• EPA Preparing Red Teaming On State Of Climate Science

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • E&E News

    U.S. EPA appears to be close to unveiling its program to question mainstream research on global warming, referred to as a “red team” exercise, and several candidates for that role cast doubt on the extent of climate change at the Heritage Foundation yesterday. One theme they expressed is that carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels […]

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  • The Royal Society Of Climate Alarmism & Their Inventive Inventory Of More Bad News

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • Climate Scepticism

    The Royal Society has produced a new report to try to maintain the climate scare, providing an update on the last IPCC report (AR5) that came out in 2013. Unsurprisingly, the main message is “it’s worse then we thought”. It’s in two parts, a document that summarises their main points in a non-technical way, starting off with “Climate change […]

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  • Never Trust Climate Alarmists: Great Barrier Reef More Resilient To Climate Change Than Previously Thought

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • The Daily Telegraph

    Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is more resilient to climate change and better able to regenerate itself than previously thought, scientists have said. A new study has revealed a collection of 100 individual reefs spread throughout the 2,000 mile-long marine ecosystem that not only withstand warming seas and attacking starfish but also protect others. Although only constituting around […]

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  • 2017 Global Cyclone Energy Almost 20% Below Normal

    • Date: 26/11/17
    • P. Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Global accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) is currently running 19% below average and is only 73% of what it was at this time one year ago. A look at Dr. Ryan Maue’s site here tells us a lot about how 2017 cyclone activity is doing as the Atlantic hurricane season winds down. In September the Atlantic indeed saw […]

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  • Climate Alarmist Warns An ‘Ice Apocalypse’ Is Coming. Here’s Why You Should Be Skeptical

    • Date: 25/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    “Eric Holthaus is wrong to say Antarctica’s ‘ice budget’ has tipped out of balance due to our burning of fossil fuels.” Liberal writer and climate scientist Eric Holthaus recently published an article claiming man-made global warming could set off the “ice apocalypse” at a pace “too quickly for humanity to adapt.” Holthaus warned the wholesale […]

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  • James Cook Univer­sity Slapdown of Great Barrier Reef Science Critic Heads To Court

    • Date: 24/11/17
    • Paul Homewood & The Australian

    Yet another Australian scientist is being hounded for daring to criticise the climate consensus: Outspoken James Cook Univer­sity professor Peter Ridd has taken Federal Court action claiming conflict of interest, apprehended bias and actual bias against vice-chancellor Sandra Harding. Professor Ridd wants JCU to drop a misconduct investigation launched following his interview with Alan Jones […]

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  • Glacier Retreat Has Been Slowing During 2000-2016, Scientists Find

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Kenneth Richard, No Tricks Zone

    A new satellite-based estimate of glacier mass change for High Mountain Asia (HMA), the world’s third largest glacier conglomeration after Antarctica and Greenland, reveals a relatively modest retreat rate for the first 17 years of the 21st century. The results from Brun et al. (2017) indicate that HMA glaciers are nearly in balance for 2000-2016, contributing the […]

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  • Australia Declares La Niña Alert

    • Date: 21/11/17
    • Australian Bureau of Meteorology

    The tropical Pacific is approaching La Niña thresholds. If the current progression continues, and thresholds are exceeded for a sustained period, 2017–18 will be considered a La Niña event. As a result, the Bureau’s ENSO Outlook has been raised to La Niña ALERT meaning there is approximately a 70% chance—or triple the normal likelihood—of La Niña occurring. Climate models suggest that […]

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