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@NYTimes: The Dog Ate My Global Warming.

Any sane person can see that 73 climate models failed to predict a 15-year plateau in Global Warming. But the New York Times is no sane person. Continue reading

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Alternate New York Times Headline: ‘Global Warming Saves Civilization’

Like Beauty, the interpretation of scientific data is often in the eye of the beholder. I’m an engineer with more than a smattering of book-learning in the geologic sciences. It has always struck me as appalling that the scientists who … Continue reading

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‘Eco-Taxes’ Planned for a Second Obama Term?

The issue of Climate Change has been a no-show in the 2012 election cycle; one would think that ManBearPig had been named an endangered species. But a two-year study commisioned by Barack Obama’s Treasury Department will recommend ways to “green” … Continue reading

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Canada to Kyoto: ‘Sayonara!’

On Monday, Canada’s Environment Minister Peter Kent announced that his country would exercise its legal option to end its participation in the Kyoto Protocols. The Protocols were a United Nations initiative, adopted in 1997 with a goal of rolling carbon … Continue reading

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Notable Quotes re: the Durban AGW Conference http://bit.ly/uGMWxW #rsrh

Quote #1: “The UN plan will shift wealth from the first world’s poor to the third world’s rich without making any difference in climate control.” Quote #2: “Anything coming out of the mouths of Maldives officials related to climate, CO2, … Continue reading

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Is Irene a Harbinger, or Just a Cigar?

Is Hurricane Irene a “harbinger of human-induced Climate Change” as a New York Times headline suggests, or just a seasonal tropical cyclone? Hurricane season, after all, peaks in mid-September. Seeing Irene as Harbinger of a Change in Climate By JUSTIN … Continue reading

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Apparently, Climate ‘Science’ Is Not A Two-Way Street

Tornadoes in Alabama and the South: Is Climate Change to Blame? The bottom line: It’s plausible that the warming of our planet could affect the frequency and intensity of tornadoes, though there’s little solid evidence to back up the claim. … Continue reading

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