Posted 3 January 2013

Here is another Hockey Stick that is statistically sound and far more important to human life—the correlations of life expectancy, total GDP per capita, and CO2 emissions. As Indur Goklany, former U.S. representative before the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, st...

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Posted 1 January 2013

This paper states that there are two strictly separate thermodynamic mechanisms at hand to explain surface warming. And hence we have a way to determine how the observed global warming of the recent three and a half decades came about. Through which of these two mechanisms w...

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Posted 1 January 2013

"Then mankind began to develop technologies to augment or displace living nature’s uncertain bounty. Gradually food supplies and nutrition improved and population, living standards, and human well-being advanced haltingly. The Industrial Revolution accelerated these trends....

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Posted 30 December 2012

This is the first of a two-part series in which Roger Andrews reviews the claim expected to be made by IPCC in its AR5 that global sea levels rose in the 20th century and will rise further in the 21st.

His findings: "What’s the conclusion? That there is no evidence to s...

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Posted 30 December 2012

High Court judge, Mr Justice Venning handed down his decision on costs in the case New Zealand Climnate Science Education Trust v NIWA just before Christmas (when media interest is non-existent). A copy is attached. In response to a memorandum suggesting that he recise h...

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