Category Archives: Climate Change

Long term warming has little effect on soil CO2 release

This is contrary to the generally accepted theory that warming increases soil respiration. Continue reading

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Pushing a rock up hill on the climate

Sadar discusses why the line between ideology and science has become blurred–it has to do with the social educational canons and attitudes as well as the very influential economic/financial/career pressures for professionals and academics in enviro or climate studies.

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Brian Bledsoe is a Joe Bastardi kind of weatherman, the real deal

I like this guy–and I agree with him–since I live in Central Texas and rain is so critical to our economy and life.

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Another discussion of money and climate research warming advocacy

It is easy to count on whores to advocate for turning tricks for the government agencies that provide succor.

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Climate resilience

The art of recycling what we already know and packaging it in shiny new government programs.  Continue reading

From the Goddard/Heller Archives

More on Medieval Warming Period realities.

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Sierra takes on the CA temp record deceit

I was hoping Sierra would take up the battle on the new CA warming claims.

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Norm Rogers exposes the silly Risky Business project

3 supposedly smart men, Bloomberg, Steyer and Paulsen running around talking warming.

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Gotta love Joe Bastardi–makes IPCC look like amateurs

Joe is a weatherman’s weatherman, and I got a chance to hear him again at the climate conference in Las Vegas.

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Paulsen talks climate crisis in Portland

Sierra Rayne discusses, and points out Oregon has had no warming or changes in weather.

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Sierra Twofer–the man is amazing on NOAA cheating and Aussie waffling

Here he comes today with two debunks of the media warming ninnies.

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CO2 causes asthma

The EPA is selling it’s “carbon reduction” plan as an asthma and allergy reduction plan. Continue reading

Sierra on wildfires

What would I do with no Sierra Rayne to debunk the media and climate fanatic morons?

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Australia in the grip of sanity and good sense

What can I say? Let’s hoist a Foster’s and put a steak on the barbee–a salute to Aussie common sense.

Jay Lehr, a friend and wonderful advocate, along with Lord Monckton, and other players on our side, made a big difference. Of course cap-and-trade and other nonsense couldn’t get action in the congress, but we are now governed by a tyrant with his praetorian agency guard under a suspension of the constitution.

I suppose a banana republic is good if you are the banana.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-17/davidson-goodbye-to-the-all-pain-no-gain-carbon-tax/5597614

Toronto headed for hot? naaaaw

These people just figure the audience needs to hear scare stories.

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John Christy represents the best kind of scientist–he follows the evidence

Howard Hayden, physicist, Prof U Conn, reads the NYT and alerted me to this piece. Thanks.

This essay and profile is pretty fair, although Wines gives entirely too much space to the intolerant fanatics who are at the climate funding trough.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/16/us/skeptic-of-climate-change-john-christy-finds-himself-a-target-of-suspicion.html?_r=0

Climate model restart?

Science magazine says climate models are not so good at predictions, past or future.  Time for a revamp? Continue reading

Paul Driessen helps you to understand why I detest greenpeace

I got this note and essay to be published by Paul Driessen of CFACT soon. Paul was at Las Vegas.

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You may recall we said 20 billion a year for climate propaganda

Well it continues to be true–big money buys big lies.

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Climate tripe–my my, such strong words from Time Mag

I am chuckling to think that such things could be said by the left.

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