• Panel To Probe Homogenisation’s Role In Warming Trend

    • Date: 27/04/15
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Claims that homogenisation of global temperature records had exaggerated a trend towards global warming will be investigated by a taskforce of international scientists. The independent panel includes climatologists, physicists and statisticians from Britain and the US and will be headed by former vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham, Terence Kealey. London-based think-tank Global Warming Policy […]

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  • Top Scientists Start To Examine Adjusted Global Warming Figures

    • Date: 25/04/15
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation has enlisted an international team of five distinguished scientists to carry out a full inquiry Last month, we are told, the world enjoyed “its hottest March since records began in 1880”. This year, according to “US government scientists”, already bids to outrank 2014 as “the hottest ever”. The figures from […]

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  • Inquiry Launched Into Global Temperature Data Integrity

    • Date: 25/04/15
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London: 26 April 2015. The London-based think-tank the Global Warming Policy Foundation is today launching a major inquiry into the integrity of the official global surface temperature records. An international team of eminent climatologists, physicists and statisticians has been assembled under the chairmanship of Professor Terence Kealey, the former vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham.Questions […]

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  • New Paper Ponders Richard Lindzen’s Iris Hypothesis

    • Date: 21/04/15
    • Andrew Montford, Bisdhop Hill

    Some months ago I picked up wind of a new paper that was going to provide some support for Richard Lindzen’s Iris Hypothesis – the idea that in a warming planet there would be reduced levels of cirrus cloud, which would allow the extra heat to escape from Earth. The paper in question seems to be […]

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  • Model Fail: Iceberg Armadas Didn’t Cause North Atlantic Cooling

    • Date: 16/04/15
    • Science 2.0

    “Our results suggest that alternative mechanisms need to be considered and that climate models need to be able to simulate these past changes if we are to have confidence in their ability to forecast future changes to the climate.” Though some studies have linked icebergs to abrupt climate change cycles during the last glacial period […]

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  • ‘Warm Blob’ Of Water In Pacific Ocean Could Be Causing California’s Drought

    • Date: 10/04/15
    • Jonathan O'Callaghan, Mail online

    A mysterious ‘warm blob’ of water off the West coast of the US could explain why states like California are experiencing their worst ever drought, while the East is battered by freezing weather. The blob in the ocean was discovered last year, with temperatures one to four degrees Celsius (two to seven degrees Fahrenheit) above […]

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  • Shock, Horror: West Virginia Board of Education Allows Climate Debate In Schools

    • Date: 09/04/15
    • Samuel Speciale, Charleston Daily Mail

    Two months after withdrawing its controversial science education standards with modifications that would have asked students to question the scientific community’s assertion that global warming is caused by human greenhouse emissions, the West Virginia Board of Education voted Thursday to amend the standards once again to allow classroom debate on climate change. Despite months of […]

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  • Freeman Dyson: Earth Is Actually Growing Greener

    • Date: 05/04/15
    • The Vancouver Sun

    This week’s Conversation that Matters features Princeton University’s preeminent physicist Freeman Dyson who says computer models do a good job of helping us understand climate but they do a very poor job of predicting it. Freeman Dyson is a member of the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council Dyson says, “as measured from space, the whole earth […]

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