the truth shall prevail.
Ouch, that’s gonna leave a mark!
In the old days, this would NOT have been a revolutionary statement...
Well so much for ‘peer review’ and that ‘scientific methodology’.
Excellent thread post. Thanks.
It is encouraging to see more and more of these people doing the right thing and standing up to speak out.
As someone with training in scientific methods, I was shocked by the release of the East Anglia emails and what they indicate.
I find it disgusting, yet fascinating that they tried so hard to defend the indefensible. They doubled down on their deceptions, to no avail. Even to those who AREN’T trained in science, the deceit clearly shone through.
The real clincher for me were the commented notes in Mathematica. Nobody would EVER look there...
"Is it getting warm in here or is it just me?"
Which no longer matters. Everything is covered under Climate Change now.
Maybe our universities can undo some of the damage they have done to Western Civilization by reclassifying “Climate Science” as a branch of Political Science.
If any are interested, Tim Blair.au covers lots of articles on AGW politics.
Evans reaches the natural conclusion the same conclusion Lindzen reached:
At this point, official climate science stopped being a science. In science, empirical evidence always trumps theory, no matter how much you are in love with the theory. If theory and evidence disagree, real scientists scrap the theory. But official climate science ignored the crucial weather balloon evidence, and other subsequent evidence that backs it up, and instead clung to their carbon dioxide theory that just happens to keep them in well-paying jobs with lavish research grants, and gives great political power to their government masters.
And why will it continue? Again, follow the money:
We are now at an extraordinary juncture. Official climate science, which is funded and directed entirely by government, promotes a theory that is based on a guess about moist air that is now a known falsehood. Governments gleefully accept their advice, because the only ways to curb emissions are to impose taxes and extend government control over all energy use. And to curb emissions on a world scale might even lead to world government how exciting for the political class!