Climate Politics

What Scientists Really Say About Global Warming

Here’s what scientists say: 2007: 101 key scientists contradict the IPCC Report. 2008: 650 scientists, over 12 times the 52 signers, dissent at the UN meeting. 2008: Japan Geoscience Union symposium survey showed 90% of participants do not believe the IPCC report. 2009: 700 key scientists sign the Senate report (Inhofe) debunking man-made global warming…

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How they are turning off the lights in America

by Dr. Ed Berry (posted September 2009) On October 31, 2009, the Columbia Falls Aluminum Company, once the largest aluminum plant in the world, will shut down because it cannot purchase enough electrical power. Based in Flathead County, Montana, the shutdown will cost American some industry and some jobs. How did this happen in America? America…

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Berry: Global warming is DOA

Letter to The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell, Montana, on Sunday, March 29, page C9. by Edwin Berry Through March 15, 2009, 14 major weather stations in Alberta recorded their lowest March temperatures since the 1880s. Canadian weather stations broke these records on March 10: Edmonton International Airport reported an overnight low of -41.5 C, smashing…

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Lindzen: Climate Science: Is it currently designed to answer questions?

by Prof. Richard S. Lindzen, Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Abstract For a variety of inter-related cultural, organizational, and political reasons, progress in climate science and the actual solution of scientific problems in this field have moved at a much slower rate than would normally be possible. Not all these…

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Ball: Maurice Strong Politics 101

“Global Warming worse than Terrorism”: By Dr. Tim Ball  Monday, June 23, 2008 At a 2004 conference of the Russian National Academy of Sciences Sir David King, Chief Scientific Adviser to Tony Blair’s government made the startling statement that, “Global warming is worse than terrorism.” He was right, but not as he intended. The false premise…