Monday, October 07, 2013


The 'Science' of Global Warming, Part 1 — The American Magazine
[Kenneth Green] The media treats the claims in the SPM as though they were the results of rigorous studies subject to statistical testing, rather than bother readers with the reality that this is really just a large, highly selective literature review in which subjective evaluations by a government-picked group of climate experts rule the day. Decent journalists should know better: the Summary for Policymakers is, and always has been, a document intended to tell the narrative that the United Nations and other groups who promote catastrophic climate change have wanted it to tell. Nothing more, and nothing less.
Global Leaders Gather For Inaugural Arctic Circle Assembly October... -- REYKJAVIK, Iceland, and NEW YORK, Oct. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Rajendra K. Pachauri, Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and Nobel Laureate
Bangladesh sea level rise | Climate Etc.
Policies targeted at trying to help this situation through emissions reductions seem futile.
Sini, the quiet hero. | Greenpeace International
The UN recently published a new report about climate change which gives a dark picture of the world we are sliding into, if the trends are not turned around. No parent would wish this future for their children and no young person can face it with optimism.
...In Finland, a lot of our countrymen have judged Sini harshly, even wishing her time in a Russian prison.
Eric Pooley: Climate scientists are certain about global warming
those consequences will be stronger and more expensive storms, the spread of insect-borne diseases, longer droughts, worse floods and less international stability.

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