Overhyped: The Human Cost of Climate Alarmism

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I do love tracing down how numbers kind of ricochet around the web. This investigation started when I ran across a book review in the South China Morning Post of a book called “Overheated: The Human Cost of Climate Change“, by Andrew T Guzman. Figure 1. Andrew T. Guzman, law…

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Freighted With Memories

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my mind, freight trains have always held some kind of special mojo. As a kid, I’d read about them, and sung about them. I loved the story, “The Boxcar Children”. I’d seen freight trains, and I’d always wanted to ride them, but at the exalted age of twenty-two years,…

Another document refusal from NOAA via FOI

Your tax dollars at work….wait, not “at work”, but, um… Guest post by Christopher Horner, CEI Funny how so many people at NOAA have the same hobby they work on on taxpayer-provided assets on taxpayer time directly related to their taxpayer-funded position. But it’s OK. The American Meteorological Society is increasingly a sober, science-based organization,…

The Missing Cashbox and the Nguru Patrol

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The South Pacific is a marvelous place for characters, it attracts them and magnifies them the same way it magnifies all the tales and rumors. After while I developed Willis’s Rule of Rumors, which is that you need to divide all the numbers in a story about some other island…