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SkS Resources - Easy to remember Short URLs

Posted on 9 August 2017 by BaerbelW

Many of you will - hopefully! - be aware of the short URLs included on the Fixed-number list which lead to our rebuttals. They all have the format of "http://sks.to/" + [key word]. So, if you know that the key word for the rebuttal to "It's the sun" is "sun", you can build the link quickly by combining our short link and the key word to http://sks.to/sun. These short URLs come in handy on social media but also in comments sections and the full list is also available in a handy chart:

MythBingo

Myth-Rebuttal Chart - aka "Myth Bingo" - created by jg

What you may not yet know is that we also have short URLs for many other targets, be it for some of our own blog posts, some graphics or papers. This article will be used to list some of those URLs we keep using ourselves frequently. Please feel free to use them as well!

List of short URLs

Target
Short URLComment

Cook et al. 2013

http://sks.to/tcppaper Our consensus study published in 2013

FAQs about Cook et al. 2013

http://sks.to/tcpfaq Frequently asked questions about our consensus study

Cook et al. 2016

http://sks.to/coc Our consensus on consensus study published in 2016

The Debunking Handbook

http://sks.to/debunk Download the Debunking Handbook in any of the available languages

Denial101x - Making sense of climate science denial

http://sks.to/denial101x Our MOOC hosted on edX

Denial101x - Videos

http://sks.to/denial101xvideos List of Denial101x videos

Denial101x - References

http://sks.to/denial101xrefs List of Denial101x references

Denial101x - Temperature Tool

http://sks.to/temptool Kevin Cowtan's temperature tool created for Denial101x

Evidence squared podcast

http://sks.to/e2 Podcast by John Cook and Peter Jacobs

Fact-Myth-Fallacy + Video from Denial101x

http://sks.to/fmf New cheat-sheet for Denial101x - lists videos with a simple fact/myth/fallacy table 

History of Climate Science

http://sks.to/history John Mason's article with jg's neat graphics explaining the long history of climate science

Newcomers start here

http://sks.to/welcome Our Welcome page

97 hours of consensus

http://sks.to/97 Landing page for the 97 hours of consensus project

Public talks

http://sks.to/talks Public talks and presentations to watch and download

Why claiming that climate scientists are in it for the money is absurd 

http://sks.to/absurd Richard Alley, Katharine Hayhoe explain just that 

If any of the pages you regularly link to don't show up in the table yet, please let us know in the comments. The URL may already exist and just not be listed or it can be made available fairly quickly. 

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