• Scientist Ruthlessly Debunks One Of NOAA’s Central Climate Claims

    • Date: 03/02/16
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller News Foundation

    In face of intense criticism from alarmist scientists, Dr. John Christy went to great lengths in a Tuesday congressional hearing to detail why satellite-derived temperatures are much more reliable indicators of warming than surface thermometers. “That’s where the real mass of the climate system exists in terms of the atmosphere,” Christy, a climate scientist at […]

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  • UK Plans To Become A Global Centre For Small Nuclear Reactors: Can It Succeed?

    • Date: 02/02/16
    • Dan Yurman, Energy Post

    In addition to its plans for building four huge nuclear power stations, the UK government has also announced it wants to become a global centre for the development and manufacturing of small modular reactors (SMRs). Dan Yurman, nuclear expert and publisher of the blog NeutronBytes, assesses the UK’s plans and concludes that it could succeed, […]

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  • 300 Scientists Want NOAA To Stop Hiding Its Global Warming Data

    • Date: 29/01/16
    • Andrew Follett, Daily Caller News Foundation

    Hundreds of scientists sent a letter to lawmakers Thursday warning National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists may have violated federal laws when they published a 2015 study purporting to eliminate the 15-year “hiatus” in global warming from the temperature record. “We, the undersigned, scientists, engineers, economists and others, who have looked carefully into the effects of […]

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  • The Strange Gap Between Global Temperatures Measured By Satellites And On The Earth’s Surface

    • Date: 27/01/16
    • Jo Nova

    Right now there is a very odd divergence of satellite and surface thermometers. It started about two years ago. It is not like the El Nino of 1998, where all four rose together, and satellites recorded a higher spike than the surface records. This time around the satellites are lower. In the graph below, David […]

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  • David Henderson: Some Personal Recollections Of Bob Carter (1941 -2016)

    • Date: 24/01/16
    • Professor David Henderson

    I became involved with climate change issues, entirely by accident, at the end of 2002. A year or so after this event, as my acquaintance with the subject broadened, I became aware of Bob Carter’s writings, and I was impressed. I marked him down as an author to be followed. It was not until 2006 […]

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  • Ian Plimer On His Friend And Fellow Geologist Bob Carter (1941 – 2016)

    • Date: 20/01/16
    • Professor Ian Plimer

    It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Professor Bob Carter on 18th January 2016, aged 74 years. He never recovered from a massive heart attack at his home in Townsville (Australia). I first met Bob as the newly appointed Professor and Head of Earth Sciences at James Cook University of North […]

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  • Professor Bob Carter (1941 – 2016)

    • Date: 20/01/16
    • Jo Nova

    Bob Carter, a founding member of the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council, died on 19 January following a heart attack. One of the best things about being a skeptic are the people I’ve got to know, and Bob Carter was one of the best of them, sadly taken far too soon. He was outstanding, a true gem, […]

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  • 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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