• An Interview With Prof Henrik Svensmark About The Link Between Cosmic Rays & Climate Change

    • Date: 23/12/17
    • GWPF Podcast

    Dr David Whitehouse interviews Prof Henrik Svensmark about his team’s new paper on the link between cosmic rays and climate change

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  • Contaminated Ice Cores: Everything We Know About Paleo-Climate May Be Wrong

    • Date: 20/12/17
    • University of York

    For the first time scientists have directly observed living bacteria in polar ice and snow — an environment once considered sterile. “As microbial activity and its influence on its local environment has never been taken into account when looking at ice-core gas samples it could provide a moderate source of error in climate history interpretations.” […]

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  • New Study: Cosmic Rays, Solar Activity Have Much Greater Impact On Earth’s Climate Than Models Suggest

    • Date: 19/12/17
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    The impact of changes in solar activity on Earth’s climate was up to seven times greater than climate models suggested according to new research published today in Nature Communications. Researchers have claimed a breakthrough in understanding how cosmic rays from supernovas react with the sun to form clouds, which impact the climate on Earth. The […]

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  • Climate Change Activists Used ‘Arbitrary’ Adjustments To Exaggerate Sea Level Rise, Scientists Claim

    • Date: 14/12/17
    • Daily Mail

    Earlier this year, climate-change activists claimed that there had been a dramatic increase in the sea level in the Indian Ocean. But a new study suggests that this may not be the case, and that the activists’ interpretation of data may have been based on ‘arbitrary’ adjustments. Researchers have now reinterpreted the data, and claim […]

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  • Why Are So Many Scientific Studies Flawed And Poorly Understood?

    • Date: 13/12/17
    • Henry Miller, S. Stanley Young | Genetic Literacy Project |

    Flawed, misleading research is costly to society because much of it is the result of poorly spent government funding, and it often gives rise to unwise regulation. Should we believe the USA Today headline, “Drinking four cups of coffee daily lowers risk of death”?  And what should we make of, “Mouthwash May Trigger Diabetes. . .”?  Should […]

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  • After Millions Were Fooled: What (Nearly) Everybody Got Wrong About That Starving Polar Bear

    • Date: 12/12/17
    • Tristin Hopper, National Post

    Dubbed the ‘Face of Climate Change,’ a starving polar bear photographed in Canada’s Arctic might have nothing to do with climate change Image of an emaciated Baffin Island polar bear trumped around the world as evidence of the horrors of climate change. The truth, however, isn’t nearly as clearcut. Cristina Mittermeier/SeaLegacy It is likely one of […]

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  • The Crisis Of Policy-Science: Why We Need A New Body To Undertake Quality Control

    • Date: 11/12/17
    • Piers Larcombe and Peter Ridd, Marine Pollution Bulletin, January 2018

    The ‘replication crisis’ has exposed serious quality flaws in a wide range of sciences. Environmental science used for public policy is rarely tested and may have significant flaws. Present approaches to science Quality Control risk failing policymakers and the environment. A new body is needed to undertake Quality Control of policy-science. Fig. 1. A graphic illustrating […]

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  • Green Tyranny: Argentinian Geoscientist Faces Criminal Charges Over Glacier Survey

    • Date: 08/12/17
    • Nature

    A prominent geoscientist in Argentina is facing criminal charges over accusations that he manipulated a government survey of Patagonian glaciers at the behest of mining interests.  The charges against Villalba stem from a lawsuit by environmental activists. On 27 November, a federal judge in Buenos Aires charged Ricardo Villalba, the former director of the Argentinian Institute […]

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