by Judith Curry
A few things that caught my eye this past week.
I am in the throes of finishing up my presentation for the APS meeting next week, so this post is brief; linky rather than thinky.
WSJ has an article Personal Score Settling is the New Climate Agenda.
John Holdren’s recent Congressional testimony attacks Pielke Jr’s views on extreme weather; Pielke Jr responds.
Jim Hansens climate science and advocacy project [link]
Via email from MasterResource:
James Hansen is doing some excellent energy analysis and is calling out those who see politically correct renewables as the savior (versus his preferred nuclear). Hansen is right …. Dilute wind and solar can’t do much ….
I summarize his opinion piece, “Renewable Energy, Nuclear Power and Galileo: Do Scientists Have a Duty to Expose Popular Misconceptions?” with these two posts at MasterResource:
“Energy Realism Amid Climate Alarmism: James Hansen Rides Again’ (February 25, 2014)
“Is the Environmental Movement Net CO2 Positive? (James Hansen wants to know)” (February 24, 2014)
Mike Haseler’s survey of skeptics
JoNova reports on Mike Haseler’s recent survey of skeptics; some interesting results
The soap opera
Clippings that relate to Michael Mann’s lawsuits:
http://www.steynonline.com/6129/any-way-you-slice-it if it is a sin to doubt, then there is no science.