• Andrew Bolt: Abuse Of Tony Abbott Proves A Point

    • Date: 11/10/17
    • Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun

    The screams of abuse tell me Tony Abbott hit the target with his speech saying global warming may not be so bad. In fact, said the former prime minister, some warming “could be beneficial”, because “far more people die in cold snaps” and more carbon dioxide would “lift agricultural yields”. The TV news bulletins promptly […]

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  • EPA Moves To Repeal Obama Climate Regulation ‘In Its Entirety’

    • Date: 08/10/17
    • The Hill

    The Trump administration will soon propose repealing the Obama administration’s climate change rule for power plants but won’t commit to replacing it with another regulation. A draft of the proposal obtained by The Hill on Friday asserts that under former President Barack Obama, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Clean Power Plan that “is not […]

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  • Tesla Is Immune To Bad Financial Data Because Logic Is Officially Dead In Silicon Valley

    • Date: 04/10/17
    • Thornton Mcenery, Above The Law

    Tesla is not so much a car company as it is a cult of personality mixed with a quasi-religious belief in the disruptive superiority of Silicon Valley. Late yesterday, Tesla Motors reported that it did not produce even close to the number of Model 3 cars that it predicted it would in the third fiscal […]

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  • Francis Menton: Reasons For Optimism About Climate Hysteria

    • Date: 23/09/17
    • Francis Menton, Manhattan Contrarian

    The reality of a looming renewable energy disaster can’t be suppressed forever. Large numbers of my friends and acquaintances are climate skeptics, and many of them spend a good deal of their time feeling down in the dumps about the subject.  Their reasoning goes something like this:  Here we have something that should immediately be identified […]

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  • Climate Models Run Too Hot: Settled Science Unsettled?

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • Ron Bailey, Reason Onlein

    Climate computer model projections of future man-made warming due to human emissions of carbon dioxide are running too hot, says a fascinating new study in Nature Geoscience. Consequently, researchers reckon that humanity has more time to prevent dangerous future climate change than had been suggested earlier by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). This is really good […]

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  • Are Doomsday Scenarios Best Seen As Failed Predictions Or Political Detonators?

    • Date: 16/09/17
    • Tor H Aase, The Geographical Journal of Nepal

    The so-called ‘Theory of Himalayan Environmental Degradation’ predicted an environmental collapse by the end of last millennium, threatening the life of millions of people. Fortunately, the all-encompassing crisis did not materialize. The article shows that the ‘Theory’ failed to take into account the vast ecological variation in Himalaya and thus generalized its contentions to the […]

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  • Fake News, Identity Agendas And Double Standards

    • Date: 14/09/17
    • Paul Matthews, Climate Scepticism

    Yesterday, membership of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee was announced:               Previously, there were 11 members of the committee, and apparently there will be three more appointments, so the announcement seems to have been somewhat botched. The identity politics brigade sprang into action following this announcement, see for example Cambridge […]

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  • Guardian Shocked That Florida Residents Remain Climate Sceptical

    • Date: 12/09/17
    • Watts Up With THat

    Guardian Reporter Ed Pilkington has been running around Marco Island Florida, desperately trying to find someone who thinks climate change is a problem. Floridians battered by Irma maintain climate change is no ‘big deal’ On Marco Island, widespread destruction in Irma’s wake is not enough to make believers out of some climate change skeptics They sat […]

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