New Scientist Interview: Zeke Hausfather on Temp Records

March 15, 2016

I was fortunate to include Zeke Hausfather among the scientists I interviewed in San Francisco last December.  Zeke is a researcher for the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project, and is a star in my most recent video on surface temps.

I am breaking out the individual interviews, as much as I can, to become part of the Scientists Interviews Playlist I’m creating as a resource for journalists, historians, and citizens.

There are 135 videos now in that list – I’ll be adding more from Zeke, and others, regularly.

Below, Zeke on why temperatures are sometimes adjusted.


3 Responses to “New Scientist Interview: Zeke Hausfather on Temp Records”

  1. grindupbaker Says:

    You gots a video of Zeke Hausfather explaining certain concepts of assessing reliability of analyses by comparative means and above it you gots a picture of some U.S. of American politician “Donald Trump” using a hand ear trumpet to catch the nuance of this little bit of science and comprehend it to finely hone his academic skills even further.

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