October 24, 2011

Hard Lessons For Scientists, Journalists

Hank Campbell, Science 2.0


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A new climate group sought to replicate findings from recent analyses - and did - and Richard Black at the BBC seeks to spin that as stating Phil Jones of East Anglia University needs an apology.

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TAGGED: Scientists, Global Warming, Science Journalism, Climate Change, Research Integrity, Scientific Research

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