Monthly Archives: December 2009

The Precautionary Principle Run Amock

In the December 9th New York Times, columnist Tom Friedman tells his readers that the precautionary principle demands that the world take aggressive action to curb the risks of damaging climate change, even if the likelihood of it is only one … Continue reading

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Krugman: Badly Misinformed About Climate

Paul Krugman has again asserted his right to be wrong about climate change today in The New York Times. Here is my response to Mr. Krugman which I have also posted on the Times site: I wonder by what percentage … Continue reading

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Phil Jones offers myriad reasons for not sharing data

Three months before “stepping aside” from his position atop the most prestigious climate change institute in the world earlier this week, Phil Jones made a number of interesting comments. The first was this: “In the UK I am not considered … Continue reading

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Googlegate?

November 18, 2014 update: For my money, Google’s effort to make Climategate go away, as I document below, is as chilling as any other part of the story. If you missed it then, kick back and enjoy the story of … Continue reading

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