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UK Court Hearing Record

By | November 9, 2007

Complete hearing record for the UK Court case in which the judge ruled that Al Gore’s film may not be distributed by the UK Govt. to UK schools unless a disclaimer of 9 science errors should be read first to the children.

Why the IPCC should be disbanded

By | November 9, 2007

The common perception of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is one of an impartial organization that thoroughly reviews the state of climate science and produces reports which are clear, accurate, comprehensive, well substantiated and without bias.

What is Wrong with the IPCC?

By | November 8, 2007

In the international discussion about climate change, which is now going on for almost twenty years, the IPCC has played a questionable role. From its inception, is has almost exclusively focused on the AGW hypothesis, while systematically ignoring alternative hypotheses.

Arctic Sea-Ice: Another Hockey Stick?

By | October 31, 2007

This figure, labeled as “Sea-ice Extent: Northern Hemisphere” was presented by Al Gore in the book version of his science (fiction) movie An Inconvenient Truth. But is this depiction of the Arctic sea ice extent over the course of the 20th century even close to reality?

Trenberth’s Twenty-Three Scientific Errors

By | October 28, 2007

Kevin Trenberth (Rocky Mountain News, October 24), commenting on Mike Rosen’s article expressing legitimate doubts about the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Al Gore, makes 23 scientific mistakes, each of which falls in the direction of magnifying the unjustifiable alarm stoked by panicky politicians and extravagantly-funded environmentalists in cahoots with a shrinking clique of scientists in… Read More »

2007 – Global Warming Alarmism Reaches A “Tipping Point”

By | October 25, 2007

WASHINGTON, DC – Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, delivered a speech more than two hours long on the Senate floor Friday revealing the very latest in peer-reviewed studies, analyses, and data error discoveries in global warming science. The new developments have prompted many scientists to declare that the scientific basis… Read More »

Accurate Climate Change Assessment, An Impossible Task?

By | October 14, 2007

Recently, a critical adjustment[1] was made by NASA to its US Annual mean temperature record since 1895, due to discovering an error in their adjustments found by Steve McIntyre, who also blew the whistle on the flawed hockey stick of Mann, Bradley and Hughes.

UPDATED: Hurricane Threat to Florida: Climate Change or Demographics?

By | October 13, 2007

Despite the lack of any trends in hurricane landfalls along the U.S. and Florida coasts, or damage to U.S. coastlines when population demographics are taken into account, the impact from a single storm can be enormous. The massive population and infrastructure build-up of the US coastline has vastly raised the potential damage that a storm can inflict. It… Read More »

Fallacies about Global Warming

By | September 7, 2007

It is widely alleged that the science of global warming is “settled”. This implies that all the major scientific aspects of climate change are well understood and uncontroversial, and that scientists are now just mopping up unimportant details. The allegation is profoundly untrue: for example the US alone is said to be spending more than $4 billion annually… Read More »