Global warming (page 33)

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    Global warming alarmists stuck in ice

    Roy Spencer, a former John Locke Foundation Headliner, offers some words of wisdom in Debra Saunders‘ San Francisco Chronicle account of the global watming alarmists who found themselves stuck in ice recently during a voyage to Antarctica. Years ago, global warming believers…
    Mitch Kokai, January 2, 2014
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    Failing to account for the sun, moon, and planets

    If the sun, moon, and planets have an impact on the earth’s temperature, one would hope that climate scientists would factor that impact into their projections of future global warming. But scientist Nicola Scafetta of Duke University says climate models routinely ignore natural cycles tied to the sun and planetary…
    Mitch Kokai, November 18, 2013
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    A scientist’s critique of global warming ‘evidence’

    Fred Singer writes for The American Thinker a brief, but science-heavy, critique of the data used — or misused — to promote global warming alarmism. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was set up by the United Nations in 1988 and…
    Mitch Kokai, November 15, 2013
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    Politics over science in the global warming debate

    One suspects that people who are particularly worried about gloom-and-doom predictions from climate alarmists might benefit from reading Rupert Darwall’s new book, The Age of Global Warming: A History. Wayne Brough reviews Darwall’s work for The Washington Times. Rather than refuting theories, much of climate science…
    Mitch Kokai, October 24, 2013
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    Forbes column probes holes in climate alarmists’ arguments

    Larry Bell discusses in a Forbes column some of the problems underlying climate alarmists’ key arguments. The banner claim of this 2013 Summary for Policymakers (AR5) release is that “Human influence is extremely likely to be dominant cause of observed warming since the middle of the…
    Mitch Kokai, October 17, 2013
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    Why I’m not worried about sea level rise

    Sometimes I read news about environmental issues that seems concerning, or interesting, or significant.  And sometimes I read stuff like this that just seems far too ridiculous to even be taken seriously.  This particular piece sites research that claims Wilmington’s riverfront will be under water by 2030 – just…
    Julie Tisdale, August 5, 2013
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    A useful tool for approaching warming stories

    Before you read Michael Grunwald‘s latest TIME story touting President Obama’s energy agenda, which “may be his biggest legacy,” you might want to prepare by revisiting Roy Cordato’s latest Daily Journal. Why? Grunwald’s article is full of references to “carbon emissions” and a “clean-energy revolution.” As…
    Mitch Kokai, July 15, 2013
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    New Carolina Journal Online features

    Don Carrington reports for Carolina Journal Online about a New York woman who has been trying for two years to convince federal officials to stop delivering illegal tax refund checks to her mailbox. Roy Cordato’s Daily Journal focuses on strategic misuse of language in the global…
    Mitch Kokai, July 11, 2013