• Surprise: Climate Forecasts May Be Flawed, Says New Study

    • Date: 06/04/16
    • Agence France-Presse

    Predictions of unprecedented rainfall extremes in the 20th century driven by global warming turned out wrong, a study said Wednesday, casting doubt on methods used to project future trends. A massive trawl of Northern Hemisphere rainfall data for the last 1,200 years revealed there had been more dramatic wet-dry weather extremes in earlier, cooler centuries […]

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  • Climate “Science” Based Upon Computer Modeling Is Magic, Not A Science

    • Date: 05/04/16
    • Al Fin blog

    “Most of the greatest evils that man has inflicted upon man have come through people feeling quite certain about something which, in fact, is false.” Currently, Computer Models are Ridiculous Failures — At Least When Used in Climate The real world is muddy and messy and full of things that we do not yet understand. […]

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  • Rising Seas Alert! Watch How Climate Modelling Becomes A Sensational News Story

    • Date: 04/04/16
    • Larry Kummer, Fabius Maximus

    Another day, another interesting study about our changing climate misreported by journalists to ignite fear in their readers. The subject is rising seas from the melting of Antarctica. First we look at the science, then at journalists’ hype. You decide how this news should influence the public policy debate about the best response to climate […]

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  • Britain Euthanizes Its Steel Industry

    • Date: 04/04/16
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    The way to end today’s steel crisis is to stop this self-inflicted green harm and let the market work in its own way. Prime Minister David Cameron promised voters last year that his Conservatives would be the true working-people’s party in Britain. Try telling that to the Welsh steel workers at Port Talbot whom Mr. […]

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  • Renewables Are Incapable Of Replacing Hydrocarbons At Scale

    • Date: 31/03/16
    • Kathleen Hartnett White, The Hill

    Conspicuously missing from public chatter about the climate issue is recognition of the staggering costs and likely insurmountable engineering challenges of these grand plans to decarbonize human society within several decades. Policymakers intent on imposing a swift end to the era of fossil fuels, such as President Obama and Gina McCarthy, administrator of the Environmental […]

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  • Democratic Attorneys General Refuse To Join Rockefeller-Backed Climate Investigation

    • Date: 30/03/16
    • Steve Everley, Energy Indepth

    A press conference today featuring Al Gore and more than a dozen state attorneys general was expected to reveal new state-level investigations of U.S. energy companies regarding climate change. But the vast majority of AGs standing on stage refused to join such an effort, signaling a lack of interest in wasting their own states’ resources. […]

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  • China’s Biggest Coal Firm To Boost Exports Eight-Fold

    • Date: 30/03/16
    • The Star

    China Shenhua Energy Co may boost coal exports as much as eight-fold as weakening domestic demand and stricter environmental rules force the company to look to overseas buyers. The country’s biggest producer of the fuel may export 5 million to 10 million tonness of high-quality thermal coal this year to Japan and South Korea, according […]

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  • The Observer’s Piece On Pachauri Is Just One Side Of The Story

    • Date: 28/03/16
    • Vishakh Unnikrishnan, Catch News India

    The Observer article presents a case which suggests that Pachauri could have been falsely accused in the case. What should be noted is, just like climate change, sexual harassment at workplace is not a myth. On Sunday, The Observer, a sister weekly of The Guardian, published an article that offers a sympathetic portrayal of R.K. […]

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