AP’s Seth Borenstein gets something right (but only the date)

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley I often get emails asking me to comment in detail on an article on global warming that pretends the “problem” is worse than it is. Here is my reply to one such request. Earth is a wilder [no], warmer [no] place since last climate deal made in 1997 By SETH…

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Grant money panic! Murdoch buys the National Geographic

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Media giant Rupert Murdoch has just purchased the National Geographic. According to the Washington Post, Murdoch has provided the non profit organisation with a desperately needed financial lifeline; National Geographic gets financial lifeline from Fox in $725 million deal … Under the terms announced Wednesday, Fox will control 73 percent…

Bloomberg's made-up climate widget

Guest essay by David Burton Bloomberg’s Eric Roston and Blacki Migliozzi are just regurgitating made-up, model-generated nonsense, in place of real data. You want proof? Look at their graph of “greenhouse gases.” I saved a copy on my web site, here (with four X-axis markers spliced together from four screenshots). Here’s a shrunken version: ​…

The Guardian: Still hypocritical on pensions

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian has launched an attack on pension funds which invest in fossil fuel assets, accusing them of “… taking an ill-advised gamble on climate change …”. There is just one problem with this stern advice – the Guardian recently admitted that their own pension fund is invested in fossil…

Science or dogma at the National Geographic Society?

An a-scientific paper, poor contribution of NGS to the enlightenment of its members. Story submitted by Michel de Rougemont I just finished reading the article « The age of disbelief » in the March edition of the National Geographic. It is one of the most a-scientific articles about science that I ever could read. Joel…

Greenpeace enlists Justin Gillis & John Schwartz of the NY Times in Journalistic Terrorist Attack on Willie Soon – Miss Target, Hit Smithsonian Instead

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen I cannot bring myself to quote from this unconscionable piece of journalistic malfeasance: Deeper Ties to Corporate Cash for Doubtful Climate Researcher By JUSTIN GILLIS and JOHN SCHWARTZ FEB. 21, 2015 Instead, I simply let my title and the following excerpts from the so-called “supporting” documents offered by Greenpeace speak…