• It’s All Over For UK Science: University Professors Afraid To Teach Controversial Subjects For Fear Of Being Sacked

    • Date: 01/07/17
    • Harry Yorke, The Daily Telegraph

    Students are now so powerful that university professors are afraid to teach controversial subjects for fear of being sacked, an academic conference was told on Thursday. Professor Dennis Hayes, a co-founder of “Academics for Academic Freedom” said that universities were now ruled by a “culture of censorious quietude” where academics were not able to discuss […]

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  • Climate Alarm Debunked: NASA Satellites Detect Significant Drop In Global Wildfires

    • Date: 01/07/17

    Globally, the total acreage burned by fires each year declined by 24 percent between 1998 and 2015, according to a new paper in Science that analyzes NASA’s satellite data. The new discovery disproves recent claims that global wildfires have been increasing due to climate change. Shifting livelihoods across the tropical forest frontiers of South America, […]

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  • Climate Models Over-Estimated Warming

    • Date: 30/06/17
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Climate models were wrong and being updated to better reflect the results of satellite temperature measurements that confirmed a slowdown in temperature rises over the past two decades, a group of leading climate scientists has said. The admission is contained in a new paper published in Nature Geoscience, which says natural factors and unforeseen events […]

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  • Cosmic Rays Increase, Solar Cycle Approaches Minimum

    • Date: 26/06/17
    • Meteorologist Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    The sun is currently featuring one lonely visible sunspot region and this relatively blank look is becoming more and more common as solar cycle 24 heads towards the next solar minimum. The latest image of the sun features only one visible sunspot region.  The sun has been completely blank almost one-quarter of the time this […]

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  • Scientific Consensus Up In Smoke: ‘Big Bang Theory Is Wrong, Basic Maths Is Incorrect’

    • Date: 25/06/17
    • The Sunday Times

    Stephen Hawking’s ideas about the origins of the universe — which have long been at the centre of physics and cosmology — are wrong, says one of his closest friends. Professor Neil Turok, director of the Perimeter Institute in Canada, has long questioned Hawking’s vision of the Big Bang, when space, time and matter are […]

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  • Reuters Investigation Exposes New Science Scandal

    • Date: 23/06/17
    • Campaign for Accuracy in Public Health Research

    In a Special Report published on June 14, 2017, investigators at Reuters uncovered the shocking fact that an American scientist, Dr. Aaron Blair, the Chairman of the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s (IARC) Monograph 112 on glyphosate, suppressed critically important science. The hidden science in question is recent data from the Agricultural Health Study […]

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  • Gulf of Eilat Corals Probed For Secret Of Surviving Global Warming

    • Date: 21/06/17
    • The Times of Israel

    Colorful marine life seemingly impervious to high temperatures and may be longest to survive significant climate change Researchers from the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in the southern Israeli resort city of Eilat monitor coral growth while scuba diving on June 12, 2017 in the Red Sea off Eilat. (AFP PHOTO / MENAHEM KAHANA) In […]

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  • The Hiatus Consensus?

    • Date: 20/06/17
    • Michael Bastasch & Ryan Maue

    A scientific consensus has emerged among top mainstream climate scientists that “skeptics” or “lukewarmers” were not long ago derided for suggesting — there was a nearly two-decade long “hiatus” in global warming that climate models failed to accurately predict or replicate. Figure 1: Time series and difference series of simulated and observed tropospheric temperature. A […]

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