Where's Waldo? #3

If you google "moberg climate" under News, you get the Nature announcement – but look at the announcement and the avatar:

 MBH Thumbnail Past climate comes into focus but warm forecast stays put Nature.com, UK – 4 hours ago – Fluctuations in global temperature during the past millennium may have been larger and more frequent than previously thought, says a fresh analysis of …

Pretty cheeky to use the MBH graphic for Moberg’s results.


  1. John A.
    Posted Feb 9, 2005 at 5:09 PM | Permalink

    But as you know, Steve, the “Mann Hockey Stick” isn’t that important… 😉

  2. per
    Posted Feb 10, 2005 at 7:25 PM | Permalink

    It was quite an interesting news and views. It clearly raised the possibility that MBH’98 is busted, albeit in tactful terms, and you could just hear the sound of people taking one step back from supporting MBH in the various comments. The whole tenor of the argument is now much more circumspect.

  3. Robert David Xavier Mcnulty
    Posted Feb 13, 2005 at 8:37 PM | Permalink

    I’d suggest the collective intelligence of geophysics and meteorology is missing the mark completely in advising the scientific body of the Kyoto Accord that global warming is in any way affected by burning of fossil fuel. A simple reading of a book on the market in 1990 titled Trashing The Planet”, written by Dixy Lee Ray & Lou Guzzo might give the alarmists a better insight as regards the situation (especially pges. 57 to 61, specifying the effects of volcanoes). I’d like to see our supposed collective govts. try to enforce a “stop polluting ” order in their regard.

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