Posted 9 April 2016

Discussing the threatened closure of Britain's largest steel works in Port Talbot due to inflated costs of energy, James Delingpole posts at Breitbart: "First, the green movement is ideologically opposed to Western industrial civilisation: so these factory closures are not a r...

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Posted 9 April 2016

The UK's Scientific Alliance has posted two recent commentaries that indicate a change of heart by one prominent warmist who questions the efficacy of wind power as a feasible solution to Britain's energy problems. The post discusses the differences between that warmist and Pr...

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Posted 8 April 2016

A new U.S. govt report paints a stark picture of how climate will affect human health. It says higher temperatures will be deadly - killing "thousands to tens of thousands" of  Americans. But as Bjorn Lomborg writes in the Wall Street Journal, the report ignores inconvient e...

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Posted 7 April 2016 

Swedish scientist, Dr Fred Goldberg is a climate analyst and authority on polar history and exploration. He was affiliated with the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) from 1969 to 2000, where he received his Ph.D. in 1975 and became adjunct professor that year. In recent yea...

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Posted 31 March 2016

This post is a lengthy review by Prof Cliff Ollier, of the School of Earth and Environment at University of Western Australia, of a new book by H.T. Brady entitled: Mirrors and mazes: a guide through the climate debate.** Prof Ollier describes this book as an analysis of how...

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