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The climate sceptic blogosphere is becoming crowded

The climate sceptic blogosphere is becoming crowded to the point that it’s difficult to keep up. Several of us (all British or UK based so far), are getting weary of the effort of grinding out several articles a month simply in order to remain visible. It’s not that we haven’t got something to say – rather that we’d like to take the time to say it as audibly and as clearly as possible.

Our thinking in launching this new blog (called – very originally – Climate Scepticism) is that a joint site, with more frequent and more varied articles, would be more visible and possibly more useful. We don’t aim to compete with Bishop Hill or WattsUpWithThat on the news-gathering front, but to assemble a number of disparate voices in a joint venture. There’s no “party line” or rulebook, and certainly no 97% consensus about anything.

So far we are:

Geoff Chambers – geoffchambers.wordpress.com
Alex Cull – alexjc38.wordpress.com & sites.google.com/site/mytranscriptbox
Richard Drake – rdrake98.github.io
Tom Fuller – 3000quads.com
Jaime Jessop – climatecontrarian.wordpress.com
Brad Keyes – climatenuremberg.com
Paul Matthews – ipccreport.wordpress.com
Ben Pile  – climate-resistance.org
John Ridgway
John Shade – climatelessons.blogspot.com
Danny Weston
Ian Woolley – livefromgolgafrincham.org

You can follow us on twitter at @cliscep

If you’re interested in joining us, for example by contributing an article, drop us a line here. In the immortal words of Professor Phil Jones: “The internet has allowed all these people to find one another – unfortunately”

[The image shown here and on our masthead is of the Greek philosopher Pyrrho, founder of philosophical scepticism. Hover over the image for an explanation of the Latin and German text.]




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