• BBC Backtracking On IPPR’s Fake Extreme Weather Claims

    • Date: 18/02/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The BBC are now trying to backtrack from their report last week of how extreme weather events had rocketed since 2005. This item was on Radio 4 last night, for the first 5 mins. Click on link below to play. On Tuesday, Today programme listeners woke up to the news that the think tank, the […]

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  • ‘Insect Collapse’: “Hyper-Alarming” Study Was Hype

    • Date: 11/02/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Calls for withdrawal of “insect collapse” paper London, 11 February: The scientific paper behind newspaper claims that insect populations were threatened with extinction was based on data known to be unreliable. That’s according to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, which today called for the paper to be withdrawn. The paper, by US scientists Bradford C Lister and […]

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  • Empty Planet: The Oldest Eco-Scare Goes Up In Smoke

    • Date: 10/02/19
    • Lyman Stone, The Wall Street Journal

    Governments stoke fears about overpopulation, but the reality is that fertility rates are falling faster than most experts can readily explain. PHOTO: ARTUR WIDAK/NURPHOTO VIA GETTY IMAGES  Is a dangerous population explosion imminent? For decades we’ve been told so by scientific elites, starting with the Club of Rome reports in the 1970s. But in their compelling […]

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  • Study Pours Cold Water On Sea-Rise Apocalypse

    • Date: 08/02/19
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    Scientists who made apocalyptic warnings that the sea level could rise more than two metres this century were probably wrong, according to a new assessment. The collapse of Antarctic ice cliffs is most likely to add 15cm to sea levels by 2100, not the two metre forecast by US researchers MARK BRANDON Researchers at King’s College […]

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  • Empty Planet: The Shock of Global Population Decline

    • Date: 04/02/19
    • David Goodhart, The Sunday Times

    Market economics failed to topple Chinese communism, but perhaps the halving of its population by the end of the century will do the trick instead. Meanwhile the oceans are set to heal, the temperature will cool and Canada will become a global superpower. All because of the next big thing, spelt out in this book: […]

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  • New Observations Call AMOC-Climate Disaster Fears Into Question

    • Date: 01/02/19
    • Science News

    New findings from an international ocean observing network are calling into question the longstanding idea that global warming might slow down a big chunk of the ocean’s “conveyor belt.”   The first 21 months of data from sensors moored across much of the North Atlantic are giving new insight into what controls the strength of […]

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  • Quietest Solar Cycle In 200 Years May Put The Brakes On Warming

    • Date: 31/01/19
    • Frank Bosse und Fritz Vahrenholt, No Tricks Zone

    Solar Cycle 24 has had the lowest solar activity since the Dalton Minimum around 1810. Our sun was also very sub-normally active in December last year. We are writing the 121st month since the beginning of cycle number 24, in December 2008, and since 2012 (when we started the blog here) we could only reformulate the opening […]

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  • New Ocean Warming Paper Contains “Factual Errors And Misleading Statements”

    • Date: 22/01/19
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Second ocean paper in three months is refuted by independent climate scientist Nicholas Lewis A scientific paper, published in Science magazine last week, led to widespread claims that the oceans were warming faster than previously thought, and received media attention around the world.   But less than a week after the headlines, an independent scientist, Nicholas Lewis, […]

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