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S. Fred Singer responds to NYT Op-Ed

Letter to NYT July 13, 2016 In the New York Times July 12 op-ed, “Another Inconvenient Truth: It’s Hard to Agree How to Fight Climate Change” John Schwartz does a fine job of describing the splintering of the community of Global Warming alarmists over issues like nuclear energy and natural gas (methane). He suggests but…

What hibernating toads tell us about climate. CREDIT David Green, McGill University

What hibernating toads tell us about climate (nothing)

From MCGILL UNIVERSITY and the “30 years defines a climate trend and 24 years defines toad trend department” comes this dreck. I call bullshit. 24-year study of spring emergence of Fowler’s Toads creates model for predicting climate-change effects The ability to predict when toads come out of hibernation in southern Canada could provide valuable insights…

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Attempt by AAAS at climate consensus underscores the fact the ‘science is not a democracy’

From the “so what?” department and the American Association for the Advancement of Science via Eurekalert: Thirty-one top scientific societies speak with one voice on global climate change In a consensus letter to U.S. policymakers, a partnership of 31 leading nonpartisan scientific societies today reaffirmed the reality of human-caused climate change, noting that greenhouse gas…

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 Actual press release: “Policy makers and ecologists must develop a more constructive dialogue to save the planet”

From the talk not action department and TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN comes this laughable press release: Policy makers and ecologists must develop a more constructive dialogue to save the planet Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday July 19, 2016 – An international consensus demands human impacts on the environment “sustain”, “maintain”, “conserve”, “protect”, “safeguard”, and “secure” it, keeping it within…