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Deniers at their worst best weirdest - Top 20 most popular HotWhopper articles

  1. Roy Spencer's latest deceit and deception (most popular article)
  2. The perversity of deniers - and the "pause" that never was with Tom Peterson 
  3. Vicious attacks on Michael Mann: More smears from Mark Steyn and Anthony Watts' lynch mob
  4. David Rose and his tabloid "reporting" of Arctic sea ice and other nonsense
  5. Watts is Whopping Mad (Crazy) after Marcott et al - Must be the Heat!
  6. Is climate disinformer Ross McKitrick dishonest or dumb?
  7. Some history that led to Judith Curry hunkering down in the NOAA conspiracy theorists' bunker
  8. Freed of any values, Judith Curry slithers and slides and hurtles into deniersville
  9. There's only a two year reprieve if the sun gets cold - though northern countries might feel it
  10. Deconstructing the 97% self-destructed Richard Tol
  11. Confessions of deniers at Judith Curry's
  12. A reality check of temperature for Wondering Willis Eschenbach
  13. What's that about 16 years? Since 1996, you say?
  14. Calling scientists frauds and fakers just pisses them off!
  15. Steve McIntyre's big blooper - mistaking water mass movement for water temperature!
  16. The Evolution of a 97% Conspiracy Theory - The Case of the Abstract IDs
  17. Denier Weirdness Plus: How stolen comments stoke a huge outbreak of paranoia at WUWT
  18. Paul Homewood and Christopher Booker are wrong about global surface temperatures 
  19. Paul Homewood builds a strawman at WUWT and sends it off to China
  20. Antarctic ice - growing or shrinking? NASA vs Princeton and Leeds etc

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