• Peter Ridd: New fraud allegations deepen global science scandal

    • Date: 07/05/21
    • Dr Peter Ridd, Australia

    An extraordinary expose by Science magazine reveals a deepening research scandal James Cook University (JCU), based next to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has been at the forefront of claims that extra CO2 is dangerous to coral reef fish. CO2 supposedly changes fish behaviour including making them * lose their ability to smell predators and become […]

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  • Plastic pollution: Chinese scientists identify polythene-eating bacteria

    • Date: 02/05/21
    • South China Morning Post

    Chinese scientists say they have identified a blend of marine bacteria that appears capable of breaking down polythene, one of the most ubiquitous plastics on the planet and source of much of the pollution in the world’s oceans. While the plastic-eating qualities of bacteria are already well known to the scientific community, the research by the Institute of […]

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  • Scientists blame Brazilian Amazon for contributing to global warming

    • Date: 01/05/21
    • AFP

    The Brazilian Amazon released nearly 20 percent more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over the last decade than it absorbed, according to a stunning report that shows humanity can no longer depend on the world’s largest tropical forest to help absorb manmade carbon pollution. From 2010 through 2019, Brazil’s Amazon basin gave off 16.6 billion […]

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  • Chinese scientists: Most climate models fail to reproduce global warming slowdown

    • Date: 24/04/21
    • Meng Wei et al. (2021, Science China Earth Sciences, 15 April 2021

    A new study by a team of Chinese climate scientists and published by Science China Earth Sciences, a journal cosponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National Natural Science Foundation of China, reveals the failure of most of the latest climate models to reproduce the global warming slowdown during 1998–2013. Could CMIP6 climate […]

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  • Global warming trend is only half of what climate modellers have predicted

    • Date: 23/04/21
    • Roy Spencer

    42 years of satellite observations show that warming is occurring much more slowly than the average climate model has predicted. The claim by the Biden Administration that climate change has placed us in a moment of “profound crisis” ignores the fact that the energy policy changes being promoted are based upon computer model simulations which […]

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  • Red Sea coral reefs at risk of bleaching if temperature drops – study

    • Date: 19/04/21
    • Jerusalem Post

    Coral living in the Northern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba are at risk of bleaching if the water temperature drops, new research has shown. A joint collaboration between Bar-Ilan University’s Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences and the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Science in Eilat and published in journal PeerJ, tested […]

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  • What climate science tells us, what it doesn’t & why it matters

    • Date: 18/04/21
    • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr., The Wall Street Journal

    After a stint at the Obama Energy Department, Steven Koonin reclaims the science of a warming planet from the propaganda peddlers. Barack Obama is one of many who have declared an “epistemological crisis,” in which our society is losing its handle on something called truth. Thus an interesting experiment will be his and other Democrats’ […]

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  • The Climate Blame Game

    • Date: 13/04/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A paper published today shows that attempts to blame extreme weather on human-caused global warming are “overconfident and probably wrong”. The paper, by statistician and philosopher of science Dr William M Briggs, reveals that mainstream attribution science is beset by flaws of reasoning, modelling and data. Dr Briggs points out that most attribution claims are […]

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