• Why Scientists Who Know Global Warming Isn’t Causing More Extreme Weather Stay Quiet

    • Date: 07/06/19
    • Ross McKitrick, Financial Post

    And so, many scientists who have the facts and know the truth remain silent This week in Vancouver, Prime Minister Trudeau said the federal carbon tax, a key pillar in his government’s climate policy, will help protect Canadians from extreme weather. “Extreme weather events are extraordinarily expensive for Canadians, our communities and our economy,” he said, citing […]

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  • White House May Demand That Federal Scientists Accept Critical Scrutiny

    • Date: 07/06/19
    • E&E News

    The Trump administration is weighing its “red team, blue team” climate debate options. A White House plan to debate the accuracy of climate science has hit a snag: Mainstream scientists are unlikely to participate. Without a credible team of researchers who accept established climate science, the idea would fall flat, according to two people involved […]

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  • Slowdown in Earth’s Temps Stabilized Nature’s Calendar

    • Date: 05/06/19
    • University of New Hampshire

    Seasonal life cycles of plants and animals remained constant during the global warming pause. DURHAM, N.H.—Sometimes referred to as nature’s calendar, phenology looks at the seasonal life cycle of plants and animals and is one of the leading indicators of climate change. It’s the observance of natural occurrences like the first formation of buds and […]

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  • Sun’s Mysterious 11-Year Cycle Appears to Be Driven by Alignment of The Planets

    • Date: 01/06/19
    • Science Alert

    New study corroborates the influence of planetary tidal forces on solar activity Every 11 years, the Sun cycles through from riotous flare and sunspot activity to a quieter period, before ramping up again. It’s almost as regular as clockwork, and for years astronomers have been wondering what causes it. Now, they’ve proposed a new solution. […]

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  • NASA Releases Global Ice Data

    • Date: 29/05/19
    • Shlash Gear

    More than a trillion new measurements of Earth’s height – blanketing everything from glaciers in Greenland, to mangrove forests in Florida, to sea ice surrounding Antarctica – are now available to the public. With millions more observations added each day, data from NASA’s Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 is providing a precise global portrait […]

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  • An “Attack On Climate Science”? It’s Nothing Of The Sort

    • Date: 28/05/19
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    The Trump administration is not attacking climate science, it’s recognising its shortcomings Yesterday, the New York Times got rather upset over changes to President Trump’s climate policy, which it represented a hardening of his “attack on climate science”. Interestingly though, you have to read quite a lot of words before you actually get to the […]

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  • Skeptics Blast U.N. Warning of Mass Species Extinction

    • Date: 23/05/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times -

    A widely touted United Nations report predicting mass species extinction took a beating Wednesday at a House subcommittee hearing, with Republican-called witnesses blasting the claims as “highly exaggerated” and “authoritative propaganda.” The executive summary released May 6 by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services concluded that “transformative change” was needed to save […]

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  • A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers

    • Date: 20/05/19
    • The Atlantic

    “How on Earth could we have spent 20 years and hundreds of millions of dollars studying pure noise?” In 1996, a group of European researchers found that a certain gene, called SLC6A4, might influence a person’s risk of depression. It was a blockbuster discovery at the time. The team found that a less active version of the gene was […]

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