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These items caught my eye – 12 February 2016

Please remember to read the comments, as the information (and the links) contained in them often put the main article into context. Audubon Goes over the Edge (Jan/Feb 2016 issue promotes anti-science alarmism) Meteorologist Bob Endlich has written a highly critical response, which dismantles Audobon’s latest claims about global warming: The cover of the January-February 2016 … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 1 December 2015

1: Global Warming for Dummies; 2: Dunce’s Cap For BBC’s Matt McGrath!; 3: Obama Apologizing To The World For US On Climate Is Ridiculous; 4: Polar bear habitat update – day 333 Arctic sea ice hits 11.1 mkm2; 5: Cost of Wind Power Outstrips Coal, Gas, Hydro & Nukes by a Country Mile; 6: How … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 15 May 2015

1: NASA “US has not seen landfall of any hurricane of Category 3 or higher for nine years”; 2: April 2015 Global Surface (Land+Ocean) and Lower Troposphere Temperature Anomaly & Model-Data Difference Update; 3: Tackling human biases in science; 4: #BiasedBBC : Bought to Booker, but not to Book; 5: Raining, AGAIN, in San Jose, … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 27 February 2015

1: Lamb wrap-up: Richard Scorer; 2: Another model failure .. deserts blooming; 3: On Steinman et al. (2015) – Michael Mann and Company Redefine Multidecadal Variability And Wind Up Illustrating Climate Model Failings; 4: Free Think; 5: The Met Office & The Pause; 6: Biomass Emits Double The CO2 Of Gas; 7: New result shows … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 31 October 2014

1: The constancy of change and the new catastrophism: a personal reflection on crisis-driven science; 2: Expert Blasts Alfred Wegener Institute Ocean Acidification Claim: “Clear Falsification Of Scientific Facts” ; 3: My WSJ op-ed: Global warming statistical meltdown; 4: Natural selection helps polar bears adapt to sea ice variability – which means some bears die; … Continue reading

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