Category: "Science, Environment, & Climate"

Continuing the "climate change" debate with Yoram Bauman

Nearly two years ago, I had a fun online debate with "Standup Economist" Yoram Bauman about the science and economics of what was then called "global warming" and now (due to the absence of warming) called "climate change."  Dr. Bauman and I have decided… more »

Hickenlooper's global warming confusion

On Wednesday, the Grand Junction Sentinel reported on Denver Mayor and presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee John Hickenlooper's meeting with the National Western Mining Conference.  Hickenritter spoke briefly about natural resources, but...  … more »

Michael Barone on the religion of global warming

Michael Barone has written the latest in a long list of articles by many, many authors discussing how much the "global warming" aka "climate change" movement has more in common with religion than with science.  The article, entitled "How Climate-Change F… more »

Guest Article: Science and Diversity

Thanks to Mike R. for this on-target guest article.  It's not just in the "climate change" debate that forces of progressivism and political correctness are attacking the very foundations of science. I have always been a bit of an armchair scientist wi… more »

Antarctic sea water shows 'no sign' of warming

As reported in THIS article, a new study of Antarctic sea water temperatures shows that the water under the ice in that particular region is "very close to freezing" and is not melting the ice above it. Unfortunately, just like every article on the sub… more »

It's not just the British who manipulate climate data

Last week on his Daily Blog, climatologist and Weather Channel founder John Coleman laid out a devastating case against the "warmest year" claims of two important American organizations, NASA and the National Climate Data Center (NCDC). Not only do the… more »

Big day for Ross, journalistically

For the first time ever, I have an article on the American Spectator web site and a different article on the Human Events web site at the same time.  Actually, my Human Events piece is the lead story today.  I ask you to check them out and let me know wh… more »

Different issues, same M.O.

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French Supreme Court overturns proposed carbon tax

Last week, as something between a Christmas present and New Year's resolution for the French people, France's Supreme Court ruled that a carbon tax which was scheduled to take effect on January 1st was unconstitutional. The court's ruling was based on… more »

Don't be fooled by Senate Dems pushing to "drop Cap-and-Trade"

The Politico is reporting that Senate Democrats are urging the Obama Administration to stop pushing cap-and-trade.  If they are correct that "at least half a dozen" Democrats are against the massive tax on everything produced or transported using energy,… more »
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