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Andrew Bolt claims: In fact, the seas have not risen for nearly four years

Andrew Bolt claims that “new research” “once more shows Al Gore faked his findings in An Inconvenient Truth”. He offers his own translation of something which he attributes to “Elsevier”: (Yes, the company that publishes The Lancet.) Frormer [sic] American vice president and Nobel Prize winner Gore has for years used the melting snow on…

A birthday card for Andrew Bolt

Ove Hoegh-Guldberg sends birthday greetings to Andrew Bolt. If you don’t know why there are seven graphs, see here.

Whoosh!

That’s the sound Ben McNeil’s point makes as it sails way over Andrew Bolt’s head.

Andrew Bolt: clueless and dishonest

Andrew Bolt, angered because I observed that he doesn’t understand basic statistics, proceeds to prove my point, by referring to my bog standard Least Squares trend line as a graph of temperatures over just the past nine months, with a line drawn kind-of through them: So Bolt’s been pontificating about temperature trends for years now,…

Department of not making corrections

On July 16, Andrew Bolt gave us this: What consensus? The American Physical Society reports: There is a considerable presence within the scientific community of people who do not agree with the IPCC conclusion that anthropogenic CO2 emissions are very probably likely to be primarily responsible for the global warming that has occurred since the…

Back in January, Steve McIntyre used some erroneous data of satellite-measured temperatures from RSS to argue that Hansen’s 1988 temperature projections were too high. A week later he posted a corrected graph, blaming RSS for not making the error clear: The fact that users are “falling into the RSS error trap” is one more good…

Andrew Bolt goes quote mining

In his latest column, which is about polar bears or something, Andrew Bolt quote mines the NSIDC: And ssshhh. Don’t mention that the US National Snow and Ice Data Centre says the extent of Arctic ice is in fact “greater than this time last year”. That quote was brutally ripped from its context on this…

Nexus 6 catches Andrew Bolt telling his readers about the latest crime of the evil climate scientists. From 1997. Bolt said: (Thanks to reader Michael.) Well done, reader Michael!

Bolt Train Wreck

You want to look away as this Andrew Bolt post comes off the rails, crashes and burns, but you can’t. In his column, Alan Ramsey had quoted Tim Flannery: “What we’ve seen in the Arctic over the last two years has been such breathtaking change that you have to worry about stability for sea levels…