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Over the Top Climate Warriors Start to Acknowledge Adaptation

David Wallace-Wells writes Adapt or die. That is the stark challenge to living in the new world we have made. Is this more climate change hyperbole? We need to decarbonise and fast. People keep saying this, but then fail to … Continue reading

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Global Warming Increases Number of Intense Hurricanes

For years, there have been claims that global warming increased the chances of intense (category 3 or higher) hurricanes. Until recently, the NOAA had found no significant correlation between global temperature and intense hurricane frequency in the Atlantic, and only … Continue reading

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Environmentalists Continue to Lie and Cry Wolf

According to the Guardian, Adaptation isn’t enough: We’ve got to throw everything at the climate crisis. Is this really a crisis, or merely propaganda? I’m going to examine their claims. When we’re faced with threats of inundation, our reaction has … Continue reading

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Are Hurricanes Due to Global Warming?

People keep repeating the “expert” opinions that this year’s bumper crop of hurricanes are caused by global warming. The NOAA, source of the much of the data and the models that make up modern climate science, aren’t so sure. Their … Continue reading

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Politicized Science Hurts the Global Warming Cause

Zerohedge has a new article, Research Team Slams Global Warming Data In New Report: “Not Reality… Totally Inconsistent With Credible Temperature Data”. Is the study they cite credible? Are their conclusions reasonable? Let’s have a look. In the report “On … Continue reading

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Sea Level Increase Now and Predicted

The following graph was downloaded from the EPA’s Climate Change Indicators: Sea Level page. I then fit a straight line to the data using the GNU image manipulation program (the GIMP). Take a look: Between 1880 and 1960, the data … Continue reading

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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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