Daily Archives: September 28, 2011

Video analysis and scene replication suggests that Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project fabricated their Climate 101 video “Simple Experiment”

UPDATE2 10/18/2011 – The experiment has been replicated several ways, see: Replicating Al Gore’s Climate 101 video experiment shows that his “high school physics” could never work as advertised UPDATE: New images added prove without a doubt the faked split screen. … Continue reading

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EPA Rules … and how they don’t follow their own

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Most folks would not be surprised if I were to make the claim that the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) did not properly consider the science when it issued its “Endangerment Finding” saying that CO2 … Continue reading

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Comment of the week

It’s been long time since I featured one of these, but this one from James Delingpole’s blog really hit home for me. This comment from Amanda was about my exposing the video produced by Al Gore.

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Just in time: shale oil use without creating carbon dioxide

From the American Chemical Society , something that will cause synapse arcing in Bill McKibben’s and Joe Romm’s brains. I guess Obama can build that Keystone XL pipeline after all. Bzzt! Using the energy in oil shale without releasing carbon … Continue reading

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Report: EPA cut corners on climate finding, ignored Data Quality Act, flouted peer review process

From: The Daily Caller In a report released Wednesday (at Sen. Inhofe’s request, dating back to April) the inspector general found that the EPA failed to follow the Data Quality Act and its own peer review process when it issued … Continue reading

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Cloud cools

Guest post by Erl Happ This post was generated in response to the Christopher Monkton thread. It is not a criticism of Christopher Monkton but of our tendency to imagine that artful mathematicians (I am not one) are sufficiently sophisticated … Continue reading

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