Hot news about climate change. The picture rapidly changes as the curtains open on things long hidden.

Slowly the truth comes out, showing that the western world still has a vigorous and free flow of information.  Today we examine 3 stories. Remember the horrifying Stern Report? Watch this story for further developments: past warming exaggerated Quote of the Day, illustrating the political essence of the IPCC (1)  Remember the horrifying Stern Report? Increased damage from … Continue reading Hot news about climate change. The picture rapidly changes as the curtains open on things long hidden.

An army of Davids storm the walls of the scientific establishment

We all see evidence of the Internet unlocking information, making it available to the people of America (and the world).  And the Internet's ability to allow people to organize with a speed, on a scale never before possible.  The combination creates a massive potential challenge to our ruling elites.  Glen Reynolds (the "Instapundit") describes this … Continue reading An army of Davids storm the walls of the scientific establishment

An example of important climate change research hidden, lest it spoil the media’s narrative

 The big lie of the mainstream media narrative of climate science is that the issue is settled.  This is one in a series of articles showing the rest of the story, which is slowly seeping through the cracks into public view.  At the end are links to the FM reference pages about science, linking to … Continue reading An example of important climate change research hidden, lest it spoil the media’s narrative

George Will: climate criminal or brave but sloppy iconoclast?

Summary:  Pundit George Will published a sloppily researched and composed column about global warming in the Washington Post.  The response was a deafening call for his execution (i.e., of his career).  Through a stroke of luck so great it must be intervention of the Blue Fairy,  he may have accidentally stated the situation correctly.  This … Continue reading George Will: climate criminal or brave but sloppy iconoclast?

A reply to comments on FM site about Global Warming

The pro-anthropgenic global warming comments on the FM site (and emails to me) are so similar that a generic reply will save everybody time and effort.  This post examines 7 8 common elements.  These are general statements.  They do not apply to every individual comment on the FM site or to material elsewhere (in any medium). Pro-AGW comments often display … Continue reading A reply to comments on FM site about Global Warming