ON 10th September 2014, the Sydney Morning Herald published an article suggesting that I was an amateur, hostile to climate science and in denial. When I attempted to respond by way of an opinion piece, I was told there was no space. That I would not … [Read more...] about Sydney Morning Herald not balanced, not fair, not factual
The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education. Who said that? What does it mean? Of course, for the educated climate scientist this chart that shows the mean annual maximum temperatures for Bathurst gaol and Bourke post office … [Read more...] about Absolutely Politically Incorrect: Maximum Temperatures at Bourke and Bathurst
THE Bureau of Meteorology has spent several weeks looking for documentation to support its recent claim that, contrary to what is written in its published station catalogue, the weather station at Rutherglen was once moved. The Bureau hasn’t been … [Read more...] about Who’s going to be sacked for making-up global warming at Rutherglen? Part 2.
WINSTON Churchill famously said that, democracy is the worst form of government except for all the others. Indeed when everyone has the opportunity to have a say it can be difficult to keep everyone marching together in the same direction, at the … [Read more...] about Homogenisation of Williamtown temperatures, draws attention to hot Newcastle in 1878
THE Australian Bureau of Meteorology now acknowledge that they change the temperatures at most, if not all, the weather stations that make-up the official station network from which national temperature trends are calculated. Indeed, earlier in the … [Read more...] about Bureau Caught in Own Tangled Web of Homogenisation
OLD newspapers hold a lot of information, some of it very valuable. I’m not only referring to last week’s The Land, but clippings that date back to editions published one hundred or more years ago. For example, in the Sydney Morning Herald on … [Read more...] about Newspapers as the guardians of hot history