20 years, which means there is no evidence of a human influence on sea levels.
The authors redeem themselves a bit in the conclusion and appear to contradict their earlier statements in the paper: “Although progress has been achieved and inconsistencies reduced, the puzzle of the missing energy remains, raising the question of where the extra heat absorbed by the Earth is going. The results presented here will further encourage this debate as they underline the enigma between the observed plateau in Earth’s mean surface temperature and continued rise in the Global Mean Sea Level [GMSL].”