Archive | August, 2007

Science Trumped by Human Nature

We have benefited enormously from scientific advance and its practical applications. Humans are the ultimate generalists and highly adaptable because they observe and learn. The scientific method takes this one stage further: we put forward hypotheses and do experiments to validate them. If the hypothesis doesn’t fit the observations, we reject it. But if it […]

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Poor African Farmers Evicted to Make Way for Carbon Offset Forests – A Note from Marc Morano

Note: Never mind that trees plantings to offset emissions actually makes the environment worse according to one study. (See: Carbon offsets ‘harm environment’ – BBC. The poor farmers are bearing the brunt of misguided and scientifically unfounded global warming fears and “solutions.” The other side of carbon trading Planting trees in Uganda to offset […]

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Next Ice Age Delayed by Man-Made CO2?

A news release from the University of Southampton, UK: Next Ice Age delayed by rising CO2 levels Future ice ages may be delayed by up to half a million years by our burning of fossil fuels. That is the implication of recent work by Dr Toby Tyrrell of the University of Southampton’s School of Ocean […]

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Clean Coal power plant for Queensland?

AUSTRALIA will have a blueprint for a near-zero-emission coal-fired power plant by the end of next year after drill tests proved the central Queensland coal and gas fields could safely store greenhouse gas underground. Read the rest of the article in The Australian.

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Survey: Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory – a note from Marc Morano

[Note: This is devastating new climate research submitted to the journal Energy and Environment, which continues to show how the entire man-made global warming fear movement is “falling apart.” See earlier EPW Blog: New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies Chill Global Warming Fears Breaking News: Excerpt: Of 528 total papers on climate change, only 38 (7%) gave […]

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