US National Association of Scholars slams top climate scientists


Probably because the work of the world’s “top” climate scientists isn’t really that scholarly.

Climategate, both 1 and 2, are textbook cases of gross lapses in professional ethics and scientific malfeasance.  To understand why, one must first understand what science is and how it is supposed to operate. Science is the noble pursuit of knowledge through observation, testing and experimentation.  Scientists attempt to explain, describe and/or predict the implications of phenomena through the use of the scientific method.

Which brings us to Climategate.  Climategate parts one and two are a series of leaked e-mails from arguably the most prominent researchers promoting the idea that humans are causing catastrophic global warming. The e-mails show the scientists involved to be violating their professional ethics with the result that climate science in particular and science as an institution more generally is brought into question.

 

Read on.

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  1. Thanks; appreciated and linked.

    • No worries.

    • Winston Smith
    • December 16th, 2011

    There’s standing room only at the rails as the rats leave the sinking ship.
    But where was the US National Association of Scholars two years ago?

  2. Hi,
    Thought you may like to know that Anthony Watts has been appointed as 1 of the reviews for the IPCC.
    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2011/12/16/the-ipcc-gives-me-a-shock/

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