Author Archives: John A

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ClimateAudit updated

I’ve just upgraded the WordPress software to the latest version (2.12), so I’d appreciate any feedback as to anything wrong/missing/not working. I’ve decided to update the software fairly regularly, but not be right on the bleeding edge. We were on version for a long time but useful plug-ins for WordPress 2 wouldn’t work, and […]

Lovelock and the Revenge of Gaia

From Webster’s dictionary Totem n 1. a natural object or an animate being, as an animal or bird, assumed as the emblem of a clan, family, or group. 2. an object or natural phenomenon with which a family or sib considers itself closely related. 3. a representation of such an object serving as the distinctive […]

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Wegman's replies to Stupak

I know this is well after the event, but Dr Wegman’s extensive and detailed responses to Rep Stupak‘s written questions are interesting reading. I’m not aware that Steve linked to this document before. Beware though: the file is 10MB in size, so I’d recommend a right click followed by “Save Target as” – otherwise your […]

Theme Update in Progress

Just a quick note to all viewers/commenters/lurkers⟴hat I will be working on the WordPress theme for this blog in order to try to fix several things that got broken when I upgraded the WordPress software to 2.1. Because its a theme, no comments will be lost, nor posts deleted because I’m not affecting the database […]

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Lawrence Solomon series in National Post

The following are links to a recent series by Lawrence Solomon in Canada’s National Post: The series Statistics needed — The Deniers Part I Warming is real — and has benefits — The Deniers Part II The hurricane expert who stood up to UN junk science — The Deniers Part III Polar scientists on thin […]

Welcome back

Sorry about the outage but the VPS just became so unstable that it was unusable, and Steve was spending too much time fretting over the server rather than doing his analysis of climate science. There are various things in the background which need to be setup, but hopefully all commenters can carry on commenting. By […]