Category Archives: Reprint

A Natural Limit to Anthropogenic Global Warming

By | July 22, 2009

"The concept of dangerous climate change, although central to the UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Kyoto Protocol to restrict CO2 emissions, has never been formally defined. A general understanding has evolved within scientific and political discussions on the issue that global warming exceeding 2 degrees C would indeed be dangerous. Some scientists go so far… Read More »

Have Changes In Ocean Heat Falsified The Global Warming Hypothesis?

By | July 16, 2009

A hypothesis that cannot be falsified by empirical observations, is not science. The current hypothesis on anthropogenic global warming (AGW), presented by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), is no exception to this principle. Indeed, it is the job of scientists to expose the weaknesses of this hypothesis as it undergoes peer review. This paper will… Read More »

Climate Conspiracy

By | June 5, 2009

The day before yesterday they called it “global warming”. Yesterday they called it “climate change”. Today they call it “energy security”. Tomorrow they will call it what it is – absolute rubbish.

Energy Myths and Realities: An Address to Utah Valley University

By | May 18, 2009

I’m going to try to do something that seems impossible these days – and that’s have an honest conversation about energy policy, global warming and what proposed “cap and trade” regulation means for you, the generation that will have to live with the consequences of the policy choices we make. My goal is to inform you with easily… Read More »

Speaking Truth to “Wind” Power

By | April 17, 2009

Speaking Truth to "Wind" Power 
 Submission to Legislative Committee on Bill 150
by Michael Trebilcock ~ April 7, 2009 Michael Trebilcock, a renowned economist and friend of the environment, will be appearing at the Ontario legislature tonight, arguing against the Ontario government’s proposed Green Energy Act. For the many good reason he outlines, this green act is anything… Read More »

Letter to Represenatives Ed Markey & Joe Barton

By | April 14, 2009

The Hon. Representative Ed Markey, and The Hon. Representative Joe Barton, Committee on Energy and Commerce, US House of Representatives, Washington, DC. Gentlemen, Questions raised by the Subcommittee on Energy & Environment I am most grateful for the fairness and good humor with which Chairman Markey conducted the hearing of 26 March 2009 on the question of adaptation… Read More »

Global Warming and Butterflies

By | January 7, 2009

How will earth’s butterflies respond to the twin evils of the climate-alarmist crowd, i.e., atmospheric CO2 enrichment and global warming? We here explore what has been learned about the question over the past few years, beginning with a review of studies that focus on carbon dioxide and concluding with studies that focus on temperature.