When Scientific Evidence is Ambiguous, Private Philosophies Matter
Some discoveries are easy to measure and easy to verify. But much of science is about groping in the dark.
Crucial Climate Verdict, Naked Conflict-of-Interest
IPCC scientists routinely evaluate their own work. What could possibly go wrong?
Conflict-of-Interest in the IPCC’s New Chapter 7
As a journal guest editor, IPCC lead author Andrew Challinor approved the publication of 9 research papers that are now being cited as evidence in his IPCC chapter.
Naming Names: Marine Experts Tainted by Activist Cash
The list of people who’ve accepted $150,000 from an advocacy organization is a long one. There are lots of PhDs here, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with full-blown political activists.