A Russian scientist claims global warming can be just a temporary inconvenience, since climatic changes show their natural fluctuating patterns and depend on our Sun’s activity level. A Research fellow of the Arctic and Antarctic research and science … [Read more...] about Russian Scientist: What Does Arctic Climate Tell Us?
Archives for October 19, 2007
Listening to the Speech from the Throne Tuesday, one could be forgiven for thinking that the Conservatives were copying Stephane Dion’s leadership campaign tactics of 13 months ago. In Dion’s case, he took his climate change phraseology essentially … [Read more...] about Listen to Scientists, Not Activists
Washington Post Blog: Last Friday, shortly after Vice President Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on global warming, we posted an item on a recently concluded court case in Britain that questioned some of the facts in his movie, An … [Read more...] about Team Gore Responds to UK AIT Judgment
Peter Garrett, Australia’s Opposition Environment Spokesperson, is reported in the Age as having said, A federal Labour government would commit $2million to a national plan to stop the spread of cane toads into the south and west of … [Read more...] about Campaigning Against Cane Toads
Science is the pursuit of the truth, not consensus John Kay, Financial Times, 9 October 2007 The notion of a monolithic "science", meaning what scientists say, is pernicious and the notion of "scientific consensus" actively so. The route to … [Read more...] about Science is Not Agreement on a Course of Action, but the Pursuit of Truth.
How can you predict global warming if you can't predict rain? Some say climate change is part of a complex natural cycle – so complex, in fact, that it can't be forecast. Are current climate models reliable? By Peter N. Spotts Staff writer of The … [Read more...] about A Balanced Article on Climate Models