Glacier-gate – the current feeding frenzy for climate change deniers brought back memories.
Any publishing scientist will have experienced the problem of errors getting through the review and checking process. Of course you notice them immediately when you proudly read through you masterpiece in the print journal.
However, I burst out laughing when I read this post by a local blogger – IPCC: Earning the award for greatest number of errors per page. Because I was convinced I won that award years ago!
One of my old papers has far more errors than the IPCC reports. These were all misspellings of my own name in the reference list.
Bloody spell checkers!
Posted in Environment and Ecology, science, Science and Society
Tagged Christopher Booker, Christopher Monckton 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, climate change, climategate, deniergate, Environment, George Monbiot, glaciergate, global warming, Guardian, Kendal Mint Cake
What’s good for the for the goose is good for the gander. Right?
Well, we have local climate change critics charging our NIWA scientists with fraudulent manipulation of temperature data. They question the scientists’ presentation of the temperature changes over time in New Zealand. They even demand the right to scrutinise minute details of this science.
So let’s be fair and demand the same transparency from these critics. I have asked them some specific questions and the answers I got show it is the critics’ “science” which is faulty. Some might even say fraudulent. The critics’ analysis of New Zealand temperature data was unscientific. And their “research paper” criticising NIWA scientists was not even checked by a scientifically competent reviewer who would have picked up their mistakes.
Posted in belief, Environment and Ecology, New Zealand, science
Tagged Add new tag, climate change, climategate, Data, deniergate, Environment, global warming, New Zealand, Public records