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Settled science? The IPCC’s premature consensus is demonstrated by the Orbiting Carbon Observatory

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball From the start, Richard Lindzen, former professor of meteorology at MIT, said about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hypothesis: The consensus was reached before the research had even begun. The IPCC virtually ignored evidence that showed the hypothesis wrong, including failed predictions. Instead of revisiting…

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Early Results from NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 Mission to be presented at #AGU14 via Live Stream

Time: Thursday, Dec. 18, 9 a.m. PST In 2014, NASA launched four new missions to study our home planet, including the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 in July – NASA’s first mission dedicated to studying atmospheric carbon dioxide. This press conference will present early results from the OCO-2 mission. Fossil fuel combustion, deforestation and other human activities…

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DECC Forced To Release Data Showing Impact Of Climate Policies On Energy Prices

By Paul Homewood http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/energy/11292367/Green-policies-to-add-up-to-40pc-to-cost-of-household-electricity.html Earlier I posted on the news that Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) tried to cover up official data showing how electricity prices are expected to skyrocket, as a direct result of climate policies. (See above Telegraph article). I’ve now had a chance to dissect this data. They base their…

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Vanishing Ice Most Likely All Natural

video by Jim Steele, Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University The video outlines why the timing and mechanisms of glacier retreats is evidence of natural climate change. Contents The drying out of Kilimanjaro Retreat of glaciers in Glacier National Park begins 2:45 Overview of Holocene warming and cooling and ice melt…

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New Paper Tackles Ethical Disputes Of Climate Policy

Bishop of Chester: ‘Climate policies that lack in-depth debate won’t have democratic consent’ London, 16 December: A new paper by Dr Peter Lee and published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation explores many of the ethical disputes that characterise climate science and policy in the twenty-first century. “Science has spoken. There is no ambiguity…