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[Update 04/08/13: Josh has once again a brilliant view what’s going on here and in some other cases. Enjoy! ] No researchers in this field have ever, to our knowledge, “grafted the thermometer record onto” any reconstruction. It is somewhat disappointing to find this specious claim (which we usually find originating from industry-funded climate disinformation […]
There has been much publicity about Michael Mann’s claims to have been awarded a share of the Nobel Peace Prize. Somewhat overlooked in the excitement about “Nobel” Mann were the accomplishments of “Olympic Mann” at multiple Olympics, celebrated in Josh’s cartoon at left showing “Olympic Mann” in an iconic pose. In Mann’s lawsuit against National […]
One of Josh’s finest graphic flourishes: (h/t Bishop Hill and WUWT)
Bishop Hill has cheered up readers with Josh’s cartoons. Josh has started a blog as an album of his climate cartoons here. Here is his most recent entitled The Three Stooges – two lords and an aspiring lord (now merely a sir) – Muir Russell, Oxburgh and Acton.
Arrived back in Canada last evening after a very stimulating and interesting trip to England – two speeches, lots of questions and interviews.
Bishop Hill has a cohort, Josh, that has turned Climategate and the blogospheric response into a running series of cartoons. During his blogging sabbatical while he turned his attention to mining (not the data kind), I think Steve missed this one, so I’ll present it here. Some others of interest are: