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Category Archives: Climate Change
Just a few questions on the Stanford study to power California totally with renewable energy. Continue reading
Chinese say sun. I say–right.
I gave a lecture on warming human health effects at the 2014 Heartland Climate Change conference in Las Vegas.
Warm is good for living things and we should hope these clowns are right and that the planet is goin’ to warm, but we can’t trust them because they can’t keep their promises.
I am always amazed at the stuff these clowns put out.
And then I wait for Spencer, Heller, or Rayne to debunk their claims.
And what is “normal” or “ideal” for whereever?
The White House climate change
propaganda report published to coincide with the Senate hearing out. The report seems to be something along the lines of climate insurance and looking active even if it has no effect. Continue reading
Roger Pielke gets the treatment for saying what is obvious–more value, more damage from weather events.
Not climate catastrophe, weather.
A new PR push on the “carbon” reduction from power plants rule sure makes it seem like they are claiming that, until you read the sentence carefully. Continue reading
Joe Bast helps to expose the illiterate and innumerate nature of fanatics who support the warming crusade.
We rely on models that can’t predict the future?
Originally posted on polarbearscience:
Climate scientists specializing in future sea ice predictions made some remarkable statements to polar bear scientists at their last meeting – admissions that may really surprise you.
Back on June 26 (reported here), the IUCN Polar Bear Specialist Group (PBSG) posted a summary of its last meeting. So, I was very surprised to find (while there looking for something else), that on 18 July 2014 they had added minutes from the meeting to that summary.
These minutes are a bonanza because among the juicy nuggets of information is a summary of what the three invited climate scientists from Colorado (Jennifer Kay, Mark Serreze, and Marika Holland) had to say and what questions were asked. While real transparency would have involved posting copies of the sea ice presentations and transcripts of the question and answer sessions, this is certainly better than nothing.
I’ve pulled some quotes from the minutes…
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Forget global warming, climate change and climate disruption. Now we have climate haymaker. Continue reading
I know Pat Michaels and David Legates–both honorable and intelligent scientists.
Who disagree with the arrogant warmers
Are at the beginning of the sixth great extinction? Some seem to think so. Continue reading
The increased production of corn in North Dakota has been attributed to climate change. Sierra Rayne says the numbers don’t quite add up.
Everyone, including my lawyer friends, admires the examinations of hostile witnesses by Congressman Trey Gowdy. The man is a master of cadence and emphasis and strategy in the art of colloquy.
Sierra Rayne tries, again, to explain why trend lines and claims of the warmers must be analyzed for veracity.
From the desk and brain of the great Roy Spencer, a new mathematical formula that will help you gain a clear understanding of the climate change and warming crusaders. How to predict temps based on other political and economic factors.
Rules for statistical analysis are explained by Sierra Rayne to help analyze claims about hottest ever and such.