You Don’t Need A PhD To Spot Outrageously Bad Science

By | June 29, 2011

The Utah State Legislature produced HJR 12, calling for the EPA to substantiate its claims about carbon dioxide. It’s the most obvious of statements, so mundane it shouldn’t even be necessary. How, you wonder, could any scientist complain about that? (What is science if its claims are not substantiated?) Nonetheless, the Utah Legislature have been criticized (and twice)… Read More »

UN Agenda 21 Will Rule The US Waves

By | April 14, 2011

Whilst everyone has been occupied with EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson’s defense before Congress of the EPA’s attempts to regulate CO2 emissions, the Administration has continued to move towards International Ocean Governance with the establishment of a Governance Coordinating Committee for the National Ocean Council, (NOC). The NOC has been long in the making and earlier history of Ocean… Read More »

Toward Rational Energy Planning

By | February 28, 2011

America urgently needs a rational energy policy. Such a policy should be based upon economics and reliability, yet options favored by our current government provide no real solutions to meeting future energy needs in a responsible and cost effective way. Science & Public Policy’s readers are aware of the abundant empirical evidence that the earth’s climate is predominantly… Read More »

Global Warming: How to Approach the Science

By | February 28, 2011

Global Warming: How to approach the science. Richard S. Lindzen Program in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Climate Massachusetts Institute of Technology Testimony: House Subcommittee on Science and Technology hearing on A Rational Discussion of Climate Change: the Science, the Evidence, the Response November 17, 2010

The Influence of Station Numbers on Temperature Measurement

By | February 14, 2011

Dan intriguing article regarding the influence of the number of stations on the global temperature measurement has been written by Ross McKitrick and published on his website here: Looking at his graph, the eye is instantly drawn to the apparent correlation between the stations and temperature. There is a huge step in the raw mean temperatures around… Read More »

Is 2010 The Hottest Year Ever?

By | February 14, 2011

Dr. James Hansen of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has announced that 2010 was the “hottest year on record” – by 0.01 degrees. His claim has been widely touted in the press as strong evidence that the climate is rapidly heating – due to human generated CO2 emissions. Dr. Hansen has also stated: “I would not… Read More »