In a recent CNN interview discussed at RC here, Joe D’Aleo said: Those global data sets are contaminated by the fact that two-thirds of the globe’s stations dropped out in 1990. Most of them rural and they performed no urban adjustment. And, Lou, you know, and the people in your studio know that if they […]
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Over Christmas, I thought good thoughts. It is disappointing to be dragged back to reality by another stunt at realclimate. Pierrehumbert made a number of very strong allegations about the integrity of the Courtillot et al analysis, and, in particular, contested whether Courtillot had even used Phil Jones data in their analysis. Pierrehumbert said: there […]
An amusing farce with French protagonists is currently playing at realclimate here. The main protagonist is Raymond Pierrehumbert, the second line of whose CV proclaims that he is a Chevalier of some sort, a term which I will adopt in this post. He mocks another set of French authors, whom he labels as being Chevaliers […]
I attempted to post the enclosed post at realclimate yesterday, which was rejected. The post was to a topic, where McKitrick and I were directly criticized, and limited to scientific matters.