• Greenpeace Dropout Seeks Middle Ground

    • Date: 29/01/11

    Ultimately, Moore’s book tells the story of a man who found his way amid an organization that lost its way. For 15 years, Patrick Moore was one of the most public and active members of Greenpeace. In 1971, he took part in the maiden voyage of a group that soon became known as Greenpeace. They […]

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  • Steve McIntyre: Sci Tech Committee Again

    • Date: 25/01/11

    New report from the UK Sci Tech Committee. (I’m traveling – see Bishop Hill for link.) My take is that the Committee was annoyed with the University of East Anglia, being quite critical of the inquiries in the running text, but have decided that there are other more pressing priorities and that it’s time to […]

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  • Climate Change: Dogs Of Law Are Off The Leash

    • Date: 24/01/11

    From being a marginal and even mocked issue, climate-change litigation is fast emerging as a new frontier of law where some believe hundreds of billions of dollars are at stake. Compensation for losses inflicted by man-made global warming would be jaw-dropping, a payout that would make tobacco and asbestos damages look like pocket money. Imagine: […]

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  • Donna Laframboise: Perceptions Of Pachauri

    • Date: 23/01/11

    For me, Rajendra Pachauri illustrates perfectly the surreal nature of the climate change discussion. It is astonishing that a body as important and influential as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been chaired for the past nine years by a man who routinely says things about his organization that simply aren’t true. (See […]

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  • Freezing Winters In Europe Could Be The Norm

    • Date: 20/01/11

    Colder winters could become the norm in Europe over the next 20 to 40 years, US-based forecaster Weather Services International said Tuesday. “We have recently noticed a change in [weather] patterns back to what we had in the 1950s and 1960s in Europe… We’ve had three cold winters in a row in the UK,” WSI’s chief […]

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  • Mission Impossible: Is It All Over For Climate Alarmism?

    • Date: 19/01/11

    It is virtually impossible for the world to keep within the CO2 limits defined as safe for the climate, according to the chief economist of the International Energy Agency think tank. Dr Fatih Birol told an audience in London that key nations were not prepared to take the steps necessary to cut carbon growth. He […]

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  • NASA Sun Spot Number Predictions Revised Again

    • Date: 19/01/11

    The solar cycle 24 predicted sunspot maximum has been reduced again – predicted peak down to 59 Max. (1/3/11) This will be at the level of the Maunder Minimum of 1675 -1715. Previous NASA predictions below: 2010 October: Predicted peak 60-70 2009 May 29: predicted peak: 80-90 range 2009 Jan 5: predicted peak: 100-110 range […]

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  • James Hansen & China-Style Dictatorship Of Climatologists

    • Date: 18/01/11

    November’s election made it quite clear that the people of the United States do not want to radically change our society in the name of global warming. Pretty much every close House race went to the Republicans, while the Democrats won all the Senate squeakers. The difference? The House on June 26, 2009, passed a […]

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