Category Archives: Reprint

Climate Science in the Political Arena

By | May 22, 2010

Statement of William Happer Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of Physics Princeton University Before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming U.S. House of Representatives

Seven Theories of Climate Change

By | April 22, 2010

The theory of climate change that most people are familiar with is com monly called anthropogenic (man-made) global warming, or AGW for short. That theory holds that man-made greenhouse gases, primarily car bon dioxide (CO2), are the predominant cause of the global warming that occurred during the past 50 years.

Global Warming, Facts vs. Faith, One Astronaut’s Views

By | April 21, 2010

There is a war going on between those who believe that human activities are responsible for global warming and those who don’t. Contrary to the way the debate is often framed by the media, those who believe in anthropogenic global warming (AGW) do not hold the high ground, scientifically. Their critics do.

PowerPoint slides from Dr. Willie Soon’s Congressional staff briefing held in DC on April 13, 2010

By | April 16, 2010

PowerPoint slides from Dr. Willie Soon’s Congressional staff briefing held in DC on April 13, 2010. The paper upon which the briefing was based can be found here:  http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/reprint/carbon_myopia.html Abstract: In 2007 the Supreme Court commented that “greenhouse gases fit well within the Clean Air Act’s capacious definition of air pollutant.” In this presentation, Dr. Soon will discuss… Read More »

Circling the Bandwagons: My Adventures Correcting the IPCC

By | April 7, 2010

This is the story of how I spent 2 years trying to publish a paper that refutes an important claim in the 2007 report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The claim in question is not just wrong, but based on fabricated evidence. Showing that the claim is fabricated is easy: it suffices merely to quote… Read More »