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Climate Change/Global Warming Links to Websites

Below are links that might help to show that the human induced climate change hypothesis is junk science:

An Extract:

June 25, 2008
In the late 19th century, William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer developed what would come to be known as yellow journalism. By disregarding what had been standard journalistic methods, particularly in regards to the verifying of sources, these two publishers were able both to push their country toward war with Spain and dramatically increase the circulation of their respective newspapers…
Scientists, like journalists, are called upon to plumb the depths of the unknown and to fairly and objectively report their findings to their own professional community as well as the general public. Scientists, like the journalists of yesteryear, have specific methods for ensuring that the public trust placed in them is not abused….
Nevertheless, over the past several decades an increasing number of scientists have shed the restraints imposed by the scientific method and begun to proclaim the truth of man-made global warming. This is a hypothesis that remains untested, makes no predictions that can be tested in the near future, and cannot offer a numerical explanation for the limited evidence to which it clings. No equations have been shown to explain the relationship between fossil-fuel emission and global temperature. The only predictions that have been made are apocalyptic, so the hypothesis has to be accepted before it can be tested….
However complex the information may be, the standards are quite clear. One need not be a Beltway newshound to know that whatever follows the phrase “unnamed sources in the capital” or “rumors in Hollywood are” is not real journalism. Similarly, one does not need an advanced degree in natural science to understand that whatever follows the phrase “most experts agree” or “no one can measure the exact effect but” is not real science. In fact, if there is no possible way that a statement can realistically be tested, it probably fails to meet the standards for any professional community and is of no real use to the public…
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Mathematical proof that there is no “climate crisis” appears today in a major, peer-reviewed paper in Physics and Society, a learned journal of the 10,000-strong American Physical Society, SPPI reports

Good article refuting NZ Herald climate alarmist cum journalist Colin Barton on his attack of Professor de Freitas an Auckland University lecturer who says he is not convinced humanity is to blame for global climate change.

Steve McIntyre has an interesting mathematical conundrum posed by Pennsylvania University’s Prof., Michael Mann’s infamous Hockey Stick Graph.

Drs Willie Soon and David Legates explain in real simple terms what is happening to the climate and offer sound reasoning regarding the nonsense that human induced climate change alarmists hold to. It is a 2 and 1 half hour podcast.

An interesting blog regarding the ozone.

An article from AmericanThinker regarding Naomi Oreskes a  conspiracy theorist who co-authored “Merchants of Doubt” that attacks the credibility of Marshall Institute.

A very good paper dealing with the increase in ocean temperatures from 2003-2008 and the implications for falsifying the climate change hypothesis.

Karl Popper’s rationale regarding falsifying an hypothesis.

What the green movement is really all about

Professor Jones also conceded the possibility that the world was warmer in medieval times than now – suggesting global warming may not be a man-made phenomenon.
And he said that for the past 15 years there has been no ‘statistically significant’ warming. BBC quote




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