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French Doctors on Yellow Vest Carbon Tax Protestors: “Alarming” Number of Injuries

Guest essay by Eric Worrall French Doctors have sounded the alarm over apparent rough treatment by security forces of yellow vest protestors marching against President Macron’s carbon tax. Doctors Say Number of Serious Injuries Inflicted on Yellow Vests Unprecedented Chris Tomlinson 23 Jan 2019 Doctors, activists and others are sounding the alarm over the number…

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Global Energy Balances … Except When It Doesn’t

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach. I came across an interesting 2014 paper called “The energy balance over land and oceans: an assessment based on direct observations and CMIP5 climate models“. In it, they make a number of comparisons between observational data and 43 climate models regarding the large-scale energy flows of the planet. Here’s a typical…

First detection of climate change on another planet?

Satellite data reveals Venus is going through a change in it’s atmosphere, and the driver seems to be the sun. From  the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)  part of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) comes this intriguing bit of research using data from the Akatsuki satellite. Akatsuki may have discovered why Venus’s atmosphere rotates…

A history of Dr. Ben Santer and his IPCC “trick”

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball I will not apologize for my outrage at being lectured to about my moral obligations concerning climate change from the likes of Benjamin Santer, from his position at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Ironically, and sadly, he is right that we need to address climate change, but for the wrong…

An open letter to RealClimate.org

Guest summary by Sheldon Walker RealClimate recently published an article called “The Climate Scientists are Alright“. The article is about the “climate scientist blues”. I posted the following comment under this article. ==================== Sheldon Walker says: ——————– I am willing to believe that most climate scientists are trying to do a good job. However, it…