Category Archives: Reprint

Another Letter to EPA on the So-Called “Endangerment Finding”

By | November 2, 2009

Dear Administrator Jackson: I write in regard to the Proposed Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings for Greenhouse Gases Under Section 202(a) of the Clean Air Act, Proposed Rule, 74 Fed. Reg. 18,886 (Apr. 24, 2009), the so-called “Endangerment Finding.” It has been often said that the “science is settled” on the issue of CO2 and climate. Let… Read More »

UN Climate Scientists Speak out on Global Warming

By | September 23, 2009

What follows is a small sampling of quotations from the much larger U.S. Senate Minority Report by Senator James M. Inhofe, Republican Ranking Member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.  It quotes various experts regarding the claims by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) about human caused global warming. Many scientists quoted – but… Read More »

Addressing the Real Problem: Climate of Poverty

By | September 2, 2009

What does the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation think about carbon dioxide (CO2)-induced global warming? “We don’t think about it,”Bill Gates said during last year’s Engineers Without Borders International Conference.On another occasion, he told Newsweek magazine: “The angle I’ll look at most is … What about the 4 billion poorest people? What about energy and environmental issues for… Read More »

Sea Level in the Southwest Pacific is Stable

By | August 31, 2009

Graphs of sea level for twelve locations in the southwest Pacific show stable sea level for about ten years over the region.  The data are compared with results from elsewhere, all of which suggest that any rise of global sea level is negligible.  The Darwin theory of coral formation, and subsidence ideas for guyots would suggest that we… Read More »

On the Determination of Climate Feedbacks from ERBE Data

By | August 19, 2009

Climate feedbacks are estimated from fluctuations in the outgoing radiation budget from the latest version of Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) nonscanner data. It appears, for the entire tropics, the observed outgoing radiation fluxes increase with the increase in sea surface temperatures (SSTs). The observed behavior of radiation fluxes implies negative feedback processes associated with relatively low climate… Read More »

Filing to EPA Docket on Global Warming Endangerment

By | July 22, 2009

The EPA Administrator must view the IPCC’s claims with considerable skepticism.  The IPCC’s findings are flawed, biased and unproven. The implied level of “endorsement” by scientific participants in the IPCC–process is not supported by the data. The international standards of independent refereed peer review have not been met by the IPCC. Thus, EPA should not rely on the… Read More »