Tag Archives: Climateball

No, we’re not slipping into a proper ice age

Matt Ridley, who I have written about numerous times before, has a new article in The Times called global cooling is not worth shivering about, which claims that The Earth is very slowly slipping back into a proper ice age … Continue reading

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Lukewarmers – a follow up

I was reading (don’t ask me why) Ben Pile’s analysis of this whole Lukewarmer issue. If anyone wants an illustration of why I said things like Apparently being a Lukewarmer also means that if you can’t actually find an explicit … Continue reading

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A juvenile tactic?

Someone pointed out to me (I couldn’t see it myself, because I’ve been blocked) that Matt Ridley had retweeted my post about his recent article, that was reposted on Skeptical Science, and said: Now http://t.co/HhIsPcVpeT confirms warming now down to … Continue reading

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Things

I’m at a bit of loose end today. I should really be out of the office, as there are important things happening, but I have no control over them and so have come in anyway. I have, however, looked through … Continue reading

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Some kudos

In a recent post, Andrew Montford appeared to associate me with Paul Krugman and Michael Mann. August company indeed, although I don’t think it was intended as a compliment. I did, however, decide to comment on the post, and it … Continue reading

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Climateball(TM)

I’ve been thinking about this post for a few days, but have been uncertain as to whether or not to write it; partly because I wouldn’t mind some peace and quiet, partly because I may not really do it justice, … Continue reading

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