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Ben Santer’s 17 year itch, revisited – he and a whole stable of climate scientists have egg on their faces

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Ben Santer’s 17 year itch, revisited – he and a whole stable of climate scientists have egg on their faces

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2014/10/03/ben-santers-17-year-itch-revisited-he-and-a-whole-stable-of-climate-scientists-have-egg-on-their-faces

Now that “the pause” has come of age, and has exceeded 18 years, it is time to revisit a post a made back in November 2011. Ben Santer’s 17 year itch Bill Illis reminded me in comments of this spectacular failure of peer reviewed climate science: Let’s remember several years ago when all the heavy-weights of […]

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