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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Give me any journal that peer-reviews and I will tell you who on their staff conducts them.

    On climate change that is, they have different reviewers for different subjects, some editors do multiple subjects though.
    Nature Climate Change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Because peer-reviews are biased.

    At least on this subject.
    When I show them peer review is flawed they try to justify peer review. Just shows their double standard and hypocrisy

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    No. You have talked about this but have displayed no evidence or even data tending to imply that.
    Try reading the OP

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    Nature Climate Change.
    Their in-house editorial staff conducts all peer-reviews for climate science papers.

    Like Nature's other research journals, Nature Climate Change has a team of full-time professional editors, who are PhD-level scientists. All final editorial decisions are made by the journal's editors.
    The four editors are:

    Chief Editor:
    Bronwyn Wake
    Bronwyn joined Nature Climate Change in 2012. She has handled research manuscripts and review and opinion articles across the entire breadth of physical climate sciences, the marine and aquatic environment, and interdisciplinary articles integrating natural and social science disciplines in the context of climate and global environmental change. In November 2014 she moved to the Sydney office before returning to the London office to become Chief Editor in May 2016. Bronwyn completed her postgraduate studies at University of Tasmania, Australia, with a PhD in trace element biogeochemistry and first class Honours in Antarctic Studies. Her postdoctoral work at the University of Southampton, UK and European Institute for Marine Studies, Brest, France focused on trace metal cycling in marine waters and their roles as micronutrients for phytoplankton. Bronwyn is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Alastair Brown
    Alastair joined Nature Climate Change in 2010. He handles research manuscripts and review and opinion pieces broadly on the impacts of climate change including ecology, biogeochemistry, agriculture, land use, biodiversity and conservation. Before joining Nature Climate Change, Alastair was based with the UK Climate Impacts Programme at the University of Oxford, UK where he worked on climate change vulnerability, impacts and adaptation research and practice. Alastair studied environmental science for his first degree, followed by a Masters in global environmental change, both at the University of Plymouth, UK. His doctoral and postdoctoral research at the University of Southampton, UK was in the field of palaeoclimatology. Alastair is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Jenn Richler
    Jenn joined Nature Research in 2016 as a Senior Editor serving Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy. She handles a broad range of manuscripts from across the behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, behavioral economics, political science, and communications. Prior to joining the company, Jenn was an associate editor at Journal of Experimental Psychology: General where she handled manuscripts spanning all areas of experimental psychology, and a writer for the American Psychological Association, where she covered primary research for a general academic audience. Jenn completed her PhD in psychology and postdoctoral work at Vanderbilt University, USA. Jenn is based in the New York office.

    Associate Editor:
    Graham Simpkins
    Graham joined Nature Research in February 2016 as an editor for Nature Communications. He moved to Nature Climate Change in November 2016, where he handles physical climate manuscripts spanning atmospheric science, climate dynamics, oceanography and cryospheric science. Graham received his PhD from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and later worked in a postdoctoral position at the University of California, Irvine, USA. His research focussed on large-scale climate variability in Antarctica, specifically the dynamics and impacts of tropical-extratropical teleconnections. Graham is based in the London office.

    About the editors : Nature Climate Change

    Any paper submitted to this journal will be reviewed by one or all 4 of these people.

    I did some quick research and their opinions are decidedly in favor of man-made global warming, you can look that up yourself.

    This means any paper submitted to them denying climate change is doubtful to even get peer reviewed, if it is for some odd reason they will debunk it.

    That is how this process works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Try reading the OP
    Try reading THIS, instead; because your OP is GARBAGE. It is pseudo-scientific hogwash.

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0118112554.htm

    From the link: Earth's 2016 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
    Globally-averaged temperatures in 2016 were 1.78 degrees Fahrenheit (0.99 degrees Celsius) warmer than the mid-20th century mean. This makes 2016 the third year in a row to set a new record for global average surface temperatures.

    The link also points out that 16 of the hottest 17 years in recorded history have occurred since 2001, with the El Nino year 1998 being the ONLY exception.

    Your OP just got EXPLODED. In front of your nose.

    Hope you still have at least some of your nose left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    So the peer review does not matter only your bias view of the source. You show you don't care about truth and facts
    Do you even know what peer review is?

    The font and typesetting in that "report" alone is enough to show it's not published in a peer reviewed journal. It's frankly an abomination.
    Last edited by Lunchboxxy; 7th July 2017 at 10:46 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Their in-house editorial staff conducts all peer-reviews for climate science papers.



    The four editors are:

    Chief Editor:
    Bronwyn Wake
    Bronwyn joined Nature Climate Change in 2012. She has handled research manuscripts and review and opinion articles across the entire breadth of physical climate sciences, the marine and aquatic environment, and interdisciplinary articles integrating natural and social science disciplines in the context of climate and global environmental change. In November 2014 she moved to the Sydney office before returning to the London office to become Chief Editor in May 2016. Bronwyn completed her postgraduate studies at University of Tasmania, Australia, with a PhD in trace element biogeochemistry and first class Honours in Antarctic Studies. Her postdoctoral work at the University of Southampton, UK and European Institute for Marine Studies, Brest, France focused on trace metal cycling in marine waters and their roles as micronutrients for phytoplankton. Bronwyn is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Alastair Brown
    Alastair joined Nature Climate Change in 2010. He handles research manuscripts and review and opinion pieces broadly on the impacts of climate change including ecology, biogeochemistry, agriculture, land use, biodiversity and conservation. Before joining Nature Climate Change, Alastair was based with the UK Climate Impacts Programme at the University of Oxford, UK where he worked on climate change vulnerability, impacts and adaptation research and practice. Alastair studied environmental science for his first degree, followed by a Masters in global environmental change, both at the University of Plymouth, UK. His doctoral and postdoctoral research at the University of Southampton, UK was in the field of palaeoclimatology. Alastair is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Jenn Richler
    Jenn joined Nature Research in 2016 as a Senior Editor serving Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy. She handles a broad range of manuscripts from across the behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, behavioral economics, political science, and communications. Prior to joining the company, Jenn was an associate editor at Journal of Experimental Psychology: General where she handled manuscripts spanning all areas of experimental psychology, and a writer for the American Psychological Association, where she covered primary research for a general academic audience. Jenn completed her PhD in psychology and postdoctoral work at Vanderbilt University, USA. Jenn is based in the New York office.

    Associate Editor:
    Graham Simpkins
    Graham joined Nature Research in February 2016 as an editor for Nature Communications. He moved to Nature Climate Change in November 2016, where he handles physical climate manuscripts spanning atmospheric science, climate dynamics, oceanography and cryospheric science. Graham received his PhD from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and later worked in a postdoctoral position at the University of California, Irvine, USA. His research focussed on large-scale climate variability in Antarctica, specifically the dynamics and impacts of tropical-extratropical teleconnections. Graham is based in the London office.

    About the editors : Nature Climate Change

    Any paper submitted to this journal will be reviewed by one or all 4 of these people.

    I did some quick research and their opinions are decidedly in favor of man-made global warming, you can look that up yourself.

    This means any paper submitted to them denying climate change is doubtful to even get peer reviewed, if it is for some odd reason they will debunk it.

    That is how this process works.
    Yeah that's definitely not how that works

    Scrutinizing science: Peer review
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Their in-house editorial staff conducts all peer-reviews for climate science papers.



    The four editors are:

    Chief Editor:
    Bronwyn Wake
    Bronwyn joined Nature Climate Change in 2012. She has handled research manuscripts and review and opinion articles across the entire breadth of physical climate sciences, the marine and aquatic environment, and interdisciplinary articles integrating natural and social science disciplines in the context of climate and global environmental change. In November 2014 she moved to the Sydney office before returning to the London office to become Chief Editor in May 2016. Bronwyn completed her postgraduate studies at University of Tasmania, Australia, with a PhD in trace element biogeochemistry and first class Honours in Antarctic Studies. Her postdoctoral work at the University of Southampton, UK and European Institute for Marine Studies, Brest, France focused on trace metal cycling in marine waters and their roles as micronutrients for phytoplankton. Bronwyn is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Alastair Brown
    Alastair joined Nature Climate Change in 2010. He handles research manuscripts and review and opinion pieces broadly on the impacts of climate change including ecology, biogeochemistry, agriculture, land use, biodiversity and conservation. Before joining Nature Climate Change, Alastair was based with the UK Climate Impacts Programme at the University of Oxford, UK where he worked on climate change vulnerability, impacts and adaptation research and practice. Alastair studied environmental science for his first degree, followed by a Masters in global environmental change, both at the University of Plymouth, UK. His doctoral and postdoctoral research at the University of Southampton, UK was in the field of palaeoclimatology. Alastair is based in the London office.

    Senior Editor:
    Jenn Richler
    Jenn joined Nature Research in 2016 as a Senior Editor serving Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy. She handles a broad range of manuscripts from across the behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, behavioral economics, political science, and communications. Prior to joining the company, Jenn was an associate editor at Journal of Experimental Psychology: General where she handled manuscripts spanning all areas of experimental psychology, and a writer for the American Psychological Association, where she covered primary research for a general academic audience. Jenn completed her PhD in psychology and postdoctoral work at Vanderbilt University, USA. Jenn is based in the New York office.

    Associate Editor:
    Graham Simpkins
    Graham joined Nature Research in February 2016 as an editor for Nature Communications. He moved to Nature Climate Change in November 2016, where he handles physical climate manuscripts spanning atmospheric science, climate dynamics, oceanography and cryospheric science. Graham received his PhD from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and later worked in a postdoctoral position at the University of California, Irvine, USA. His research focussed on large-scale climate variability in Antarctica, specifically the dynamics and impacts of tropical-extratropical teleconnections. Graham is based in the London office.

    About the editors : Nature Climate Change

    Any paper submitted to this journal will be reviewed by one or all 4 of these people.

    I did some quick research and their opinions are decidedly in favor of man-made global warming, you can look that up yourself.

    This means any paper submitted to them denying climate change is doubtful to even get peer reviewed, if it is for some odd reason they will debunk it.

    That is how this process works.
    You link to who the editors are but nowhere did I see anything that says they are who does all the peer review. As a matter of fact, they also, in your link, give a long list of learned climate researchers in the area of climate change. My guess is they are listed because they often are chosen to do peer reviews.

    Did you read your link?

    And on what basis do you claim that only the editors do the peer reviews?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    When I show them peer review is flawed they try to justify peer review. Just shows their double standard and hypocrisy
    When and where did you ever shopw peero review is flawed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    Try reading the OP
    I did. I suspect you did not understand it or it's significance.

    You definitely didn't understand how flawed it is.
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