'Finally, it is essential that intellectual integrity be restored to the scientific profession. Too much money has been devoted to funding global warming scientists, who have depended for their livelihood on a high level of public and political anxiety about global warming, and have hence tended to suppress the evidence against the popular hysteria. .... Enlightenment standards of scientific integrity have been subverted by government cash and media hysteria. For the sake of all our futures this must never be allowed to happen again.'
Martin Hutchinson, http://www.tbwns.com/2015/07/20/the-bears-lair-global-warming-hysteria-one-huge-ghastly-mistake/

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Links to useful resources on the Internet

I am looking for ways to share web links to useful resources, and am currently trying Diigo for this.

I want to make available to others, the set of links which I am building up, and which I find useful for insight into climate materials, and also for finding rebuttals of climate alarmism. I anticipate that something like this should provide help for anyone encountering poor teaching materials, and looking for ammunition to help get them improved.

It is not clear to me how best to share the links yet. Suggestions would be most welcome.

In the meantime, here is a .csv file containing 127 links, searchable using the column entitled 'Tags'. It opens easily using Excel: http://rapidshare.com/files/397131228/ClimateLessonsLinks2010_06_09.csv

5 comments:

Bishop Hill said...

I use delicious. You can tag links and publish them as a feed. Mine here

http://delicious.com/BishopHill

Anonymous said...

No suggestion for sharing but here is another link from the Financial Post (a sub section of the printed Canadian National Post newspaper www.nationalpost.com)

http://www.financialpost.com/opinion/story.html?id=3061031

IanB

TonyN said...

JS

Welcome to the blogosphere! It's great that you intend to focus on an important topic that has long needed investigation and exposure.

I think that I may have some links that could be useful if you haven't seen them already, so I'll try to dig them out.

Best wishes for the success of Climate Lessons.

TonyN, Harmless Sky

JS said...

Thank you for these comments.
Re Delicious. It does look better than Diigo - I don't think it allows direct sharing of my set of references. I'll stick with it a bit longer until I find out more about its limitations/options.
Re Canadian Post link. I've added that to my set. A brief, well-written overview.
And finally, appreciate your good wishes TonyN. I have often visited your site and been impressed.

JS said...

Delicious now up and running. See 'My Delicious Bookmarks' at the bottom right of the homepahe.