Saturday, November 27, 2021

The Tragedy of the Climate Wars

Consistently demonizing those who think differently than you makes it harder, if not impossible, to forge alliances.

Environment Agency Stokes Flood Fears

Flooding is terrible for those involved, but from a nationwide wide viewpoint is no more than an irritant. To deliberately peddle the lie that millions of people could be flooded is contemptible.

New Study: Modelers Got Aerosols All Wrong…CO2 Climate Sensitivity Likely Another 0.4°C Overstated!

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By P Gosselin on 26. November 2021 Die kalte Sonne reports on a new aerosol study by Liu et al. The results are a major blow to…

Ridiculae: Climate Change Threatens Cranberries

Whatever the details, just remember climate change is bad for cranberries.

Help, what is happening with our universities?

By Prof. Dr. IR. Guus Berkhout This is an English translation of a letter by Guus Berkhout of CLINTEL that was published in De Telegraaf, the largest newspaper in The…

President Biden’s Latest Oil Directives Lead To Nowhere Very Fast

For the hapless American consumer, running fast enough to keep ahead of the US energy policy not only not keeps him in the same spot, as Alice found out in her adventures, but may well push him further down the rabbit hole.

Late Freeze-Up For W. Hudson Bay Polar Bears At Odds With Ice Conditions Elsewhere

There was so little ice on the west shore of Hudson Bay yesterday it is barely visible on the NSIDC global chart yet there was abundant ice in the Chukchi and Bering Seas and east of Svalbard in the Barents Sea:

New German Coalition Caves In To Greens

That means an awful lot of new gas plants will have to be built. There may be a lot of hot air and wishful thinking, but little evidence that this will happen.

Claim: Climate Fanatic Teacher Refused Kids Aircon

A parent is calling for an Queensland State High School teacher to be suspended, after the teacher allegedly berated and insulted their class, when the kids asked for the aircon to be switched on.

University of Texas Professor Demands More Renewables

According to University of Texas Associate Professor Fernanda Leite, last winter's Texas ice storm which knocked out the state's wind turbines and caused widespread power outages proves more renewables are required.