....or the cutting and pasting unverifiable theories for fun and profit

Documenting climatology's fascination with regurgitation. Here is a popular example to get you started: Luterbacher and Jones borrow their text from the Mann.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Another Bradley Coincidence?


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The following Bradley et al paper, from 2007, seems to have picked up on a form of words used by Easterling in 2000.

Easterling, 2000 http://www.biosci.utexas.edu/ib/faculty/parmesan/classes/Eastl_Ntr_00.pdf

Bradley, 2007 http://www.geo.umass.edu/faculty/bradley/griffiths2007.pdf

Easterling: "One of the major concerns with a potential change in climate is that an increase ... would have profound impacts on both human society and the natural environment. ... of longer term trends related to anthropogenic-induced climate change"

Bradley: "One of the major concerns related to anthropogenic climate change is an increase in extreme events that could have a profound impact on both human society and the natural environment."

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