• Roman Warm Period Was 2°C Warmer Than Today, New Study Shows

    • Date: 24/07/20
    • Daily Mail

    The Mediterranean Sea was 3.6°F (2°C) hotter during the Roman Empire than other average temperatures at the time, a new study claims.  The Empire coincided with a 500-year period, from AD 1 to AD 500, that was the warmest period of the last 2,000 years in the almost completely land-locked sea.   The climate later progressed […]

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  • Ridd Case: Federal Court Delivers Devastating Blow To Free Speech In Australia

    • Date: 22/07/20
    • Institute of Public Affairs

    The Institute of Public Affairs has expressed its dismay at the judgement in the case of James Cook University (JCU) v Peter Ridd, in which the Federal Court of Australia overturned the earlier decision in the Federal Circuit Court, which held that Dr Peter Ridd was unlawfully dismissed by JCU. “This judgement is a devastating […]

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  • New Model Of Predicted Polar Bear Extinction Is Simply Not Scientifically Plausible

    • Date: 21/07/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    News media hype the latest polar bear scare based on discredited RCP8.5 climate modelling. A paper published in Nature Climate Change on Monday (20 July) presents yet another version of the ‘polar bears are going extinct unless we stop driving cars’ prediction the public has been inundated with since 2007. The outcome of this new […]

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  • Green Energy Prof Faces $600.000 Legal Fee Over Failed Attempt To Silence His Critics

    • Date: 10/07/20
    • Retraction Watch

    Stanford prof ordered to pay legal fees after dropping $10 million defamation case against another scientist A Stanford professor who sued a critic and a scientific journal for $10 million — then dropped the suit — has been ordered to pay the defendants’ legal fees based on a statute “designed to provide for early dismissal […]

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  • Instead Of Extinction, Antarctic Penguins Could Experience ‘Population Boom’ Due To Global Warming

    • Date: 29/06/20
    • Daily Mail

    Antarctic penguins could experience a ‘population boom’ due to global warming as melting sea ice means they have to spend less time foraging for food. Japanese scientists describe the Adélie species of penguin, which is native to Antarctica, as a ‘rare global warming winner’ thanks to melting ice. In low-ice conditions, penguins are able travel […]

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  • Apocalyptic Science: How The West Is Destroying Itself

    • Date: 27/06/20
    • Bruce Pardy, Financial Post

    The most serious threat to the West is not China or Russia but its visceral disgust with itself. A growing proportion of people — in universities, the media, politics and corporate structures — now reject the premises upon which their own thriving societies are built. If you live in a Western nation like Canada in […]

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  • Ross McKitrick: The Flaw In Relying On Worst-Case Climate Modelling

    • Date: 24/06/20
    • Ross McKitrick, Financial Post

    The purpose of global climate policy is to get us from the dangerous upper end of the forecast range down to the safe bottom end. In fact, we are already there. Whenever you read a media story about how we’re heading toward catastrophe if we continue operating “business as usual” — i.e., if we don’t […]

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  • Model Failures: Inflated Pandemic Estimates Weaken Climate Forecasts

    • Date: 17/06/20
    • Adam Creighton, The Australian

    It’s remarkable we put so much faith in expert models, given their history of failure. Tony Abbott’s suspicion that climate change modelling was “absolute crap” soon will resonate more broadly — so spectacularly bad was expert modelling of the spread and lethality of the coronavirus, faith in all modelling must surely suffer. Why trust the experts to […]

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