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  • Mann and the Oxburgh Panel Tue, 18 Feb 14, 7:11am
    The Mann libel case has been attracting increasing commentary, including from people outside the climate community. Integral to Mann’s litigation are representations that he was “investigated” by 6-9 investigations,...
  • Despite having to sign an agreement with the UK Information Commissioners to obey the Freedom of Information legislation, the University of East Anglia is doing whatever it can to resist and avoid compliance...
  • New Info on the Oxburgh Panel Sun, 29 May 11, 12:55am
    Some interesting new information on the formation of the Oxburgh Panel has come as a result of Andrew Montford continuing to appeal and dig. See here and here. The formation of the Oxburgh Panel seems to have been a somewhat...
  • Bishop Hill reports that the UK government response to the SciTech Committee is now online here. The UK government submission “tricked” (TM- climate science) the SciTech Committee with untrue and/or deceptive...
  • Please read the preceding post on Yamal background before today’s post discussing the handling of Yamal/Polar Urals by the Oxburgh “Inquiry”...
  • Graham Stringer Speaks Out Tue, 15 Mar 11, 1:31am
    UK MP Graham Stringer has a strongly worded Op Ed here. (h/t Bishop Hill) Stringer, who is on the UK Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee, described the Oxburgh “inquiry” as follows: The Vice Chancellor...
  • Who Chose the Eleven? An Answer Fri, 17 Sep 10, 1:24am
    The Oxburgh Report stated: The eleven representative publications that the Panel considered in detail are listed in Appendix B. The papers cover a period of more than twenty years and were selected on the advice of the Royal...
  • Climategate Inquiries Wed, 15 Sep 10, 12:24am
    Andrew Montford’s review of the Climategate Inquiries is released today and is online here. Ross McKitrick’s is online here.
  • Who Recommended Oxburgh? Mon, 13 Sep 10, 1:32am
    Who recommended Oxburgh to chair the Science Appraisal Panel? Who indeed? In their press statement announcing the “Science” Appraisal Panel, the University of East Anglia stated: His [Oxburgh's] appointment has...
  • More Oxburgh Misrepresentations Sat, 11 Sep 10, 12:32am
    Almost none of Oxburgh’s testimony to the Science and technology Committee can be taken at face value. Even on something as simple as climate background of Lisa Graumlich and Kerry Emanuel, Oxburgh’s statements...
  • Who Made the List? Fri, 10 Sep 10, 5:52am
    The Oxburgh report stated that the eleven papers listed in their bibliography had been “selected on the advice of the Royal Society”. This assertion was immediately criticized at Andrew Montford’s and here....
  • New Light on Acton’s Trick Fri, 10 Sep 10, 1:39am
    The Guardian’s story on Oxburgh’s testimony (James Randerson here) is headlined: Oxburgh: UEA vice-chancellor was wrong to tell MPs he would investigate climate research and sub-headlined: Edward Acton gave ‘inaccurate’...
  • In response to a question asking Oxburgh about criticisms that the report – all five of pages of it – appeared “rushed and superficial”, Oxburgh described how the panel had patiently stayed in Norwich...
  • Notice of the Oxburgh hearing is here at 10.30 am UK time ( 5.30 am Eastern). The Science and Technology Committee will hold an oral evidence session following-up to the previous committee’s report on the disclosure of...
  • Cartoons by Josh: The Three Stooges Sun, 18 Jul 10, 11:59pm
    Bishop Hill has cheered up readers with Josh’s cartoons. Josh has started a blog as an album of his climate cartoons here. Here is his most recent entitled The Three Stooges – two lords and an aspiring lord (now...
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