Category Archives: Monckton

Response to U.S. Secretary of Energy on Climate Statement

By | October 28, 2009

SECRETARY CHU’S senate testimony is predicated upon two false assumptions: that the “threat” from “climate change” is “grave”; and that, even if it were grave, reducing carbon emissions would make a difference. He cites the now-outdated 2007 Climate Assessment Report of the IPCC and a subsequent but also now-outdated MIT study, saying global warming by 2100 would be… Read More »

SPPI Monthly CO2 Report: September

By | October 14, 2009

20th-century warming: less than had been thought SPPI’s authoritative Monthly CO2 Report for September 2009 reproduces a research paper by Dr. Joe D’Aleo showing that global temperatures over the past century, corrected for urban bias and other errors in the current datasets, have changed by far less than official sources suggest. Science Focus, pages 24-29. "Global warming" poses… Read More »

SPPI Monthly CO2 Report: August

By | September 11, 2009

No heat buildup in the oceans = no global warming: SPPI’s authoritative Monthly CO2 Report for August 2009 announces the publication of a major paper by Professors David Douglass and Robert Knox of the Physics Department in the University of Rochester, New York, demonstrating that the heat buildup in the oceans that is a necessary fingerprint of manmade… Read More »

A Climate Science Brief

By | August 31, 2009

The Earth has been warming not for 150 years but for 300. Bristlecone pines are unreliable sources of data on temperature because tree-ring width is influenced less by temperature than by rainfall and, more recently, by CO2 fertilization.

Sen. Stabenow: “Global Warming’ Causes More Hurricanes and Torados.”

By | August 17, 2009

Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich), in an interview with the Detroit News in mid-August 2009, said: “Climate change is very real.” She endorsed cap and trade’s massive tax increase on Michigan industry, saying it would not lead to an increase in manufacturing costs or energy prices. “Global warming creates volatility," said Senator Stabenow. “I feel it when I’m flying.… Read More »

Sen. Stabenow: “Global Warming’ Causes More Hurricanes and Torados.”

By | August 17, 2009

Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich), in an interview with the Detroit News in mid-August 2009, said: “Climate change is very real.” She endorsed cap and trade’s massive tax increase on Michigan industry, saying it would not lead to an increase in manufacturing costs or energy prices. “Global warming creates volatility," said Senator Stabenow. “I feel it when I’m flying.… Read More »

SPPI Monthly CO2 Report: July

By | August 13, 2009

UN exaggerated warming 6-fold: the scare is over SPPI’s authoritative Monthly CO2 Report for July 2009 announces the publication of a major paper by Professor Richard Lindzen of MIT, demonstrating by direct measurement that outgoing long-wave radiation is escaping to space far faster than the UN predicts, showing that the UN has exaggerated global warming 6-fold.Report, page 3.… Read More »

Senator Kerry Misfires about Global Warming and National Security

By | August 12, 2009

Senator John Kerry’s statement in early August 2009 about “global warming” before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which he chairs, was false in every particular, leading him to draw the incorrect conclusion that “global warming” was a threat to national security. The Senator got every fact wrong – Wilkins Ice Shelf: Senator Kerry said the recent cracking of… Read More »

Senator Kerry Misfires about Global Warming and National Security

By | August 12, 2009

Senator John Kerry’s statement in early August 2009 about “global warming” before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which he chairs, was false in every particular, leading him to draw the incorrect conclusion that “global warming” was a threat to national security. The Senator got every fact wrong – Wilkins Ice Shelf: Senator Kerry said the recent cracking of… Read More »