There is the usual irony. WUWT, a blog that specialises in climate disinformation, had an article about accuracy and trust in science (archived here). On the same day, it published yet another grossly inaccurate article by Albert Parker aka Alberto Boretti about sea level (archived here). And it also had an article by Anthony Watts (archived here) about a dip in total solar irradiance - of around 1 W/m2, out of 1360 W/m2 - with Anthony writing: "If nothing else, this demonstrates that sunspots can have quite a large, if only temporary, forcing on TSI and Earth’s received energy budget." Yeah, right. A huge temporary forcing, isn't it. About 0.074% large!
Jim Steele has been busy misrepresenting Kevin Trenberth (archived here), who has taken over as his new target after he's run out of equally wrong things to complain about Professor Camille Parmesan. While Anthony Watts, who would never have heard about photosynthesis except for the scientists whose work he rejects, is writing wrong headlines about the impact of CO2 on crops as the world warms (archived here). That's a good topic for another article, but it will have to wait.
Oh, and I nearly forgot to mention, Chris Horner of CEI has taken more time off his endless pawing through FOI'd emails from other people to moan about the fact that there's a subpoena out for documents from CEI itself. I think someone was also complaining about the government consulting with environmental groups instead of with ALEC (or CEI), which usually run the show.
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