• Fred Hoyle & Chandra Wickramasinghe Vindicated: CO2 Emissions May Delay Ice Age

    • Date: 15/01/16
    • CCNet & Agence France-Presse

    In a CCNet-Essay written nearly 20 years ago, Sir Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe emphasised that mankind’s ability to inject greenhouse gases into the atmosphere was essential to “maintaining the present advantageous world climate, the opposite of what environmentalists are erroneously advocating.” A new study has vindicated their climate scepticism yet again.   CCNet-ESSAY: ON […]

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  • ‘No Extinctions’: Polar Bears Survived Periods When The Arctic Had No Ice

    • Date: 11/01/16
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller News Foundation

    Former Vice President Al Gore shocked Americans in “An Inconvenient Truth” when he said polar bears were drowning because global warming was melting Arctic sea ice, but now a new study shows that polar bears did just fine even when there was no ice covering the Arctic. Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the University […]

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  • New Study: Arctic Species Adapted To Major Sea Ice Changes Over 1.5 Million Years

    • Date: 11/01/16
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    A new paper that combines paleoclimatology data for the last 56 million years with molecular genetic evidence concludes there were no biological extinctions over the last 1.5M years despite profound Arctic sea ice changes that included ice-free summers: polar bears, seals, walrus and other species successfully adapted to habitat changes that exceeded those predicted by USGS and US Fish […]

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  • Peer-Reviewed Climate Sensitivity Paper ‘Wrong & Lacks Credibility’

    • Date: 09/01/16
    • Nicholas Lewis, Climate Audit

    Marvel et al.’s claim to have shown that TCR and ECS estimated from recent observations will be biased low is wrong. Their study lacks credibility. Appraising Marvel et al.: Implications of forcing efficacies for climate sensitivity estimates A guest article by Nicholas Lewis Note: This is a long article: a summary is available here. Introduction In […]

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  • El Niño Helped Reduce Natural Catastrophe Losses in 2015: Munich Re

    • Date: 04/01/16
    • Business Wire

    Industry-wide losses from natural catastrophes in 2015 were lower than the previous year, due in part to El Niño climate conditions in the Pacific ocean which reduced hurricane activity in the North Atlantic. The costliest global natural catastrophe for the insurance industry was the series of winter storms that struck the northeast United States and […]

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  • Did A Freak Storm Really “Melt The North Pole”?

    • Date: 04/01/16
    • Fabius Maximus

    Summary: Let’s compare the news about weather with data and scientists’ analysis. Sad see how ideology plus desperation for readers has brought talented journalists to write clickbait. No wonder their credibility has collapsed. Worse, after 26 years of this exaggerated reporting the public rates climate change near or at the bottom of their policy priorities. Contents Journalists […]

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  • The Fishy ‘Science’ Of Ocean Acidification

    • Date: 01/01/16
    • Tony Thomas, Quadrant Online

    With an obstinate atmosphere failing to warm as predicted, another peril was needed to sustain the junk-science industry and keep lazy reporters supplied with bogus scoops. No problem! Conscript a Disney character, garnish with misrepresentations and there you have it: ocean acidification. How scary is “ocean acidification”?  Very  scary. The previously scary “global warming” stopped […]

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  • It’s Official: 2015 El Niño Is The Strongest Ever Recorded

    • Date: 28/12/15
    • Megan Barber, Vox Media

    Based on a key measurement, this year’s extreme El Niño has surpassed the 1997-1998 phenomenon, making it now the strongest ever recorded. That could mean abnormal weather for all of North America, including big snow in the Southwest, torrential rain in Southern California, and a drier-than-normal winter in the Northeast. Urban areas like Los Angeles […]

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