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Why Consensus Matters

The BBC’s most recent Horizon documentary saw Telegraph columnist and climate change sceptic James Delingpole questioning the role which consensus played in the arena of scientific debate. The 21st Floor tackles the confusion as to the nature of scientific consensus, on how it arises, and why it matters. Continue reading

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A Peerless View

The latest mewlings from the climate change “skeptics” include the charge that peer review is inherently flawed and a means of perpetuating academic censorship. Is there a case to answer? Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XXIX

The ever-wrong James Delingpole dons his first tin-foil hat as he suggests that global warming is a lie perpetrated by the New World Order to inconvenience him and his readers. Continue reading

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