A primer for disproving IPCC’s theory of man made global warming using observed temperature data

Guest post By Girma Orssengo, MASc, PhD Comparison of the claims by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of 1) “Most of the observed increase in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely” man made, and 2) “For the next two decades a warming rate of 0.2 deg C per decade…

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Kold in Kazakhstan

By Steven Goddard, There has been a lot of talk about the hot weather in Moscow over the last couple of weeks. This normally gets reported as the “hot weather in Russia.” But Russia is a big country, and much of it has been experiencing cold temperatures. The Caucuses and nearby Kazakhstan have been getting…

The phenomena of disinvitation and the brotherhood of silence

Closing out dissent By Professor Bob Carter August 1, 2010, originally published at Quadrant Online, portions republished here with permission. The phenomena of disinvitation and the brotherhood of silence Scientists who venture to make independent statements in public about environmental myths soon come to learn about two post-modern-science tactics used to suppress their views –…