SkS Weekly Digest #23
Posted on 7 November 2011 by John Hartz
The findings of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature study (BEST) coninued to be the primary topic of discussion on SkS with the publication of seven articles referencing the study:
- Sorting out Settled Science from Remaining Uncertainties
- Baked Curry: The BEST Way to Hide the Incline
- Fred Singer Denies Global Warming
- Watts, Surface Stations and BEST
- Going Down the Up Escalator, Part 1
- Eschenbach and McIntyre - Seeing the BEST part of the Satellite Temperature Record?
- Eschenbach and McIntyre's BEST Shot at the Surface Temperature Record
Toon of the Week
The Week in Review
Here's a list of aticles posted on SkS during the past week.
Sober up: world running out of time to keep planet from over-heating by Jeremy Nance (Guest post)
Eschenbach and McIntyre's BEST Shot at the Surface Temperature Record by Dana, Rob Honeycutt, Kevin C, & Glenn Tamblyn
Watts, Surface Stations and BEST by Logicman
Fred Singer Denies Global Warming by Riccardo
Here's a list of articles that are in the SkS pipeline. Most, but not necessarily all, will be posted during the week.
- Going Down the Up Escalator, Part 2 (Dana)
- Is there a case against human caused global warming in the peer-reviewed literature? Part 2 (Jim Powell)
- CO2 Problems: Parallel concerns breed parallel denial (chuckbot)
- Extreme Events to Increase with Global Warming (Rob P)
- Plimer vs Plimer: a one man contradiction (John Cook)
SkS in the News
Dana's Going Down the Up Escalator, Part 1 and its graphic illustrating the difference between the ways climate "skeptics" and realists view global warming has drawn a lot of attention:
- Re-posted by Climate Progress
- Tweeted by Michael Mann and Joe Romm
- Linked by Andrew Revkin on his Facebook page
- Re-posted by Daily Kos
- To be re-posted by TreeHugger tomorrow
“Baked Curry: The BEST Way to Hide the Incline” is incorporated into “Curry Lost in Denial (& Global Warming Still = More Snow)” posted on PlanetSave.
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