Archives for November, 2006

So says… yes you guessed, its the Guardian again. My first thought was, oh how typical, not “because its right”, but for electoral reasons. But thats probably wrong thinking: if the grass roots are pushing for it, then splendid. However… the details are poor (there is a little bit more here. The bill will set…

Nude Scientist (thanks Eli) has a feature on wot bits of AR4 will be controversial. Which I think is a bit premature and maybe a bit silly too, but I guess they have to write something in the absence of a quotable draft. Anyway, the bit that stuck out to me was: Michaels has analysed…

Todays grauniad has a piece by Monckton, “This wasn’t gibberish. I got my facts right on global warming”. Its in the “response” column, where people get a chance to reply. Sadly its all more gibberish. But also somewhat sadly the piece it responds to by Monbiot also contains some mistakes, and is itself a reaction…

JA wigs me on having said Stern appears to have got one thing right… he has taken the IPCC view as standard, slightly updated. That was pre-report, based on a quick flip through the consultation paper. But on closer inspection I now see that he is touting the CP.net stuff even there… although far more…