AAAS Apologizes — Rightfully So

Brief by Kip Hansen American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)  has apologized for emailing out a fund-raising promotion that was misleading and apparently politically motivated — that is, they have apologized to me, personally, when I contacted them with an email questioning the content of the email.   In case you have forgotten, the…

Protocol-Breaches in Climate Change Science: Indulging Unproved Hypotheses

Guest essay by Ian McCandless This article concerns not the science of Climate Change directly; but rather the issue of science-ethics and protocols, which have been severely breached from Square One regarding it. AGW proponents have given various arguments for why the standard scientific method does not pertain to their alleged scientific claims: from falsely…

Group of orange fungi photographed at the King's Landing Historical Settlement in Prince William, New Brunswick, Canada.

Laundry Warriors Seeking the Perfect Climate Mushroom

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Worried about all the strange biological additives in your laundry liquid? Its about to get a lot weirder. Fighting Climate Change, One Laundry Load at a Time Experts in the study of fungi are playing a bigger role in improving laundry detergents and, by extension, leading efforts to cut energy…

Core of climate science is in the real-world data

The following was provided by Dr. Willie Soon, reproduced with permission from Dr Ian Flanigan. The Coalition referenced in the post is the current Australian Government, a Coalition between the Liberal and National parties. Core of climate science is in the real-world data by Dr Ian Flanigan News Weekly, November 18, 2017 The Government continues…

An indicator of rock bottom for the solar minimum

Solar minimum surprisingly constant More than half a century of observation yields new discovery NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF NATURAL SCIENCES Using more than half a century of observations, Japanese astronomers have discovered that the microwaves coming from the Sun at the minimums of the past five solar cycles have been the same each time, despite large…

Scottish Shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis)

Study: Warmer Water is Pressuring Scottish Shags

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A new study claims that Scottish sea birds are being forced to diversify their diet by a shortage of their favourite prey species. But in my opinion the study ignores other issues, such as chemical pollution and long term radioactive contamination in regions adjacent to the study location. Warmer water…