The current system gives some scientific errors high prestige packaging
I’m on screen for a few seconds in a documentary film that will be shown in movie theatres across the US on May 2nd.
A US Senate committee hears that climate science is so intolerant and close-minded, the integrity and reputation of science itself is threatened.
For 15 years, we’ve been scolded and cajoled. As the December climate summit approaches, global warming rhetoric has grown seriously threadbare.
The American Geophysical Union is led by a climate evangelist with zero climate science credentials. When the American Physical Society produced its latest climate statement, it failed to consult members with the most relevant expertise.
Asking a group of climate scientists to comment on policy measures (as opposed to scientific questions) leads to some disturbing answers.
A climatologist urges her community to stop defending Michael Mann.
15 months ago, it was a sin to declare out loud that the global temperature was no longer rising. Today, the IPCC, the UK Met office, and mainstream researchers are all admitting the obvious.
A bona fide climate scientist tells US Senators we have no idea whether human-caused global warming will be a serious problem. The media doesn’t report it.
As the gap between its models and reality has grown, the IPCC has become more adamant that its conclusions are correct – rather than more cautious.
Greenpeace says 95% certainty is the same as 100% certainty. Tell that to people who die on the operating table.
I’ve been interviewed regarding the UN climate panel’s recent announcement. In my view, its future is bleak.
Journalists are supposed to be skeptical of everything and everyone.
Climate crusaders urge us to Think of the children! But that can be used by anyone to advance any argument under the sun.
Why does the climate debate elicit so much partisan sneering from the media?
Iowa scientists have signed a letter about climate change. News reports don’t mention their activist leanings.
Is it any wonder that young climate scientists behave badly? Their elders set the example – by hurling insults at dissenters.
Why did a Canadian expert fly 2,500 miles across three time zones to testify in Washington, DC this week when there are plenty of US experts? And who footed the bill?
Two physics professors – one in America and one in the UK – are condemning the behaviour of prominent climate scientists. They say it’s a violation of scientific honesty and integrity.
Al Gore said global warming caused Hurricane Katrina and that hurricanes were going to get worse. This gave insurance companies an excuse to increase premiums by tens of billions. How embarrassing that US hurricane damage has since fallen to less than half the historical average.
Perhaps those who lost their properties because they could no longer afford to insure them will forgive & forget.