How many eco-frauds can dance on a pin?

James Lewis
 How many climate modelers can dance on the head of a pin?

As many as the Earth Goddess Gaia will permit, if you're a True Believer. The eye of faith beholdeth miracles.

The latest "scientific proof" of climastrology just blew up, after only a week of mendacious, worldwide propaganda. (Again!)

The world can thank Prof. Judith Curry of Georgia Tech for tossing a Molotov Cocktail into

"...the scientific study that ended the global warming debate once and for all - the research that, in the words of its director, 'proved you should not be a sceptic, at least not any longer'."

The Mail on Sunday (UK) did its basic journalistic duty by telephoning Professor Judith Curry, the coauthor on the study, to ask her if she agreed with the headlines around the world.

"Published last week ahead of a major United Nations climate summit in Durban, South Africa, next month, their work was cited around the world as irrefutable evidence that only the most stringent measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions can save civilisation as we know it."

And ... guess what?

"... today The Mail on Sunday can reveal that a leading member of Prof Muller's team has accused him of  trying to mislead the public by hiding the fact that BEST's research shows global warming has stopped. ...

Prof Judith Curry, who chairs the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at America's prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology, said that Prof Muller's claim that he has proven global warming sceptics wrong was also a 'huge mistake', with no  scientific basis.

Prof Curry is a distinguished climate researcher with more than 30 years experience and the second named co-author of the BEST project's four research papers.

Her comments, in an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, seem certain to ignite a furious academic row. She said this affair had to be compared to the notorious 'Climategate' scandal two years ago."

Somebody's been doing journalism!

So here's a question for you.

What do the 99 percent kids on Wall Street have in common with climate modelers?

Neither of them can count. 

 How many climate modelers can dance on the head of a pin?

As many as the Earth Goddess Gaia will permit, if you're a True Believer. The eye of faith beholdeth miracles.

The latest "scientific proof" of climastrology just blew up, after only a week of mendacious, worldwide propaganda. (Again!)

The world can thank Prof. Judith Curry of Georgia Tech for tossing a Molotov Cocktail into

"...the scientific study that ended the global warming debate once and for all - the research that, in the words of its director, 'proved you should not be a sceptic, at least not any longer'."

The Mail on Sunday (UK) did its basic journalistic duty by telephoning Professor Judith Curry, the coauthor on the study, to ask her if she agreed with the headlines around the world.

"Published last week ahead of a major United Nations climate summit in Durban, South Africa, next month, their work was cited around the world as irrefutable evidence that only the most stringent measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions can save civilisation as we know it."

And ... guess what?

"... today The Mail on Sunday can reveal that a leading member of Prof Muller's team has accused him of  trying to mislead the public by hiding the fact that BEST's research shows global warming has stopped. ...

Prof Judith Curry, who chairs the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at America's prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology, said that Prof Muller's claim that he has proven global warming sceptics wrong was also a 'huge mistake', with no  scientific basis.

Prof Curry is a distinguished climate researcher with more than 30 years experience and the second named co-author of the BEST project's four research papers.

Her comments, in an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, seem certain to ignite a furious academic row. She said this affair had to be compared to the notorious 'Climategate' scandal two years ago."

Somebody's been doing journalism!

So here's a question for you.

What do the 99 percent kids on Wall Street have in common with climate modelers?

Neither of them can count.