Archives for June, 2007

The Institute of Physics are holding a meeting on Climate change prediction:a robust or flawed process? Why IOP? Who knows, probably a hotbed of skeptics. Though the RMS is advertising it too. That page doesn’t list the speakeres; this does: Lindzen and Thorpe. Oh dear, the traditional adversarial stuff. Rumour (thanks N) says that Piers…

Yes, its cr*p

The logo for the London Olympics, that is. Or maybe “the powerful, modern emblem symbolises the dynamic Olympic spirit and its inspirational ability to reach out to people all over the world”.

Climate feedback

After a shaky start, Nature’s Climate Feedback is staging a renaissance, with two interesting posts by Kevin Trenberth. The first, Predictions of Climate should provide some good quote mining for the septics (none of the climate states in the models correspond even remotely to the current observed climate, anyone?) and some hope for the climate…

It is important that the 2007 G8 Summit is addressing the linked issues of energy security and climate change. These are defining issues of our time, and bring together the themes of growth and responsibility in a way that highlights our duties to future generations. In 2005, the Academies issued a statement emphasising that climate…

The anonymice agan

Apologies in advance for this post… latest news story is Four charged over ‘plan to blow-up JFK’. Which is only funny because of US Attorney Roslynn Mauskopf. How can you be called mouse head? I’m allowed one of these each year.