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How to read a temperature chart

This is a basic "how to" read a global surface temperature anomaly chart.


John Cook in Bristol: Dogma vs Consensus

This is a compilation of selected slides from a talk John Cook (of and the University of Queensland) gave at the University of Bristol on 19 September 2014 (with permission). Click the square in the bottom right hand corner to view full screen. You can also download the presentation at

This is denialism...

Someone made a silly video splicing the surface temperature on the summit of an ice sheet in the middle of Greenland onto the average surface temperature of the entire planet, as if it made any sense. Their catch phrase was "this is denialism". It summed up denialism quite nicely. I modified it slightly to make the point more strongly.

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