• Four Lessons from a Century of Pandemics

    • Date: 15/03/20
    • WCAI Public Radio

    “Scientists can fall into the trap of thinking that once we have a certain amount of knowledge, we really understand how things work, we don’t need to question it anymore. But the lesson of these epidemics is that, as much as we’ve learned and as much as we know, there were always these unknowns out […]

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  • New Study: Global Warming Unlikely to Cause Arctic Methane Catastrophe

    • Date: 13/03/20
    • Scripps Institution of Oceanography

    A long-feared scenario in which global warming causes Arctic permafrost to melt and release enough greenhouse gas to accelerate warming and cause catastrophe probably won’t happen. That is the conclusion of a study, appearing Feb. 21 in the journal Science, that began more than 20 years ago as a query posed by Jeff Severinghaus, a geoscientist at Scripps […]

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  • Coral Reefs in Turks and Caicos Islands Resist Global Bleaching Event

    • Date: 12/03/20
    • Illinois News Bureau

    A study that relied on citizen scientists to monitor the health of corals on Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean from 2012 to 2018 found that 35 key coral species remained resilient during a 2014-17 global coral-bleaching event that harmed coral reefs around the world.  Even corals that experienced bleaching quickly recovered, the researchers […]

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  • Wikipedia Deletes “List of Scientists who Disagree with the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming”

    • Date: 07/03/20
    • Electroverse

    In another disgusting indication of where climate science/debate is at today, a handful of Wikipedia editors have “voted” to delete the immensely useful and topical page: “List of Scientists who Disagree with the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming“… Here’s the reasoning for the censorship given by one of the Wiki editors: The result was delete. This […]

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  • BBC: ‘Have Our Climate Models Been Wrong?

    • Date: 06/03/20
    • Climate Scepticism

    “All our expert witnesses say treating the most severe trajectory, RCP 8.5, as the “business as usual” baseline scenario was wrong.  That placed us in the spotlight and as a result, our climate modelling has put too much emphasis on an unlikely scenario. ”  Have our climate models been wrong? This is the title of a new […]

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  • Sea Level Rise Was A Constant Phenomenon Even Before Industrialisation, New Study Finds

    • Date: 03/03/20
    • International Business Times

    A study by the University of York found evidence for a period of enhanced pre-industrial sea-level rise of about 2-3 millimetres per year in three locations — Nova Scotia, Maine and Connecticut, which were largely natural, without any human constructions or man-made factors. These three locations are partly related to the North Atlantic Oscillation – […]

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  • Freeman Dyson, World-Renowned Physicist & GWPF Founding Member, Has Died Aged 96

    • Date: 28/02/20
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Freeman Dyson, one of the world’s most eminent theoretical physicists, has died aged 96.  Born in England on 15 December 1923, Freeman Dyson graduated from Cambridge University in 1945 with a BA in mathematics. In 1947, he moved to the USA where he went to work at Cornell University and, later, at the Institute for Advanced Study […]

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  • Polar Bear Scientists May Be Hiding Good News

    • Date: 27/02/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London, 27 February: A prominent Canadian zoologist has suggested that scientists may be hiding a spate of good news on polar bears. In State of the Polar Bear Report 2019, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) on International Polar Bear Day, Dr Susan Crockford explains publication of population counts for several Arctic regions have been long overdue. Data […]

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