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- My best estimate: less than 1C warming if CO2 level is doubled.
- You must explain the warming
- Proof Global Warming Non-Science
- 2235AD till yearly forecast betters current monthly forecast
- Definition of the Pause
- Harde Greenhouse effect 30% smaller than IPCC say.
- How uncertainty is treated in Climate forecasts
- The $10,000 global warming challenge
- Sceptics vs. academics
- Kyoto Expired
- The citizen Scientist
- Salby Lecture
- Enerconics: The Relationship between Energy and GDP
- Submission to parliament
- Climate scientists are Nazi Paedophiles?
- Was NASA responsible for Global warming?
- Anatomy of Global Warming Jellyfish Scare
- Cosmic rays, CO2 and clouds.
- The lies about green jobs
- Soon children won’t know what snow is
- The Global Warming Scam (my first article)
Monthly Archives: June 2011
As they say: “no news is good news”, and there certainly has been a lack of any real news story on global warming if the news search engine results are to be believed. There is still those who deny reality … Continue reading
Government to pump £20m into wave power generation Well before they decided to go ahead with the Orkney marine energy development centre, I had made my findings clear to the idiots that ran so called “Scottish Enterprise” (an oxymoron) that … Continue reading
It’s interesting to compare the two charades: The Euro and Manmade warming. Both of them exist in the absence of any substantial material support, and almost exclusively due to a huge political pressure that “wants” them to exist. In one … Continue reading
From the climate depot we get this “snippet” of news. I’m unable to trace the source, nor to be frank do I share the site’s politics which is ardently republican and therefore anti Obama (who has done more than any … Continue reading
There’s a simple rule of thumb in engineering which says: “If it doesn’t bend it will break”, or in more general terms: “if there is no give, it will break”. That is why if you examine any bridge (that is … Continue reading
For years I’ve watched as the Guardian hyped the global warming story and exaggerated every single possible aspect of the scare to force us gas guzzling miscreants to cease our harmful ways and give up the car and join the … Continue reading
Following the post on WUWT: Ask and ye shall receive NOAA Posted on June 18, 2011 by Anthony Watts A while back, I highlighted this, and now comments are open to the public and I’m sure there will be many readers … Continue reading
Just as I thought global warming stories were going out of fashion, along comes sunspots. And strangely, all the people who used to write about doomsday global warming are suddenly writing about doomsday lack of sunspots. I personally think its … Continue reading
Seems like the chickens are coming home to roost for the Australian PM who went into her election campaign promising not to implement carbon taxes. And I may be wrong, but I seem to recollect that she only got the … Continue reading
The following comments were taken (without permission … hopefully no one minds) from the article on sunspots at WUWT mostly in order of writing (except the first!): http://wattsupwiththat.com/2011/06/14/all-three-of-these-lines-of-research-to-point-to-the-familiar-sunspot-cycle-shutting-down-for-a-while steven mosher says:June 14, 2011 at 5:32 pm “funny how skepticism about … Continue reading
To our politicians, I would like to draw your attention to an important subject and this is the odd behaviour recently observed in the solar cycle and the possible implications for our climate and its policy implications. Aim The aim … Continue reading
Science has a very simple rule: you have to be certain of what you say. It doesn’t allow arguments based on opinions. Science requires evidence and deductive reasoning. Something that is infuriating for those who want to use science to … Continue reading
For years we were told: “nothing other than manmade warming can explain the late 20th century rise in temperature”. To which the sensible sceptic asked: “what about natural variation”. To which the alarmist replied: “there is no such thing” or … Continue reading
Some newsbytes from Dr. Benny Peiser at the GWPF At Last: UK Industry Demands Government Rethink On Unilateral Climate Policy The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) confirmed today that it will ask government to rethink conflicts of interest between low … Continue reading
In the last post I asked when we will know the climate wars are over. I might change my mind, but I’m beginning to doubt there is any real way of declaring an “end” to this stupid scare. Because how … Continue reading
This is really a note to myself in the hope that I can refer back to it and say: “yes it’s over”. The question is: “what evidential base can we use to claim: ‘the war is over’ given that it … Continue reading
I found this on the THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: A peer-reviewed paper published in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics finds global warming over the 20th century “not significantly different” from warming episodes that occurred in earlier centuries. The paper finds … Continue reading
If anything shows the real nature of modern “science” its a comparison between global warming and antibiotic immune bacteria. As far as I am aware, the only possible causal link between possible global warming is a tentative link with hurricanes, … Continue reading
OK, the actual headline is: Charles speaks to (Edinburgh) climate group but I just couldn’t help myself, who could resist a headline like that, the chance to imply that anyone living in Edinburgh was a plant. As for the seminar, … Continue reading