Tag Archives: Skepticism

Climate change is real, and important

I thought I would briefly advertise an article that a group of us have written called Climate change is real, and important. Most of the credit should probably go to Sou, who put a lot of it together. It’s primarily … Continue reading

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Skepticism vs Denial

I’m probably a bit late to this, but I thought I would briefly promote the University of Queensland MOOC on Making sense of climate science denial. It’s essentially being run by the Skeptical Science team, and aims to address how … Continue reading

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Come on, be more skeptical!

I popped over to Bishop Hill today – something I haven’t done for a while – and noticed that Andrew (to whom I haven’t always been particularly complementary) was promoting a new paper about clouds and global warming. The paper … Continue reading

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Busy week ahead

I should probably start by apologising. This may be a bit of a rant. I’ve also got quite a busy week ahead, so probably won’t post much in the immediate future (although I have said that before). I’m teaching at … Continue reading

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Learning from my mistakes

I wasn’t sure whether or not to post the following. It comes across as a little whiny and pathetic, but I’ve been a little busy this week so haven’t really had a chance to do much else. Also, there were … Continue reading

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Watt about consistency?

A recent Watts Up With That (WUWT) highlights various reports and articles that discuss scientific consensus and controversies. There is a general tendency within the skeptic community to regard a scientific consensus as unscientific. I believe the implication is that … Continue reading

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