I woke up this morning a bit late, turned on the radio, and the first thing I heard was an ABC journalist referring to the new Australian of the Year as a self-confessed “scientific numbskull”. I left the radio on just long enough to hear Simon … [Read more...] about CSIRO Boss: Self-confessed “Scientific Numbskull”
Archives for January 2011
Residents of my community on the Capricorn Coast in Central Queensland are being warned of two cyclones: Anthony may hit the coast to our north on Monday morning and a second forming near Fiji is scheduled for later in the week. The wind has been … [Read more...] about More Rain
COGNITIVE science is about the action and process of knowing, that is about intelligence and rational and non-rational intellectual processes. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky is a professor of Psychology specialising in cognitive process. He thinks the … [Read more...] about David Stockwell and Anthony Cox reply to Lewandowsky and His Lies, Dam Lies and Statistics
PROFESSOR Stewart Franks, a hydrologist at NSW's University of Newcastle, warned in a peer-reviewed scientific article published in 2006 that the risk of serious flooding in southern Queensland and NSW increases significantly when a negative phase of … [Read more...] about Time to Listen to Stewart Franks?
Today, January 26, is that day of the year when Australia’s have another holiday and are encouraged to get together with their mates for a beer or wine and to feel good about being Australian. It is also the day when the ruling elite thrust somebody … [Read more...] about 2011 Australian of the Year: Carbon Dioxide Caused Wind to Evaporate
Climategate was the scandal that erupted in the lead-up to Copenhagen resulting from the release of over one thousand emails detailing correspondence between leading climate scientists exposing conspiracy and collusion including how to stack review … [Read more...] about Another Report into Climategate