For the unverifiable hypothesis file. Continue reading Claim: Melting of massive ice ‘lid’ resulted in huge release of CO2 at the end of the ice age
Here’s just one paragraph from her blog:
So here we go:
More frequent hurricanes?
And then, how is helping to make sure poor people don’t get electricity or use less of it “moral.” It’s not. It’s immoral.
“Widespread failure to reproduce research results has triggered a crisis of confidence in research findings, eroding public trust in scientific methodology. In response, PLOS Biology is launching on January 4th, 2016, a new Meta-Research Section devoted to research on research.” Continue reading Tackling the ‘credibility crisis’ in science — new PLOS Biology meta-research section
A good question, even if I did pose it myself. Continue reading Why does industry keep ignoring the treasure trove of data against EPA’s PM2.5 claims
Uh… climate change does not destroy water, the mist abundant substance on the planet. Continue reading Worldwide electricity production vulnerable to climate and water resource change
But methane is an irrelevant greenhouse gas. Continue reading Claim: Large and increasing methane emissions from northern lakes
How slight variances in the artificial construct of mean global temperature kills birds is beyond me. Continue reading Claim: Global warming a major threat to birds
“I’d be much more impressed with the climate lobby if they set out a weather pattern that would be inconsistent with their global warming thesis.” Continue reading What’s causing all this bizarre weather?
The alleged climate change ‘consensus’ is the model. Continue reading Progressives working on economist ‘consensus’ that capitalism is evil
Well this doesn’t fit the global warming narrative at all. Continue reading Insurance Cost of Natural Disasters Falls in 2015 — Munich Re
NYTimes Paul Krugman tries to explain how academia really hasn’t gone further to the left. Instead, critics have gone further to the right. Continue reading Academics And Politics