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These items caught my eye – 14 October 2015

1: Keep On Troughing!; 2: September 2015 Global Surface (Land+Ocean) and Lower Troposphere Temperature Anomaly & Model-Data Difference Update; 3: Analysis: depending on wind and solar energy sources is seriously misguided; 4: The Courts & the Climate; 5: All US Warming, And Almost Half Of The Data, Is Fake; 6: Western Hudson Bay polar bear … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 2 March 2014

1: Not Right; 2: AGW cause, “down the drain” …; 3: Renewable energy in decline, less than 1% of global energy; 4: Greenpeace Is A Religious Cult; 5: Robert Bryce Testimony for a U.S. Senate Committee Hearing: Killing Wildlife in the name of saving the planet; 6: Guest Post: Invasive Research is Alive and Well … Continue reading

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Please remember to read the comments, as the information (and the links) contained in them often put the main article into context.. _____________________________________________  – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 20 January 2014

1: Did Wikipedia editors kill the Guardian & Independent?; 2: Sun ‘falling silent’ ; 3: The coming shape of 2014.; 4:Obama Accused Of Fabricating Claims; 5: The case of the missing heat; 6: Obama’s War On U.S. Energy ; 7: Warmist BBC Gets The Chills As Sun Goes Quiet; 8: Extreme El Niño events ‘to … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 19 November 2013

1: How Rare was the November Midwest Tornado Outbreak?; 2: Polar bear problems in N Hudson Bay not due to late freeze-up; 3: Why do sceptics put up with cyber bullying?; 4:On Cowtan and Way (2013) “Coverage bias in the HadCRUT4 temperature series and its impact on recent temperature trends”; 5: Beddington’s “Extreme Weather” Is … Continue reading

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