CO2 Retains Heat For Only 0.0001 Seconds, Warming ‘Not Possible’

PSI October 21, 2019 | Written by Kenneth Richard Mainstream climate science claims CO2 molecules “slow down the rate of heat loss from the surface” as a blanket does. And yet the rate at which a CO2 molecule retains or slows down heat loss is, at most, a negligible 0.0001 of a second. A CO2 concentration of 300 ppm versus …

Hide the Decline

Presentation by Stephen McIntyre at the 4th International Conference on Climate Change Mann Satire Talk Part 1 Talk Part 2 Talk Part 3

The Case for Blaming Humans for Global Warming

Principia Scientific | Oct. 18, 2019 Written by Roger W. Cohen, PhD If 20th century warming was indeed exceptional, then previous warming episodes and all natural variations must have been smaller. Interestingly, in the first IPCC report of 1990, we saw this graphic (above)  of global temperature since about the year 1000. There is a strong Medieval Warming Period, a …

UN Climate Scientist: ‘CO2 Emissions Are Making Earth Greener, More Fertile’

Principia Scientific | October 16, 2019 Carbon dioxide emissions are making the Earth greener and more fertile, a United Nations (UN) climate scientist has said. In a paper for the Global Warming Policy Foundation, Dr Indur Goklany, who has previously represented the United States on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), says that the rising level of carbon dioxide in …

NASA Pinpoints Cause of Earth’s Recent Record Carbon Dioxide Spike

NASA Oct. 12, 2017 RELEASE 17-082 Image: The last El Nino in 2015-16 impacted the amount of carbon dioxide that Earth’s tropical regions released into the atmosphere, leading to Earth’s recent record spike in atmospheric carbon dioxide. The effects of the El Nino were different in each region. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech A new NASA study provides space-based evidence that Earth’s tropical …

Understand Climate Science Before Making Climate Policy

George C. Marshall Institute Roger W. Cohen, May 14, 2010 One of the most remarkable dynamics in the global warming debate is the response to the question: “Tell me, what is the case for significant anthropogenic global warming?” The responses tend to fall into three categories: One is appeal to authority: “All scientific societies agree that carbon dioxide emissions are …

Facts About Methane Ignored to Support Climate Narrative

WUWT October 14, 2019 Guest essay by By Walter Starck Science is, above all, a search for understanding based on a primacy of reason and evidence, with all findings subject to revision in accord with further evidence or more comprehensive explanation. The highest achievement in science is to discover a new or better understanding that can extend or replace an …

Greta Thunberg And Eco-Eugenics

Principia Scientific By B.E. Vaillant | October 13, 2019 Is fame random? Or, is fame the result of access to power? The recent prominence of Greta Thunberg is a case in point. Did she become famous for simply being photographed sitting alone in front of the Swedish parliament building, on strike for the environment? Or, did she inherit the mantle …