The Realists Take on Climate Change
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Monday, November 17th 2008, 8:03 AM EST
Aliens Cause Global Warming
by Michael Crichton - Caltech Michelin Lecture - January 17, 2003
My topic today sounds humorous but unfortunately I am serious. I am going to argue that extraterrestrials lie behind global warming. Or to speak more precisely, I will argue that a belief in extraterrestrials has paved the way, in a progression of steps, to a belief in global warming. Charting this progression of belief will be my task today.
Monday, November 17th 2008, 7:27 AM EST
From John Birch Society (jbs.org) - Appleton,WI,USA
Inconvenient Truth: Team Gore Global Warming Members Hansen and Pachauri Caught Promoting Bad Data
by Jim Capo
Dr. James Hansen - head of NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS) and chief scientific supporter of Al Gore's weather forecast: Journalist Christopher Booker of theTelegraph reports that last week Hansen's group announced that this October was the warmest on record. Independent researchers, not part of the global warming propaganda campaign, found this somewhat suspicious in light of unprecedented cold weather reports from around the globe during the month. They investigated the GISS data - and shock! It was defective.
Monday, November 17th 2008, 7:12 AM EST
Take time out to read this article from NJ.com by Keith Johnson
Why is it getting colder?
The quiz...It's time for another pop quiz, class. Today's question: Why is it getting colder outside at this time of year? (Please check off all correct answers.)
Monday, November 17th 2008, 7:04 AM EST
Hottest October on record … was really a September
by Ed Morrissey
The main statistical facility for global-warming activists compounded error with folly and have undermined their credibility entirely. NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies announced that last month was the warmest October on record, surprising meteorologists who had seen colder temperatures and unseasonal snowstorms and wondered where all the heat originated:
Monday, November 17th 2008, 6:32 AM EST
From Emeritus Professor Philip Stott
We hear a great deal about ‘dangerous climate change’ from the likes of Al Gore and Nicholas Stern. By contrast, I wish to speak about dangerous ‘Green’ economics....
Sunday, November 16th 2008, 6:05 AM EST
Physicist predicts man-made global warming bubble to burst in 2008
Permission granted to publish note below. By Dr. Thomas P. Sheahen, an MIT educated physicist, author of the book An Introduction to High-Temperature Superconductivity, and writer of the popular newspaper column "Ask the Everyday Scientist."
Sunday, November 16th 2008, 5:59 AM EST
From The Daily Telegraph
'Freezing heat': NASA admits it 'blundered' by declaring 'hottest October on record'
by Christopher Booker
A surreal scientific blunder last week raised a huge question mark about the temperature records that underpin the worldwide alarm over global warming. On Monday, Nasa's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), which is run by Al Gore's chief scientific ally, Dr James Hansen, and is one of four bodies responsible for monitoring global temperatures, announced that last month was the hottest October on record.
Sunday, November 16th 2008, 5:54 AM EST
Thanks to Richard Mackey and John McLean this blast from the past. This 1933 paper, ”Is our climate changing? A study of long-term temperature trends
” by J B Kincer of the U S Weather Bureau in Washington DC published in the Monthly Weather Review Vol 61 pages 251 to 259, has an eerie resonance with the current debate...
Sunday, November 16th 2008, 5:11 AM EST
From AgWeb - USA
Global Warming Is Good
by Vance Ehmke
Here’s another way of looking at things: global warming is good. And if there’s any bad news at all about global warming, it’s that it might be about over......
Sunday, November 16th 2008, 4:44 AM EST
Is The Tide Turning On Climate Policy?
by Benny Peiser
Just as the UK toughens up its Climate Change Bill targets, cracks are emerging in the global effort to cut CO2 emissions. Andrew Forster spoke to climate policy analyst Benny Peiser about the 'big picture' debate that could colour transport policy here....