• Coronavirus Is Sinking Pacific Islands’ Climate Alarmism

    • Date: 27/05/20
    • Craig Kelly, Spectator Australia

    The science is settled. The time for debate is over. It’s actually better than we thought. The Pacific islands are not sinking under rising sea levels, in fact, the peer-reviewed science shows the exact opposite, the majority of low lying islands are either stable or increasing in size — something even ABC FactCheck was forced […]

    Read more
  • Understanding Science & The Importance Of Red Teams

    • Date: 24/05/20
    • Peter Attia

    “The first principle is that you must not fool yourself—and you are the easiest person to fool.” This quote from Richard Feynman’s 1974 Caltech commencement address is a welcome earworm repeating in my head whenever I’m thinking about probabilities and decision-making. At the time of this writing, at least as it pertains to science, most of us […]

    Read more
  • John Tierney: The Politics of Fear

    • Date: 21/05/20
    • John Tierney, City Journal

    Besides fearing our own irrationality, we should fear leaders who exploit it during a crisis. In the political response to the Covid-19 pandemic, everything is proceeding just as economist Robert Higgs has foreseen. But that doesn’t make it any easier for him to watch it. “I have an overwhelming feeling that I am reliving a […]

    Read more
  • Climate Change And A Pandemic Of Lies

    • Date: 19/05/20
    • Andrew Montford, The Conservative Woman

    The health establishment was looking away when the coronavirus struck; it had other priorities. If you look at the World Health Organisation’s list of health threats, number one is climate change. Pandemics were down in third place, behind ‘non-communicable diseases’ such as diabetes and obesity. Wherever you look, you will find some of the biggest names in […]

    Read more
  • Jonoson Rosenblum: Science Can’t Solve The Toughest Tasks

    • Date: 17/05/20
    • Jonoson Rosenblum, Mishpacha

    Much of what is called “science” today does not fit the definition Some years back, I wrote a column responding to a question posed by my oldest son: “The issue of global warming would seem to be an empirical one. So why does the belief in anthropogenic global warming correlate so strongly to political party?” […]

    Read more
  • GWPF TV: The Net Zero Threat to Economic Recovery

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum

    In the GWPF’s latest webinar, Harry Wilkinson speaks to Rupert Darwall, John Constable and Lord Lilley about the increasing threat to prosperity from decarbonisation plans. In what now seems like a different era, the EU and a few other governments announced radical plans to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions to zero. Today, in a global […]

    Read more
  • Tilak Doshi: Coronavirus And Climate Change – A Tale Of Two Hysterias

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • Tilak Doshi, Forbes

    For those engaged in the fraught debates over climate change over the past few decades, the use of  alarmist models to guide policy has been a familiar point of contention. Up to a few months ago, life was normal. Well, sort of. In that pre-coronavirus normalcy, the reigning narrative was that of mankind facing assured […]

    Read more
  • Beyond Parody: CNN Taps Greta Thunberg For Expert Coronavirus Panel

    • Date: 13/05/20
    • Brad Polumbo, The Washington Examiner

    The idea that Greta Thunberg is going to be made a star of CNN’s coronavirus coverage just boggles the mind. The brave, hard-hitting journalists over at CNN are hosting a town hall Thursday evening on Coronavirus: Facts and Fears. Our First Amendment warriors are only bringing viewers the best of experts, such as former CDC Director Richard […]

    Read more
Back to top More articles:


We use cookies to help give you the best experience on our website. By continuing without changing your cookie settings, we assume you agree to this. Please read our privacy policy to find out more.