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CBC Exaggerates Climate Change, but not Sea Level Rise

The CBC’s recent article Climate change in B.C.: Here’s how 2050 could look cites the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium’s publication Climate Projections for Metro Vancouver which claims that “Global climate models project an average increase of about 3°C in our … Continue reading

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What the New York Times’s Climate Skeptic Says

When the NYT hired climate science skeptic Bret Stephens, they were harshly criticized for the move, which was purportedly made because the paper felt that they had drifted too far to the left. Stephens published his first article, and the … Continue reading

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Bill Nye Fails to Rebut William Happer

The following video claims that Bill Nye “destroys” William Happer on climate change. Far from it. Nye’s argumentation is weak, and in places, flat out wrong. Happer begins: CO2 is not a pollutant; it is natural like water vapor. Plants … Continue reading

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How Climate Activists Hurt the Case for Man Made Climate Change

I’m going to examine the climate reality project’s The 12 Questions Every Climate Activist Hears and What to Say. Let me start by saying that by calling yourself an activist, you immediately give up any claim to an unbiased scientific … Continue reading

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My Answers to 20 More Questions for Conservatives

In his article Answering 20 Questions Liberals Wanted to Ask a Conservative,  John Hawkins provides a list of 20 questions submitted to him on Twitter, together with his answers. I’m going to reproduce the questions here with my answers. 1) … Continue reading

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Elon Musk’s Mediocre Talk on Climate Change

I’m generally an Elon Musk fan. I’m going to break down his talk on global warming here and comment on it. Elon begins by referring to the “climate crisis”, which immediately reveals his position on man made climate change. Since … Continue reading

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Why Sceptics Doubt Climate Change

I’m going to critique the article Climate Change Cynics: How to Effectively Communicate With a Denier from the website http://www.desmogblog.com/ to explain why those who believe in man made global warming have failed to convince the sceptics. For climate activists, the growing trend … Continue reading

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