NYT Flip Flop Doublethink Stories

Tony Heller does a number on the New York Times and how they can’t tell the same story the same way twice. Constantly having conflicting positions, even in two paragraphs of one story.

More snow from Global Warming, less snow from Global Warming, more heat and colder too…

https://realclimatescience.com/2019/10/new-video-climate-doublethink-at-the-new-york-times/

Nice graphs in the video along with NYT conflicting articles / quotes.

We all know about this already, but it is nice to see it compiled in one show.

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A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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4 Responses to NYT Flip Flop Doublethink Stories

  1. tom0mason says:

    Fine video. Now lets just watch the clock …
    https://www.extinctionclock.org/

  2. E.M.Smith says:

    @Tom0Mason:

    Oh, that’s a good one! I like the way it showcases the many many years we were supposedly already extinct ;-)

  3. philjourdan says:

    I bet he is glad to be back in Colorado. I use to read him all the time but fell out of it when he changed sites and I no longer got his feeds.

  4. Pouncer says:

    Tony uses the word “cyclical” often. I don’t see sinusoids — just ups and downs at various intervals. He uses, once, the term “incoherent mess”. I think that latter term could be equally well applied where he tends to use “cyclical” with no loss of accuracy.

    I wonder what sorts of graphs show up if all the US data is pulled out and only rest-of-the-world stations with 100 year histories were similarly charted.

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