Jo Cuts & Pastes to Cause Doubt

Joanne Nova has been unable to produce research of her own since joining the circus, but that doesn’t stop her from cutting and pasting other peoples work, and then drawing her own conclusion. This time Nova hasn’t even bothered to credit the original authors or provide a link to their work.

Sheesh.

Not much to report other than Nova claims the climate models don’t properly account for these things, but given that the authors themselves state that this is only affecting climate variability rather than long term trends, climate modellers could be forgiven for focussing on climate change rather than weather.

Jo confuses weather and climate once again.

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One Response to “Jo Cuts & Pastes to Cause Doubt”

  1. WheresWallace Says:

    Jo had a technical glitch apparently.

    http://joannenova.com.au/2013/10/paper-suggests-solar-magnetic-influence-on-earths-atmospheric-pressure/#comment-1325950

    It still doesn’t explain why she mistakes weather for climate.

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