Climate science – poles apart

Most of our readers will be familiar with the ‘Climategate’ controversy, which erupted last November and continues to rage on the internet. Climategate is interesting for several reasons; it touches not only on matters of ecology and politics, but also philosophy of science (is peer-reviewed research necessarily objective? See this article for some interesting discussion: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704041504575045334195791838.html)

So why do we mention Climategate? Because we have discovered a link to a book on climate science which purports to be completely objective – examining the claims of sceptics and then measuring them against those of manmade warming believers. You can find out more about it here:


As far as sceptical websites go, this one appears to be the most comprehensive:


Judge for yourself who is right. We recommend these links for anyone who has time to wade through all the material (we certainly don’t!).

Good luck…


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