• New Evidence That David Attenborough Misled Public About Falling Walruses

    • Date: 02/09/19
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Walruses climbing cliffs and falling off them are natural events 1994 video evidence from Alaska confirms US Fish and Wildlife officials in 1994 explain walruses falling to their deaths from a cliff at Cape Pierce in the southern Bering Sea (a haulout for adult males during the ice-free season). Explanation? Overcrowding (too many walruses)! Hype from the […]

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  • Reality Check: No Long-Term Trend In Florida’s Major Hurricane Activity

    • Date: 31/08/19
    • Roy Spencer

    Atlantic hurricane activity is notoriously variable, not only from year to year, but decade to decade. In fact, based upon studies of overwash sediments in coastal lakes stretching from the Florida panhandle to eastern Louisiana, it appears that the period from 1,000 to 3,800 years ago had a considerably higher incidence of Category 4 & 5 hurricanes […]

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  • NASA: Area Burned By Global Wildfires Dropped By 25% Since 2003

    • Date: 29/08/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    Climate activists often warn that global warming is stoking forest fires, but it turns out the amount of land burned by wildfires worldwide has plummeted by 25% since 2003, according to NASA. NASA’s Earth Observatory found that the number of total square kilometers burned globally each year has decreased steadily from 2003-19, based on data […]

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  • NASA: Global Wildfires Drop By 25% Since 2003

    • Date: 28/08/19
    • NASA Earth Observatory

    Since NASA satellites programme MODIS began collecting measurements there has been a decrease in the total number of square kilometers burned each year. Between 2003 and 2019, that number has dropped by roughly 25 percent. The control of fire is a goal that may well be as old as humanity, but the systematic monitoring of fire […]

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  • Amazon Fires Scare Backfires

    • Date: 27/08/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    While climate change has been blamed for the fires, NASA attributed the blazes more to farm activity than drought. Every year, farmers in the Amazon set fires to clear agricultural land during the dry season starting in August, but this year may be a record-setter, not for the number of fires, but for the global […]

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  • Patrick Michaels & Caleb Stewart Rossiter: The Great Failure Of Climate Models

    • Date: 25/08/19
    • Patrick Michaels and Caleb Stewart Rossiter, Washington Examiner

    Weather balloon and satellite temperatures are the best data we have, and they show that the U.N.’s climate models just aren’t ready for prime time. Computer models of the climate are at the heart of calls to ban the cheap, reliable energy that powers our thriving economy and promotes healthier, longer lives. For decades, these […]

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  • Sanjeev Sabhlok: Looking Behind The Scenes Of The Well-Orchestrated Climate Hysteria

    • Date: 22/08/19
    • Sanjeev Sabhlok, Times of India

    There is a powerful network of people determined to use climate alarm and anti-GM propaganda as instruments to curb agricultural productivity and choke energy use by developing countries. We know there is simply no basis for climate alarm. All “scientific” predictions have failed, life has survived happily with much higher CO2 in the past, the […]

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  • Post-Modern Witch Hunt: Nature Publishes Blacklist Of Critical Scientists & Writers

    • Date: 18/08/19
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    The clear intention of this paper is to try and put an even tighter lid on the scientific literature and mainstream media so that any individuals with views that run counter to a message-of-climate-doom are excluded.  Along with hundreds of other people – 385 to be exact – I have been blacklisted [#181] by the […]

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