• The Reassuring Facts About The Climate In 2019

    • Date: 26/05/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London, 26 May: 2019 saw the continuation of many climate trends, most of them unalarming and even reassuring. That’s the conclusion of a new report published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. According to the author, Professor Ole Humlum, although there has been a gentle warming in the last 40 years, storm activity is unchanged […]

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  • British MP Calls On Boris Johnson to Introduce ‘Competitive Scientific Advice’ & New Laws On Transparent Computer Coding

    • Date: 24/05/20
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    As the evidence is mounting that UK ministers and governments around the world have been relying on faulty Covid-19 modelling, Steve Baker, a senior Conservative MP, has called on Boris Johnson to institutionalise ‘competitive expert advice’ and a new law on computer coding transparency. Mr Baker’s call for a radical reform of the way the […]

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  • Scientists Discover That Coral Reefs Can Adapt To Warming Ocean Temps

    • Date: 22/05/20
    • Courthouse News Service

    (CN) — Some coral reefs are adapting to warming ocean temperatures by making their own sunscreen in the form of bright neon colors — a strategy which invites coral animals to return to reefs and is seen as a critical adaptation to maintain healthy coral reefs around the world. In a study published Thursday in […]

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  • Facebook Restricts PragerU’s Polar Bear Video And Limits The Reach Of Its Posts After Disputed Fact-Check

    • Date: 21/05/20
    • Reclaim the Net

    Facebook’s fact checkers have been accused of bias and using the feature as a censorship tool. Over the last couple of months, Facebook’s fact checkers have made a series of controversial and erroneous decisions which have resulted in genuine posts being hidden behind a “False Information” notice. And now, another disputed Facebook fact check has […]

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  • Beware: Radical Managers Turn Facebook Into Climate Activist Media

    • Date: 19/05/20
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Facebook has labelled a recent short PragerU polar bear video as “false information” based on a ClimateFeedback review featuring statements by Andrew Derocher and Ian Stirling published 18 May 2020. The video, posted on Facebook 5 May 2020, is also available here and here. I was approached yesterday by Nick Coltrain, a reporter for the Des Moines Register and USA Today, […]

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  • The Sun Has Entered ‘Very Deep’ Solar Minimum

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • Unilad

    The lack of any sunspots suggests the current solar minimum is one of the ‘deepest’ in 100 years. The sun has been reported to have a ‘very deep’ solar minimum with 100 days of 2020 not seeing any sunspots on its surface. Astronomer Dr Tony Phillips says the current lack of sunspot counts suggests the […]

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  • It Is Time To Adopt A ‘Red Team’ Approach In Science

    • Date: 13/05/20
    • Benny Peiser, Global Warming Policy Forum

    The coronavirus crisis is causing the biggest economic and scientific crisis since the end of the Second World War. After the pandemic we need a radical reformation of the way science is organised and funded. While tens of thousands are dying from the Covid-19 virus and hundreds of millions of people around the world are […]

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  • Insects: Largest Study to Date Confirms Declines on Land, But Finds Recoveries in Freshwater

    • Date: 01/05/20
    • German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research

    Global insect populations show highly variable local trends. Habitat destruction is the most likely cause of insect declines. A worldwide compilation of long-term insect abundance studies shows that the number of land-dwelling insects is in decline. On average, there is a global decrease of 0.92% per year, which translates to approximately 24% over 30 years. […]

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