Compare policies: Labor takes $900 per house to reduce CO2, Coalition $100 « JoNova
[Don Young] writes from the perspective of a person concerned about CO2 levels, looking for the most economically efficient methods to reduce emissions. It’s safe to say he hasn’t read a lot of what’s on this site, but in the spirit of promoting logical analysis (starting from the basis that CO2 should be reduced) I found his thoughts, especially on costs, interesting.Heatwaves Much Worse In 1930’s Say EPA | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
[EPA] Heat waves were frequent and widespread in the 1930s, and these remain the most severe heat waves in the U.S. historical record100% Of Climate Models Overpredicted Temperature Rise | Real Science
Climate scientists have repeatedly demonstrated that they don’t understand the climate, yet they want us to believe their latest crap about missing heat at the bottom of the sea.The Reference Frame: Pacific waters as an excuse for the warming hiatus
The more you use natural variations such as El Niño, PDO etc. to explain what's actually going on and what's being observed, the more important the natural drivers become, the more irrelevant the CO2 gets, the more the skeptics who claim that the climate change is mostly natural are shown to be right (many skeptics have talked about the important influence of the ocean cycles and patterns for many decades and most skeptics today are well aware about the tight PDO-global-temperature correlation in the last 100 years), and the more discredited the AGW doctrine becomes along with its defenders.