Sadly the "Spirit of Mawson II" was no more successful than the original "ship of fools"

Angry Birds to raise Global Warming "awareness"

Blanca Juti, chief brand officer for Rovio Entertainment, wants to leverage the popularity of their blockbuster Angry Birds game franchise, to raise awareness of “global warming”. According to Bloomberg; “You can learn a lot about the world around you from gaming,” said Blanca Juti, chief brand officer for Rovio Entertainment Oy. “Games talk with you,…

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Claim: Global warming will affect your taste in music

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t DailyCaller – British researchers have claimed that global warming strongly influences our taste in music. According to FirstPost; Fancy listening to the Beatles’ ‘Here Comes The Sun’ when you are grinding out yet another long, sweaty heatwave? “These assumptions we have about certain weather being good and certain weather…

Obama Expected to Bind US to CO2 Reduction at Paris Climate Meeting This Year

Guest essay by S. Fred Singer Much ado about nothing. I expect very little from the much-ballyhooed Paris conference: maybe a White-House claim of a “breakthrough” climate accord – but nothing of substance. In his State-of-the-Union address, president Obama again confirmed that “saving the climate” remains one of his top priorities. Yet an official December…

The Paris Paradigm: The What is your 'Skeptic Score'?

This essay covers the seven beliefs that are necessary for a Paris Protocol to make sense. The reader is invited to rate the probability of each belief being true. Using their probabilities the reader can then calculate their “Skeptic Score”.  The Kyoto Copenhagen Paris Paradigm The Seven Beliefs Required for Acceptance of the Paris Protocol…

Dr. Judith Curry's Testimony before the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology Hearing on the President’s UN Climate Pledge

Here is the content of Dr. Curry’s verbal testimony: The central issue in the scientific debate on climate change is the extent to which the recent (and future) warming is caused by human-caused greenhouse gas emissions versus natural climate variability that are caused by variations from the sun, volcanic eruptions, and large-scale ocean circulations. Recent…

Climate naysayers are giving climate skeptics a bad name

Guest essay by S. Fred Singer (originally published on American Thinker reprinted here with permission of the author. I endorse this opinion, though not the personal labels. We can all do with less labeling and name calling but for this piece I’m making an exception as it helps to illustrate the point – Anthony) Gallia…