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  • Matt Ridley: Global Warming versus Global Greening

    • Date: 17/10/16
    • 2016 Annual GWPF Lecture
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    2016 Annual GWPF Lecture The Royal Society, London 17 October 2016 Matt Ridley delivers the 2016 Annual GWPF Lecture at the Royal Society, London 17 October   I am a passionate champion of science. I have devoted most of my career to celebrating and chronicling scientific discovery. I think the scientific method is humankind’s greatest […]

  • A New Definition Of Academic Misconduct

    • Date: 14/06/16
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.
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    Ridd was punished by James Cook University for “not displaying responsibility in respecting the reputations of other colleagues.” The university even warned that if he does this again, he’ll be tried for serious misconduct. The latest perversion in research ethics comes to us from James Cook University in Australia. The Australian has the scoop, but it […]

  • Marine Scientist Censured By James Cook University For Questioning Misleading Claims

    • Date: 13/06/16
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian
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    When marine scientist Peter Ridd suspected something was wrong with photographs being used to highlight the rapid decline of the Great Barrier Reef, he did what good scientists are supposed to do: he sent a team to check the facts. James Cook University’s Professor Peter Ridd on Townsville’s Strand. Picture: Cameron Laird After attempting to […]

  • Melanie Phillips: Science Is Turning Back To The Dark Ages

    • Date: 04/03/16
    • Melanie Phillips , The Times
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    Overplaying the threat to coral reefs is just the latest example of ideology distorting research According to a new study, scientists’ claims that coral reefs are doomed by ocean acidification are overplayed. An “inherent bias” in scientific journals, says the editor of ICES Journal of Marine Science, has excluded research showing marine creatures are not […]

  • Scientists ‘Are Exaggerating CO2 Threat To Marine Life’

    • Date: 01/03/16
    • Ben Webster, The Times
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    Claims that coral reefs are doomed because human CO2 emissions are making the oceans more acidic have been exaggerated, a review of the science has found. An “inherent bias” in scientific journals in favour of more calamitous predictions has excluded research showing that marine creatures are not damaged by ocean acidification, which is caused by […]

  • The Fishy ‘Science’ Of Ocean Acidification

    • Date: 01/01/16
    • Tony Thomas, Quadrant Online
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    With an obstinate atmosphere failing to warm as predicted, another peril was needed to sustain the junk-science industry and keep lazy reporters supplied with bogus scoops. No problem! Conscript a Disney character, garnish with misrepresentations and there you have it: ocean acidification. How scary is “ocean acidification”?  Very  scary. The previously scary “global warming” stopped […]

  • Matt Ridley: Now Here’s The Good News On Global Warming

    • Date: 19/10/15
    • Matt Ridley, The Times
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    Activists may want to shut down debate, but evidence is growing that high CO2 levels boost crops and nourish the oceans France’s leading television weather forecaster, Philippe Verdier, was taken off air last week for writing that there are “positive consequences” of climate change. Freeman Dyson, professor emeritus of mathematical physics and astrophysics at the […]

  • Are Climate Scientists Doom-Mongering? (Is The Pope Catholic?)

    • Date: 08/08/15
    • Colin Fernandez, Daily Mail
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    For years, scientists have warned that rising levels of carbon dioxide are marking our seas more acidic – and that this spells disaster for marine life. But a review of hundreds of studies into the effects of acidity on sea creatures suggest the vast majority may be unreliable or not fit for purpose. The review – […]

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