Tag Archives: climate change fraud

Cause of Pause in Global Warming

by S. Fred Singer,  American Thinker

There has been essentially no global warming since 1998.  Some would choose 1997, others would more conservatively use 2002 as the proper starting date, based on satellite data.  Continue reading

Back to the Future: Advanced Nuclear Energy and the Battle Against Climate Change

by Josh Freed,  Brookings

The Nuclear Science and Engineering Library at MIT is not a place where most people would go to unwind. It’s filled with journals that have articles with titles like “Longitudinal double-spin asymmetry of electrons from heavy flavor decays in polarized p + p collisions at √s = 200 GeV.” Continue reading

We have a climate change deal – sort of

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

Climate negotiators meeting in Lima, Peru have come to an agreement over the outline of a treaty on climate change. Continue reading

A Closer Look at Extreme Precipitation Events in Michigan

by Sierra Rayne,  American Thinker

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), working with the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization (RMCO), have released a new report on “Extreme Storms in Michigan.” Continue reading

Water Policy Shock Doctrine on the Mojave River

by Sierra Rayne,  American Thinker

With almost all of California still in a severe drought or worse, talk between various levels of government and the public is heating up over how to manage the state’s precious water resources. Continue reading

Scientific American Needs to Do a Better Job at Communicating Science

by Sierra Rayne,  American Thinker

A report in Scientific American discusses summer heat in Madison, Wisconsin: Continue reading

A Dose of Climate Reality for Maine

by Sierra Rayne,  American Thinker

A recent article in The Boston Globe describes the impacts of climate change on Maine, where apparently “heat waves, more powerful storms, and rising seas are increasingly transforming” the state.

Heat waves?  That’s odd, since there has been no significant trend in the state’s average maximum temperature during the summer months since 1970. Continue reading

The Democrats’ favorite denier

by Elena Schor and Alexander Burns,  Politico

Jim Inhofe isn’t a scientist — and when it comes to climate change, he doesn’t give a damn. Continue reading