CHALLENGING THE SCIENCE BASIS OF THE PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT

Guest essay by Antero Ollila This rather long story is based on the research study be name “Challenging the scientific basis of the Paris climate agreement” published in International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management in April 2018. The Paris Agreement or COP21 (21st Conference of the Parties) into effect on 4th November, 2016.…

Looping the loop: how the IPCC’s feedback aerobatics failed

Guest essay By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley This series discusses climatology’s recently-discovered grave error in having failed to take due account of the large feedback response to emission temperature. Correct the error and global warming will be small, slow, harmless and net-beneficial. The series continues to attract widespread attention, not only here but elsewhere. The…

The IPCC gives us good news about climate change, but we don’t listen

By Larry Kummer. From the Fabius Maximus website. Summary: Now that the alarmists have had their day trumpeting the IPCC’s worst case scenario (it’s unlikely and becoming more so), let’s look at their best case scenario (hidden by journalists). The risk probabilities are asymmetric: the good news is more likely than the bad news. This…

Some Fun with IPCC Texts

Guest essay by Leo Goldstein I’ve already written about the epic moment, when IPCC apparently recognized that most of the recent warming had been due to the natural variability. Instead of telling that to the world, IPCC has just altered the definition of climate change in its Third Assessment Report (TAR, 2001) to include natural…