Remember EG Beck’s dodgy CO2 graph?
You really didn’t have to know anything at all about the history and practice of measuring CO2 to deduce that something was wrong with Beck’s theory that there were wild fluctuations in CO2 concentration that suddenly ended when the most accurate measurements started. But Energy and Environment published his paper.
It is shocking that this paper has been able to pass the journal’s referee system. “Energy and Environment” apparently has been unable to organise a proper peer review process for this paper, thereby discrediting the journal.
Well, I think E&E was already discredited, but it sure would be interesting to see who they got to review it. Jaworowski, perhaps?
While Keeling asks:
Is it really the intent of E&E to provide a forum for laundering pseudo-science?
Yes. Yes it is.