Global Warming Today is Now Haunted by an Almost Unbelievable Deceptive Beginning.

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball Bureaucracies are ideal environments for groupthink because it is critical for them to eliminate any notion that they are unnecessary or that the problems might have a resolution. You control the story by any means necessary. Those involved in fighting the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) deception from the start, are…

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Climate change and dinner parties: a guide

A somewhat humorous guide to conducting discussions on climate change in a social setting Guest essay by Tilak K. Doshi It was not long ago when the rule for polite conversation at dinner parties was to avoid religion or politics. If one could not find a neutral topic, then the suggestion was to “talk about the…

Rejecting carbon colonialism

African Development Bank breaks with anti-fossil fuel banks to fund coal power, prosperity Paul Driessen and David Wojick We recently explained how Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) use manmade climate change alarmism to justify lending policies that reject funding for fossil fuel electricity generation, promote expensive and unreliable renewable sources, and thereby help keep impoverished nations…

STRAINING AT GNATS IN ANTARCTICA

by Keith Henderson As a car buyer, would you be willing to pay anything significant to get a vehicle with 0.011% better gas mileage? As a businessman, does a 0.011% change make a difference to your plans? Would you change your neighborhood of 20+ years for a 0.011% decrease in security risk, particularly if you…

Bucket list: Historic global ocean temperature data – the missing pedigree is a comedy of errors

By Hartmut Hoecht 1. Introduction This paper addresses the glaring disregard within the scientific community in addressing thermal data errors of global ocean probing. Recent and older records are compiled with temperatures noted in small fractions of degrees, while their collection processes often provide errors much greater than full degrees. As a result of coarse…

Latest paper predicting global warming “could be far worse than predicted” is so much hot air

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley USA Today, in common with most of the banestream media, appears to be temperamentally incapable of fairly reporting both sides of the climate question. On Friday July 6 Doyle Rice, its “weather editor”, published yet another “worser than y’all ever done thunk” piece, this time “reporting” – with his trademark…

BP data analysis: Global CO2 emissions 1965 – 2017

2017 Global CO2 emissions Guest essay by Ed Hoskins The following calculations and graphics are based on information on worldwide CO2 emission levels published by BP in June 2018 for the period from 1965 up until the end of 2017. https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy.html The data can be summarised as follows: Some initial points arising from the BP…

Analysis of James Hansen’s 1988 Prediction of Global Temperatures for the Last 30 Years

Guest analysis by Clyde Spencer Introduction There have been articles on WUWT recently, here and here, commemorating the 30 years since James Hansen gave Senate committee testimony about his view of the human influence on climate. Some apologists for Hansen have, without more than subjectively comparing graphs, claimed that his prediction was extremely accurate. The…