Category Archives: Sociology of science

Skin in the game

by Judith Curry

Some reflections on my transition from academic climate research to private sector weather forecasting and regional climate change assessments.

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JC in transition

by Judith Curry

Effective January 1, I have resigned my tenured faculty position at Georgia Tech.

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The latest climate ‘conspiracy theory’

by Judith Curry

Guess who the new climate ‘conspiracy theorists’ are?

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Shifting sands of the climate debate

by Judith Curry

Insiders are out; and outsiders are becoming the insiders.

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Climate Heretic: to be or not to be?

by Judith Curry

On experts, lukewarmers, and unhappy heretics.

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‘Truthiness’ and ‘factiness’ in politicized scientific debates

by Judith Curry

The trappings of science can be decoupled from the actual rigor of science.

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Perversions of open-minded thinking on climate change

by Kip Hansen

Climate skepticism: a ‘perverse’ effect of ‘actively open-minded thinking’.

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