Yes, I’ve been banging on about the Daily Mail a bit, or to be a tad more precise, I have the two following posts … I posted here about the David Rose Climate Denial article that is so very wrong with its claim that NOAA fudged data … Daily Mail Fails again – Climate Change hatchet job … Read moreOne more Daily Mail update
There is an article in the UK’s Guardian that reports that Wikipedia has banned the Daily Mail because it is an un-reliable source … Wikipedia bans Daily Mail as ‘unreliable’ source Online encyclopaedia editors rule out publisher as a reference citing ‘reputation for poor fact checking and sensationalism’ Wikipedia editors have voted to ban the Daily … Read moreHas Wikipedia really banned Daily Mail as ‘unreliable’ source?
The UK’s Daily Mail has published a story regarding the founders of the fact-checking site snopes.com. This merits a closer look and so we shall take a peek to see what is happening here. Generally seeing the words, “Daily Mail” is a bit of a red flag. They are not the worst, but you can never … Read moreIs the attack on fact checking site Snopes valid?
The Daily Mail recently (on 26th Nov) published the following claim … Stunning new data indicates El Nino drove record highs in global temperatures suggesting rise may not be down to man-made emissions Global average temperatures over land have plummeted by more than 1C Comes amid mounting evidence run of record temperatures about to end … Read moreDaily Mail Fake Claim: El Nino drove 2016 record temperatures – #climate #rebuttal
At least hundreds are dead, possibly thousands, in a natural disaster of enormous and tragic proportions. Bodies are floating in the water, the cooling equipment on a nuclear reactor has failed. In the Daily Mail, on their “Science and Technology” pages, they have a news story about some idiot astrologer who has decided this all … Read moreJapan quake: “Total, utter, stupid, offensive made-up bollocks in the Daily Mail”