climate change debate, Tag

  • Marc Morano responds to climate-alarmist reporter’s attacks at recent 14th Annual International Conference on Climate Change
  • Cancel culture in climate change Wed, 8 Sep 21, 11:00pm
    A microcosm on the ‘morality’ of cancel culture: the aborted conference on ‘Global Warming: Mitigation Strategies’, hosted by the Italian scientific academy the Lincei.
  • Climate Change in 15 Minutes Sun, 5 Sep 21, 3:00pm
    This perspective has placed me at odds with the activist branch of the climate science community, who regard my perspective as inconvenient.  The academic political pressures from activist scientists and even politicians...
  • Perhaps the last word lies best with the towering American essayist H. L. Mencken, who wrote that “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing...
  • With uncertain climate effects, very costly abatement policies (applies both for Kyoto and Paris), overestimation of both the CO2 and temperature trends, low to zero estimates for the Social Cost of Carbon (if you use observational...
  • Climate Reflections Wed, 12 May 21, 11:00pm
    Many here at WUWT may have, as I previously did, thought that a ‘scientific’ rebuttal sufficed against warmunists (see footnote 22 to essay Climatastrososphistry in ebook Blowing Smoke for the precise derivation)...
  • The vice that is virtue-signaling Wed, 17 Feb 21, 1:00am
    One of the reasons why rabbis and priests have generally, and creditably, stood firm against totalitarianism – often at the cost of their lives – is that those who would direct and compel their fellow-citizens by fear...
  • The real issue is the magnitude of man-made warming relative to the whole host of other things that go on in the natural climate system. And then the bigger issue is really whether this warming is dangerous. You know, a certain...
  • David hopes to be able to get these posted on the White House website by January 20 (I presume so they will become a part of the outgoing Administration’s record) but there is no guarantee given recent events.
  • Changing Climate Debate History Thu, 7 Jan 21, 9:00am
    By Andy May While researching my next book, I found a bit of interesting deception on the Intelligence Squared web site. This is the organization that hosted the famous March…
  • The blame game Wed, 9 Dec 20, 1:00am
    An essay on how attempting to identify blame for complex societal problems can get in the way of finding solutions to these problems. What the climate ‘blame game’ can learn from the Covid-19 ‘blame game.’
  • CAGW failed ‘Predictions’ Sat, 5 Dec 20, 1:00am
    This post incorporates by reference (not by links [lazy me], just by key WUWT search words or other occasional generic mentions) many previous WUWT guest posts plus other writings that relative newbies can review for your...
  • Guest essay by Jim Steele The political genius of Abraham Lincoln’s efforts to unify the country during America’s most divisive time has been attributed to assembling a “team of rivals”...
  • Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on May 16, 2020 by curryja by Andy West Climate change affirmative responses to all survey questions are culturally determined, and across National Publics related...
  • From Dr. Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on April 17, 2020 by curryja by Andy West Probing the relationship between religiosity globally, and cultural beliefs in the narrative of imminent / certain global climate...
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