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2014: Among the 3 percent Coldest Years in 10,000 years?

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball We were told in October, before 2014 was over, that it was heading toward being the warmest year on record (Figure 1). The visual link of Polar Bears underscored the message. In fact, 2014 was among the coldest 3 percent of years of the last 10,000, but that doesn’t suit…

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Climate change falling so far off the public radar, a major polling house didn’t even bother asking about it this year

Guest essay by Eric Worrall – Climate Change is so low on the list of corporate priorities, that in Price Waterhouse Cooper’s latest survey of chief executive officers, climate concerns didn’t even make the list of questions. According to The Guardian; “In a critical year for action to prevent runaway climate change, one would hope…

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The Merchants of Smear

Obama, Gore other climate alarmists refuse to debate, but love to vilify – and love their money Guest essay by Paul Driessen Manmade climate disaster proponents know the Saul Alinksy community agitator playbook by heart. In a fight, almost anything goes. Never admit error; just change your terminology and attack again. Expand your base, by…

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On Migrating Moose and Migrating Temperature Trends

Guest essay by Jim Steele, Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University and author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism The biggest threat to the integrity of environmental science is bad science, exaggeration and fear mongering. The recent hype about declining moose populations is just one more example…

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Faux polar bear figures

Susan Crockford, Special to Financial Post (republished at WUWT with permission from the author) Polar bears are a conservation success story. However, you’d never know that from the output of polar bear researchers, who lately seem to have forgotten that the most crucial part of their job is the unbiased collection and presentation of scientific…