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Observed Climate Change and the Negligible Gloabl Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in the State of New Mexico

By | February 20, 2019

In this report, we review New Mexico’s long-term climate history and find little in the way of evidence that greenhouse gas build-up in the atmosphere has altered New Mexico’s climate. Instead of long-term changes, short-term variability dominates the state’s average temperature, precipitation, and drought frequency. Current temperatures are similar to ones observed at the end of the 19th… Read More »

Mercury for Dummies

By | February 20, 2019

The scientific literature fails to support the hypothesis that the trace amount of naturally occurring mercury in the fish we eat in any way endangers or threatens health, especially that of expectant mothers and their babies. Exactly the opposite is true: those alarming people away from fish pose the real danger to public health.

The Aztec Solution

By | February 20, 2019

Climate modelling of new data from the Aztec Codex Cihuacoatl has identified a relationship with important implications for global warming mitigation. The research suggests a strong causal pathway exists between climate change and Aztec rituals of “nourishing the gods” with blood sacrifice.

More in Sorrow than in Anger, Lord Monckton’s Response to McCain

By | February 20, 2019

Lord Monckton, UK — Christopher, Third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, was Special Advisor to Margaret Thatcher as UK Prime Minister from 1982 to 1986, and gave policy advice on technical issues such as warship hydrodynamics (his work led to his appointment as the youngest Trustee of the Hales Trophy for the Blue Riband of the Atlantic), psephological modeling… Read More »

Inquiries Regarding the Physics and Society Affair: Publication of Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered

By | February 20, 2019

    For the Full Report in PDF Form, please click here.   Responding to enquiries to me as the author of “Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered” The paper was reviewed in meticulous detail by Professor Alvin Saperstein, an eminent Professor of Physics who is perhaps best known for maintaining a database of the current locations of all civil and… Read More »

The Climategate Inquiries

By | February 20, 2019

The release of emails from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia at the end of last year provoked a global controversy that is still raging today. Allegations that senior climatologists had manipulated results, fl outed Freedom of Information laws and prevented critics from being published in the academic literature have swept the media and… Read More »

Observed Climate Change in Washington

By | February 20, 2019

Through an Executive Order, Washington’s Governor Christine Gregoire has set ambitious goals for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions originating from the state of Washington. By 2020 she has set the goal to reduce the state’s emissions to what they were in 1990. Additional goals include 25% below 1990 levels by 2035 and 50% below 1990 levels by 2050.… Read More »