This WUWT article from 2008 was on Fox News tonight

From WUWT on March 16, 2008, we found this article and it is now just getting national news exposure. I’m bringing it forward again since there has been a lot of activity in search engine traffic that has found its way here tonight. Sean Hannity read from it during his Fox News show. Read the…

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Winter kills: Excess Deaths in the Winter Months

108,500 Deaths in the US in 2008; 36,700 in England and Wales Last Winter; 5,600 in Canada (2006); 7,000 in Australia (1997-2006 Average); Thousands in Other Developed Countries Indur M. Goklany Since extreme cold has gripped much of the Northern Hemisphere, some newspapers have been keeping a tally of the number of deaths obviously caused…

Cold Killing Iguanas

Extended cold could kill invasive iguanas Dropping temperatures slow down lizards Photo credit Bjørn Christian Tørrissen This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Official license From Sunsentinel.com With this week’s evening temperatures falling toward the upper 30s, strange fruit may drop from South Florida trees: non-native, invading iguanas that many residents consider more pest…

Gore’s a bust – a frozen one

‘Frozen Gore’ sculpture returns in Fairbanks to fuel climate change debate Fairbanks Daily Miner  | January 5, 2010 | Jeff Richardson FAIRBANKS – In what might become an annual tradition, an ice sculpture of former Vice President Al Gore has taken its place in front of Thrifty Liquor along Airport Way. The two-ton “Frozen Gore”…

Socioeconomic Impacts of Global Warming are Systematically Overestimated–Part II

Socioeconomic Impacts of Global Warming are Systematically Overestimated Part II:  How Large Might be the Overestimation? Indur M. Goklany A major argument advanced for drastic GHG emission reductions is that, otherwise, we are told, global warming will exacerbate the problems that developing countries already face (e.g., low agricultural productivity, hunger, malaria, water shortage, coastal flooding).…

London Times forced to recant ads touting NE passage

From WUWT on October 7th:  The surprising real story about this year’s Northeast passage transit: The media botched it One newspaper is making the most of this “first ever event”, according to a story in the UK Register: The Times has liberally papered London underground carriages with a fascinating new ad campaign. One poster shows a…