NC Media Watch

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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Is RealClimate.org an honest information source?

In our on going debate about global warming and the impact California's greenhouse gas regulations will have on the citizens of Nevada County, several commenter have sited authorities on RealClimate.org. Now we find out that RealClimate.org will only post one sided information. Apparently in violation of their own posting policies.

Steve McIntyre at Climate Audit wrote:
I attempted to post the enclosed post at realclimate yesterday, which was rejected. The post was to a topic, where McKitrick and I were directly criticized, and limited to scientific matters.
It appears those criticized on RealClimate.org are not allowed to respond. Is this fair? Is this good science debate? Full details here.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Frederic Christie said...

Russ:

This is ridiculous. Sites you commonly use, such as FrontPageMag, are not only infinitely more polemical, but allow infinitely less debate. RealClimate is a resource site, to the best of my knowledge. It is not a science journal.

Wed Nov 02, 09:58:00 PM PST  

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