• New York Times Blames Winter Chill on Global Warming, Again

    • Date: 16/12/16
    • Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That

    As temperatures plummet in Eastern states, NYT has published their usual screed on why global warming is responsible for cold winters.   On Thursday, temperatures on the East Coast are expected to plummet, and some people — fellow journalists and weather broadcasters, we’re looking at you — may start talking about a “polar vortex.” We thought […]

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  • In Shocking Development, Climate Alarmists Agree With Conservatives

    • Date: 15/12/16
    • Andrea Ruth, Red State

    There’s nothing quite like a full-on leftist freak out. And that’s exactly what is going on in the world of frightening world of climate alarmists right now. Donald Trump won the presidency and suddenly we are on the veritable cusp of all being told the Earth is flat, the solar system is geocentric and that […]

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  • Donald Trump And The Shifting Sands Of The Climate Debate

    • Date: 13/12/16
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    Insiders are out; and outsiders are becoming the insiders. There is much angst among the climate activists and scientist advocates about the Trump presidency, his public statements, and his Cabinet appointees — it doesn’t look good for their preferred energy policies and funding for their preferred research topics. A relatively calm and objective summary of […]

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  • A Chilling La Nina Is Seen Sticking Around Through The Winter

    • Date: 11/12/16
    • Brian Sullivan, Bloomberg

    A La Nina that threatens to push cold temperatures across the northern U.S. and extend drought conditions in the south will probably remain in the Pacific deep into the winter, fading away by spring, according to U.S. forecasters. The weather phenomenon — defined by a cooling of the equatorial Pacific Ocean’s surface that touches off a change in […]

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  • US Democrats Pay A Price For Being Green

    • Date: 07/12/16
    • Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

    If the party was serious about winning back the Rust Belt, it would strike a smarter balance between the environment and the economy. In the af­ter­math of the pres­id­en­tial elec­tion, Demo­crats have been blam­ing their de­feat on everything but the ob­vi­ous. The Clin­ton cam­paign has dis­missed sug­ges­tions of a voter man­date, point­ing to its pop­u­lar […]

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  • Memo To Media: Post-Modernism Created ‘Post-Truth’ Culture

    • Date: 07/12/16
    • Steven Hayward, Power Line

    It was Nietzsche who remarked that “there are no facts, only interpretation.” From this small beginning the entire contemporary world of “post-modernism” was born, reaching its apogee in the swamp of the Frankfurt School, Foucault and other nihilist thinkers who argue, among other things, that there is no objective basis for making a “truth claim”—and that […]

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  • Vilifying David Rose: Attacking The Messenger Over Sharp Drop In Land Temps

    • Date: 04/12/16
    • Jaimie Jessop, Climate Scepticism

    In the Mail on Sunday last week, David Rose penned an article pointing out the very sharp decline in RSS land only data to October 2016, indicating that ocean surface temperatures might also cool significantly soon and that perhaps scientists and the media over-played the role of man-made global warming in the spike in global temperatures in early 2016 […]

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  • New Paper: Climate Scepticism Is A ‘Perverse’ Effect Of ‘Actively Open-Minded Thinking’

    • Date: 02/12/16
    • Kip Hansen, Climate Etc.

    Right-leaning subjects (Conservatives-Republicans) who have a better understanding of current science and math and/or can be characterized as having the personality trait of actively cultivating an open mind have less belief in the consensus version of climate change. A new research paper labels this finding a ‘perverse’ effect of ‘actively open-minded thinking’. Dan M. Kahan and […]

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