Here is an extensive library of peer-reviewed scientific papers compiled by PopularTechnology.net that support climate realism. The scientific debate is on. Real world experience and observation vs. man-made computer models. Who are you betting on?
JACOB ARFWEDSON (Paris) It has the odd flavour of a déjà vu: I’m reminded of reading the papers as a child in the 1970s when global cooling was all the rage and the mediatic frenzy was about how we would all, literally and lethally, chill out. It is refreshing then to read IPCC author prof. [...]
…and try to make sense. Einar Du Rietz is impressed by some activists creativity, but puzzled by the message. Let’s accept it. Historically, the left has always been the best in both finding ideas for, and carrying out, spectacular stunts. In the environmental debate, Greenpeace is still the undisputed champion, enough so to maintain huge funding. [...]
EDGAR L. GÄRTNER (Frankfurt) Although the document released on Saturday, October 24th doesn’t mention it, the new German government coalition between Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats and Guido Westerwelle’s Liberals will be obliged to sooner or later reign in Germany’s high subsidies for photovoltaic power. One of the main causes of high German power prices is [...]
Don’t we all wish for the perfect wisdom and moral rectitude of Al Gore? JACOB ARFWEDSON (Paris) Well no, I don’t, because that would amount to fatal conceit, to speak with Hayek. Would anyone be able to persuade our dear leaders to forfeit their absolute belief in moral superiority in the run-up to the Copenhagen [...]
The Skeptical Environmentalist’s Priorities for the World
Happy the Days When Tyrants Fall and Men Breathe Free. Key dates in the fall of European Communism. Yahoo/AP. Never again! Der Spiegel on humor under Communism.
Fair reporting from the BBC? Scientific evidence continues to mount against the IPCC’s climate report, however, the media establishment usually ignores it. What a surprise to read from the BBC that, “for the last 11 years we have not observed any increase in global temperatures. And our climate models did not forecast it, even though [...]
The reality behind American Cap and Trade PAUL DRIESSEN (Washington) What is Cap and Trade? To address concerns that global warming threatens our planet, activists and politicians are pushing for a “cap-and-trade” program that would limit and tax carbon dioxide released by power plants, cars, factories and other facilities. It is a very complicated regulatory [...]
Stakes are high before the Copenhagen summit. If not for the climate, at least for popularity, and some major players seem to be going all in, writes Einar Du Rietz. US President Obama’s popularity ratings are not at an all time high. At least not in Copenhagen. When he dashed in recently on a seven [...]
Climate Data Erased to Save Space JACOB ARFWEDSON (Paris) No need for conspiracy theories about the lack of alleged “consensus” on climate change. Just look at the facts. We already know that dissenting voices are being excluded from the IPCC (thankfully, some of them remain vocal in the blogosphere and elsewhere). But try this for [...]
IPCC Relied On Study Which Used Tiny Sample. Results Collapse With Available Data Added.
The NY Times wants to know whether a dry, dusty spell in Australia is evidence of global warming. That Australia was prone to dryness and dust before the Dutch stumbled upon it doesn’t factor. When the Guardian reported last year that snow was blanketing the Middle East, they didn’t ask whether this showed we were [...]