We’ve provided a recent non-technical overview of our results here . Webpages providing links and providing htm versions of this overview and links are at either of www.climate2003.com or Ross McKitrick You can contact me at smcintyre25 AT yahoo.ca. If you want to talk to me, I’ll email a cell #. This blog started on Feb. 8, 2005 and had over 14,000 hits in its first week. Recent technical articles are our GRL article (a pre-publication version available here) and the E&E paper here. There has been extensive recent press coverage… Richard Muller of UC-Berkely wrote an article about us in October which attracted a lot of interest.
azine Natuurwetenschap & Techniek in their February 2005 issue provided a lengthy story about the history of our work, an English version available here in pdf, which was re-printed by the National Post last week. There were mentions of us last week in The Economist, Science and Nature, the latter two being subscription articles, but I’ve quoted relevant portions here and here. On Feb. 13, 2005, Ross made an excellent presentation on Global TV. On Feb. 14, 2005, the Wall Street Journal ran a prominent story on its front page, complete with picture. On Feb. 15, 2005, a slightly edited version of Some Thoughts on Disclosure and Due Diligence was re-printed by National Post and I appeared on Squeeze Play on ROB TV..
iticizes us at his blog www.realclimate.org and many of the comments here, especially Errors Matter #1, Errors Matter #2 and Errors Matter #3 are responses to this. There are several chatlines which have actively discussed the controversy: sci.environment has several threads on us but is mostly flame wars; www.davidappell.com has had recent discussions which were relatively civilized and UKweatherworld has a thread on us.
This blog has only been up a week, but there are postings in the archives (including some very recent posts under the February 2005 archives and some transferred from my website).