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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, April 10, 2010

Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, April 10, 2010

Last week's TWTW contained Fred Singer's science editorial on the report from the UK House of Commons Select Committee investigating ClimateGate. Fred termed the report a "whitewash." Fred's editorial was also carried on "Watts Up With That" blog by Anthony Watts. Richard S. Courtney, who generally ...

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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, March 1, 2010

Quote of the Week

"In Nature's infinite book of secrecy A little I can read." Soothsayer in Antony and Cleopatra, William Shakespeare

As the winter weather continues to rage in much of the Northern Hemisphere in ways not expected, this week we have not witnessed any new, remarkable revelations on ...

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Lord Monckton Politely Responds to a "Global Warming" Fanatic

Lord Monckton Politely Responds to a

I try to answer as many enquiries as I can from people who want to discuss "global warming". I wrote this letter in reply to a "global warming" fanatic who, it is not unfair to say, had never actually thought about the superstition to which he subscribes. Perhaps this letter will make him think a ...

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Abiotic Oil and Gas: A Theory That Refuses to Vanish

In the West it is almost universally held that all oil and gas is derived from fossils. This is not the case elsewhere, particularly among Russian and Ukrainian scientists who have, over several generations, tenaciously propounded the notion that oil and gas are abiotic, can be found deep below the ...

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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, February 20, 2010

The Week That Was (February 20, 2010) Brought to you by SEPP (www.SEPP.org)

Quote of the Week

Do not condemn the judgment of another because it differs from your own. You may both be wrong. -Dandamis, Indian Sage c. 400 BC

Perhaps the major environmental news of the week was a friendly interview of ...

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Special Edition: Phil Jones's Revelations and the The Meltdown of Global Warming Alarmism

Forget all you've heard about unprecedented global warming; global warming so rapid it can't be natural but must be anthropogenic; global warming threatening to devastate economies, ecosystems, and perhaps even human civilization itself; global warming on which "the science is settled" and "the ...

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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, February 6, 2009

The Week That Was (February 6, 2010) Brought to you by SEPP (www.SEPP.org)

Quote of the Week

"If the IPCC wasn't there, why would anyone be worried about climate change?" Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Science, February 5, 2010

THIS WEEK: 

The ...

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Plant Efficiency: Begin with the Right Definitions

Plant Efficiency: Begin with the Right Definitions

The race is on to claim the title of "most efficient coal-fired power plant" on the planet. However, it's tricky identifying finalists because of the widespread misuse of the term "efficiency" and all those nagging assumptions. Let's first establish clear definitions and then identify the title ...

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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, January 30, 2009

The Week That Was January 30, 2010 Brought to you by SEPP (http://www.sepp.org/)

Quote of the Week
I am compelled to fear that science will be used to promote the power of dominant groups rather than to make men happy. Bertrand Russell, Icarus, or the Future of Science, 1925

Less than two months ...

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