A pdf copy of Ian Wilson's talk to the Lavoisier Group AGM (11th July 2008) in Melbourne, Australia, is posted at: http://www.lavoisier.com.au/papers/articles/IanwilsonForum2008.pdf Ian Wilson was born in Ipswich , QLD, in 1955. He graduated in … [Read more...] about An Alternative Explanation of Climate Change
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New data shows that Bangladesh's landmass is increasing, contradicting forecasts that the South Asian nation will be under the waves by the end of the century, experts say. Scientists from the Dhaka-based Center for Environment and Geographic … [Read more...] about Hansen and the IPCC Wrong Again: Bangladesh Gaining Land, Not Losing
HOUSTON (Reuters) - A drop in wind generation late on Tuesday, coupled with colder weather, triggered an electric emergency that caused the Texas grid operator to cut service to some large customers, the grid agency said on Wednesday. Electric … [Read more...] about Gone with the Wind
Birmingham University (UK) has seen fit to publicise an article by Jean-Francois Mouhot from the Modern History Department entitled, 'Free the Planet,' which is published in the journal History Today. The University Media Release follows: Slaves to … [Read more...] about Slaves to Fossil Fuels?
A new paper by Demetris Koutsoyiannis et al has been published, which demonstrates that climate models have no predictive value. The full paper entitled, 'On the Credibility of Climate Predictions' is published in the Journal of Hydrological … [Read more...] about New Paper Demonstrates Lack of Credibility for Climate Model Predictions
I was interviewed by journalist John Stewart on ABC TV’s Lateline program tonight. The segment was about global warming with a focus on blogging. Mr Stewart made the claim that the only place where the science is still debated is on the internet … [Read more...] about Join the Bloggers: Check the Temperature Data