Category Archives: Monckton

“Cracked earth may cause ‘global warming’”

By | February 20, 2009

The scare: In mid-February 2009, Discovery News announced that “a new study” had found that cracks in dry soil exhale large quantities of gas, “perhaps enough to affect ‘global warming’”. Noam Weisbrod of Ben Gurion University of the Negev and a team of researchers monitored a crack about 6 ft 6 in long and a yard deep for… Read More »

“Cracked earth may cause ‘global warming’”

By | February 20, 2009

The scare: In mid-February 2009, Discovery News announced that “a new study” had found that cracks in dry soil exhale large quantities of gas, “perhaps enough to affect ‘global warming’”. Noam Weisbrod of Ben Gurion University of the Negev and a team of researchers monitored a crack about 6 ft 6 in long and a yard deep for… Read More »

Peerless refutation of scientifically-unjustifiable Scaremongering about “global warming”

By | February 10, 2009

In Roman face, we reproduce, paragraph by paragraph, a typical scaremongering article about “global warming” that was published in The Guardian in London on 9 February 2008. In bold face, we show, paragraph by paragraph, how easy it would be for a correctly-informed and unprejudiced journalist to write a true story that reached accurate conclusions diametrically opposite to… Read More »

Reviewed or Not Reviewed?

By | February 9, 2009

Responses to some Readers’ Enquiries about the Scientific Paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered (Physics & Society, July 2008) A personal statement by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley SEVERAL readers have written to me to enquire why the July 2008 edition of Physics and Society carries a disclaimer saying that my scientific paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered, published in that edition, was… Read More »

Reviewed or Not Reviewed?

By | February 9, 2009

Responses to some Readers’ Enquiries about the Scientific Paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered (Physics & Society, July 2008) A personal statement by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley SEVERAL readers have written to me to enquire why the July 2008 edition of Physics and Society carries a disclaimer saying that my scientific paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered, published in that edition, was… Read More »

Reviewed or Not Reviewed?

By | February 9, 2009

Responses to some Readers’ Enquiries about the Scientific Paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered (Physics & Society, July 2008) A personal statement by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley SEVERAL readers have written to me to enquire why the July 2008 edition of Physics and Society carries a disclaimer saying that my scientific paper Climate Sensitivity Reconsidered, published in that edition, was… Read More »

Sea Level Rise

By | February 9, 2009

The scare: An article published in early February 2009 by Jonathan Leake, the environment editor of The Times of London, said “The ice caps are melting so fast that the world’s oceans are rising more than twice as fast as they were in the 1970s.”