On letters from climate-change deniers - latimes.com
Simply put, I do my best to keep errors of fact off the letters page; when one does run, a correction is published. Saying "there's no sign humans have caused climate change" is not stating an opinion, it's asserting a factual inaccuracy.Fixing the Facts 2 « Climate Audit
In the past, IPCC authors famously deleted data to “hide the decline” in Briffa’s temperature reconstruction in order to avoid “giving fodder to skeptics”. Without this past history, IPCC might be entitled to a little more latitude. However, neither IPCC nor its supporting institutions renounced such conduct or undertook avoid similar incidents in the future. Thus, IPCC is vulnerable to concerns that its deletion of SOD Figure 1.5 was primarily motivated to avoid “giving fodder to skeptics”.C3: The IPCC's AR5 'Modern-Global-Warming-That-Stalled' Appears To Be Less and Less A Result of CO2
As the charts detail, the CO2 impact on temperature degrees was 3 times greater during the early warming than the modern warming (+0.23°C per CO2 ppm versus +0.007°C per CO2 ppm). This confirms the actual climate science physics, while at the same time pretty much demolishing the fears of the totally speculative, failed and unsubstantiated "positive feedback" physics that alarmists continue to rely on.
Empirical-based science rules, no?