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Global Warming – Is Carbon Dioxide Getting a Bad Rep?

By | July 19, 2007

With the prospect of climate change legislation that could cost American families up to $4,500 per year by 2015, and talk of using technology to sequester carbon through well drilling, which Michael Economides estimates could cost up to $7.2 trillion – or 60 times the current costs of drilling (Energy Tribune, June 2007) – it is ever more… Read More »

The Myth of Dangerous Human Caused Climate Change

By | July 19, 2007

  Whether dangerous human-caused climate change is a fact, possibly a fact or a fabrication depends on who you choose to believe. Many of us line up somewhere between probable and possible on this spectrum.   John Roskam – Director, Institute of public Affairs, Melbourne, Australia    

Errors in Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth

By | July 19, 2007

Introduction: A cursory examination of the list of Gore’s errors is enough to demonstrate that each of them serves to magnify the supposed planetary threat posed by “global warming”, or to pour scorn and contempt on any who dare to gainsay the supposed “consensus”. Therefore we must conclude that Gore’s movie was not science: it was sophisticated propaganda… Read More »

The Mathematical Reason Why Long-run Climatic prediction is Impossible

By | July 19, 2007

CLIMATE cannot be accurately predicted more than a few weeks ahead with any respectable degree of reliability. The unpredictability even of a simple mathematical object whose initial state is not known in sufficiently fine detail has long been proven. Climate is a complex, non-linear object (IPCC, 2001) and is, therefore, a fortiori, impossible to predict long-term.

Rebuttal of “Rebuttal of ‘On global forces of nature driving the Earth’s Climate

By | July 19, 2007

In a recent paper, W. Aeschbach-Hertig (2006) of the Institute of Environmental Physics in the University of Heidelberg promotes his view that Khilyuk and Chilingar (2006) are wrong to suggest that the human influence on climate is negligible compared to natural forces driving the Earth’s climate. The two authors are members of the Faculty of Civil and Environmental… Read More »