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Understanding Visual Exhibits in the Global Warming Debate

By | March 29, 2008

Abstract: With a lack of traditional science, partisans on both sides, and enormous consequences depending on popular opinion and political will, it is important that people understand the evidence in the debate over global warming. Unfortunately, most people do not have the time, desire, or ability to undertake an independent study of the issues. Recognizing this, advocates have… Read More »

The IPCC: On the Run at Last

By | March 27, 2008

A soprano thrillingly hits her top-A, sighs with relief at achieving the desired effect, and moves on. But not the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) whose climate alarmism started to crescendo in 2001 in the Third Assessment Report (3AR) with the statement that “most of the observed warming over the last 50 years is likely (>66% probable)… Read More »

How Not To Measure Temperature: Los Angeles, the City

By | March 27, 2008

This is the city. Los Angeles, California. I study weather stations here. I carry a thermometer. My name’s Anthony. The story you are about to see is true; the names have been changed to protect the innocent. The day was Monday, March 24th, four days after the vernal equinox. It started out like any other day, with a… Read More »

Scientific Consensus on Climate Change?

By | March 24, 2008

FEAR of anthropogenic “global warming” can adversely affect patients’ well-being. Accordingly, the state of the scientific consensus about climate change was studied by a review of the 539 papers on “global climate change” found on the Web of Science database from January 2004 to mid-February 2007, updating research by Oreskes (2004), who had reported that between 1993 and… Read More »

Gore’s 10 Errors Old and New

By | March 21, 2008

Error 1: “[‘Global warming’] is a planetary emergency. It is a crisis and we have to find ways to come to an agreement to reduce the carbon dioxide.” The facts: There is no “planetary emergency”. Nor is there a “crisis”. If there is an “emergency” or a “crisis”, it is certainly not caused by “global warming”. The increase… Read More »

Observed Climate Change, Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in S. Carolina

By | March 18, 2008

Concern over the potential impacts of climate change led South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford to issue an Executive Order on February 16, 2007 to create a Climate, Energy and Commerce Advisory Committee tasked with developing an Action Plan for the state of South Carolina in order to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions. Governor Sanford cited as a need for… Read More »

Demographic and Ecological Perspectives on the Status of Polar Bears

By | March 14, 2008

Although two polar bear subpopulations (Western Hudson Bay and Southern Beaufort Sea) no longer appear to be viable due to reduction in sea ice habitat, polar bears as a species do not appear to be threatened by extinction in the foreseeable future from either a demographic or an ecological perspective. Ecological perspectives that suggest the reductions to survival… Read More »

Observed climate change in Arkansas

By | March 10, 2008

THERE IS no observational evidence of unusual long-term climate changes in Arkansas. No emissions reductions by Arkansas will have any detectable regional or global effect whatsoever on climate change.