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Irregular Climate podcast: episode 6

Posted on 4 July 2010 by John Cook

The Irregular Climate podcast has posted Episode 6. This week: money minds its own business, Oh No! It’s Monckton again!, Where do the deniers keep their skepticism?, My blacklist is longer than yours, Godwin’s law, Blacklist paper wrap up, The word is authority, but who has it (and where did they get it?) and the skeptic debunk of the week (I hit the CO2 lag, shamelessly cribbing text from A Scientific Guide to the 'Skeptics Handbook').

Other developments at Irregular Climate: Graham Wayne has blogged an introduction to himself. I didn't realise Graham had produced the podcast's music. Handy guy to have around!

Lastly, another great resource on Irregular Climate is the new Show Notes. They've recently posted the Show Notes for last week's Episode 5. It's useful having all their topics in writing and more importantly, plenty of links to source material.

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  1. Thank you for the many plugs you have given. They are all very much appreciated
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