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 »

Barbara Boxer emerging as Senate’s new Al Gore

By | October 25, 2007

Since taking over as Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works in January, California Senator Barbara Boxer has emerged as a truly bizarre figure in the global warming debate.   Making climate change the focus of committee activities, Boxer maintains that "the American people have the will to slow, stop, and reverse global warming."

SPPI Reports 35 scientific errors in Gore’s climate movie

By | October 20, 2007

WASHINGTON, DC, October 21, 2007 SPPI today reveals 35 errors in Al Gore’s discredited climate movie An Inconvenient Truth (http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/monckton/goreerrors.html ). The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, an expert witness in the UK legal case condemning the movie, compiled the science-based list in response to recent inaccurate public comments by Gore’s environment advisor relative to the High Court’s findings.

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 »