Eye-roller study: “Climate change denial strongly linked to right-wing nationalism”

From the “Nuttier than Lewandowsky” department. With Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, as a hub, the world’s first global research network into climate change denial has now been established. Building on a brand-new research publication showing the links between conservatism, xenophobia and climate change denial, the network will study how the growth of right-wing nationalism…

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Temperature tampering temper tantrums

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Commenters on my recent threads explaining the gaping error my team has found in official climatology’s definition of “temperature feedback” have asked whether I will update my series pointing out the discrepancy between the overblown predictions in IPCC’s First Assessment Report of 1990 on which the climate scam was based…

Bloomberg Oil Strategist: “Oil Prices Are Down. Nobody Told the Gas Pumps”… Next Time, Maybe Do a Little Research!

  Guest Bloomberg Oil Strategist Correcting by David Middleton Oil Prices Are Down. Nobody Told the Gas Pumps Julian Lee 19 August 2018 (Bloomberg Opinion) — Oil’s popularity isn’t what it used to be. […] Although dollar-denominated crude prices are currently around 40 percent below their level just before the 2014 price crash, the same…

NASA’s “OMG” climate campaign

From NASA JPL and the “Do you listen to yourselves when you make acronyms?” department. by Carol Rasmussen NASA’s Earth Science News Team With a new research plane and a new base to improve its chances of outsmarting Atlantic hurricanes, NASA’s Oceans Melting Greenland campaign takes to the sky this week for its third year…

False Consensus: The Onion Spoofs Climate Science

Guest essay by Robert Bradley Jr. The Onion’s recent satire on climate science, “Climate Researchers Warn Only Hope For Humanity Now Lies In Possibility They Making All Of This Up,” presents a paradox worth solving. “Saying the time to act has come and gone,” the piece begins, “a group of researchers from the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel…