Started by PetterT, 21.08.2016, 20:57:07
QuoteIt is very likely that anthropogenic warming has been overestimated, since solar variability warming is not properly accounted for, according to paleoclimatic data presented here, due to a poor understanding of its mechanisms.
QuoteIf the predicted cooling does not eventuate then the notch-delay hypothesis is false.
QuoteA12: Yes! As studies have shown, anonymity in science is critical for the advancement of knowledge especially when new theoretical paradigms are being introduced. I also think that double-blind reviews should become standard practice at all scientific journals. Another change that should also be universally adopted, in my view, is to ban the current practice of rejecting manuscripts based on reviewersâ?? personal opinion about the importance or implications of reported results. If the analyses are done correctly and the stated conclusions are supported by numerical results, the manuscript should be accepted for publication. It should be left up to the broader readership to decide later on after the paper is published, what the importance or relevance of reported findings to the field is.
QuoteNed Nikolov says: September 25, 2016 at 6:19 pm I also would like to point out that the mainstream media is not unbiased when it comes to politically charged science areas such as climate. You can see this by comparing the answers I provided to the reporter with content of the article that the Washington Post published at:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/09/19/scientists-published-climate-research-under-fake-names-then-they-were-caught/A lot of information was omitted and the tone of the article failed to adequately represent the meaning and spirit of my statements â?¦