• Questions Remain About Australian Temperature Adjustments

    • Date: 20/06/15
    • Jennifer Marohasy

    The results of an independent ­review of the Bureau of Mete­or­ology’s national temperature records should “ring alarm bells” for those who had believed the bureau’s methods were transparent, says a key critic, Jennifer ­Marohasy. So, begins an article by Graham Lloyd in The Weekend Australian. Lloyd goes on to write: Dr Marohasy said the review […]

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  • ‘We’re All Dead Before Royal Society Admit They May Be Wrong’ Says MP

    • Date: 16/06/15
    • Oliver Lane, Breitbart News

    Member of Parliament David Davies has warned of the stubborn nature of organisations like Britain’s Royal Society – the oldest grouping of eminent scientists in the world – who have admitted that they will not accept any other thinking on global warming for at least “fifty years”, even if the data shows otherwise. Attending a speech on climate change in the […]

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  • Climate Scientists Urged To Be More Honest About Uncertainties

    • Date: 09/06/15
    • Tom Bawden, The Independent

    Climate change scientists must be more honest about the limits of their knowledge and uncertainty around predictions if they are to win the trust of the public, according to a new report. Scientists are under increasing pressure to communicate their research more clearly, to galvanise politicians into taking decisive action to combat climate change, and […]

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  • Polar Bear Scientists ‘Willfully Blind To The Facts’

    • Date: 08/06/15
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London 8 June 2015.  A new paper from the Global Warming Policy Foundation accuses scientists of systematically misleading the public, saying that they are blaming changes in polar bear populations on global warming despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. In the paper `The Arctic Fallacy’, Dr Susan Crockford, an expert in Arctic mammals, notes that reductions in […]

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  • Reports Of The Death Of The Global Warming Pause Are Greatly Exaggerated

    • Date: 04/06/15
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    The paper by Karl et al. (2015) published today in Science is an ‘express’ report and not up to the standards of a comprehensive paper.  It is a highly speculative and slight paper that produces a statistically marginal result by cherry-picking time intervals, resulting in a global temperature graph that is at odds with all other surface temperature datasets, […]

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  • Letter to President of American Physical Society

    • Date: 04/06/15
    • Roger W. Cohen, Laurence I. Gould, William Happer

    What follows is a letter that we sent to the current President of the American Physical Society (APS) with a copy to members of the Society’s Presidential Line Officers. Because of the serious issues pertaining to the integrity of APS — one of the world’s premier scientific societies (with upwards of 50,000 members) — we […]

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  • New Study Confirms GWPF Report On Greening Sahel

    • Date: 02/06/15
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    Climate change has achieved what Bob Geldof and Live Aid failed to do by ending the drought in the Sahel region of Africa that killed more than 100,000 people in the 1980s, a study has found. Rising greenhouse gases caused rains to return to the region south of the Sahara, from Senegal to Sudan, boosting […]

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  • Study Predicts Decades Of Global Cooling Ahead

    • Date: 29/05/15
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is about to go through a major climatic shift that could mean decades of cooler temperatures and fewer hurricanes hitting the United States. Scientists at the University of Southampton predict that a cooling of the Atlantic Ocean could cool global temperatures a half a degree Celsius […]

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