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[22 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Awful Lot of Mistakes in Science Lately The Guardian reported yesterday that a journal put together by a climate scientist on sea level rise has been withdrawn after admitting that the true estimate of any sea level rise is unknown. In other words, the science of so-called anthropogenic global warming is all based on ideas, theories and computer models formulated by very fallible humans. The aforementioned article in the Guardian, in fact, quotes Mark Siddall of the University of Bristol who said, "[p]eople make mistakes and mistakes happen in science."  He went on to say that two technical errors appeared in the sea level rise report which were discovered after it was published.  ...

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[24 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) has asked the Obama administration for a Department of Justice investigation into global warming.  Inhofe referred to global warming as "the greatest scientific scandal of our generation."  In addition, Inhofe will ...
[23 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Klockarman over at the Al Gore Lied site has posted the latest AIT (that's An Inconvenient Truth) Index that shows how global temperatures have fared since the release of Gore's film of the same name ...
[23 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Thomas Karl, the man picked by President Obama to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Climatic Data Center, has been accused of suppressing data contradictory to global warming.  Roger Pielke Sr., a climatologist ...
[22 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
The Daily Bayonet has posted the latest in his Monday Meltdown series.  In this week's edition, The Monday Movie is online and ready for your viewing pleasure.  Bayonet has coined the term "iPuritans" to identify ...
[22 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
As if we needed 75 reasons to be skeptical of global warming but, hey, I applaud someone for taking the time to compile such a large list.  Anyway, many of the usual suspects are on ...
[11 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Never waste a good crisis.  Infused in this article from USA Today, the author mentions that urbanites are getting around easier after the record-breaking snow left D.C. crippled, a benefit of smart growth in cities.  ...
[11 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
The BBC is reporting that a panel of experts has officially initiated an investigation into how the emails from the Climate Research Unit appeared on the web.  The investigation will also look into whether the ...
[11 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Everyone ready?  The Daily Bayonet has posted his latest round-up that is link-a-licious.  From Al Gore's latest follies to scaremongering among the global warming activists and Bill Nye the Science Guy?  Plus, learn how bloggers ...
[11 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
The Heritage Foundation has a great piece that sums up what I've been saying for a while now:  whatever the circumstance, it will be blamed on global warming.  The most recent example is the Winter ...
[11 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
This is becoming all-too-common.  The community website of Bainbridge, Georgia, has blamed global warming for record snowfall in many east coast cities and is expected to move south into Georgia and parts of Florida over ...
[10 Feb 2010 | Comments Off | ]
In polar opposition to statements made by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. 15 months ago, who said global warming would mean no cold or snow in the DC area, an article recently published by Time ...