@NPR Bungles Sea Level Rise Story

Supposed threats to coastal military installations ignore science By Bob Endlich “Data from CO2 measuring stations and from the Sewell’s Point and all other tide gages may clearly refute these assertions, but NPR and its colleagues will not change their minds.” “The Sewell’s Point tide gage shows that the rate of sea level rise has…

Paris Agreement: Carbon Tax Elders Offer More Bad Advice

Guest essay by Marlo Lewis Jr. of the Competitive Enterprise Institute They’re back! The same GOP elders who have been pushing what American Enterprise Institute economist Ben Zycher charitably calls “The Deeply Flawed Case for a Carbon Tax” are now urging President Trump to stay in the Paris Agreement. Yesterday in the New York Times,…

Dr. Fred Singer on ‘Global Warming Surprises’

Temp data in dispute can reverse conclusions about human influence on climate. Guest essay by Dr. Fred Singer Exploring some of the intricacies of GW [Global Warming] science can lead to surprising results that have major consequences. In a recent invited talk at the Heartland Institute’s ICCC-12 [Twelfth International Conference on Climate Change], I investigated…

Study reveals climate shifts through the eons

From the UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND and the “climate change is not just a recent phenomenon” department. Shelf sediments reveal climate shifts through the eons Climate change around Antarctica can severely affect Australia’s rainfall and even influence the distribution of wet and dry zones across southeast Asia, an international study has revealed. Chelsea Korpanty of The University…

Climate “Dismissive”: The New PC Term for “Denier”

Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe has noticed that calling someone a “denier” tends to end the conversation. Her solution – call them an evidence “dismissive” instead. There Must Be More Productive Ways To Talk About Climate Change May 9, 20175:03 AM ET Rachel Martin talks to climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe, who stresses how unproductive it is…