|2010-09-03 11:08:34||Pithy blog content|
The original paper: M. Ogi, K. Yamazaki, and J.M. Wallace, 2010: Influence of winter and summer surface wind anomalies on summer Arctic sea ice extent. Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L07701. (No. 13 as listed here).
Via Michael Tobis in a post appropriately titled "Broken Telephone."
I know I should get "angry" at that, but I can't help but giggle - in a very manly way, of course.
It kind of reminds me of Stephen Schneider's anecdote (from here I think: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXaruC4vJCU) about how a paper he wrote on the prediction that another ice age would come our way did the rounds in the media, and at some point someone left out the paragraph that said "in about 20000 years". Oops.
|2010-09-03 12:38:15||par for the course|
Indeed, gross misrepresentations of climate science papers has become par for the course for the Telegraph, Daily Mail, and of course Fox News.|