Hypocrisy poisons the climate policy debate

So you call yourself a skeptic?

Summary: We cannot make sensible climate policy because the public debate has become a food fight, with the stench of hypocrisy hanging over both sides. Here is another post in a long series giving examples. Perhaps public pressure will encourage at least one side to clean up their act. "Temperatures in Greenland’s interior have ranged … Continue reading Hypocrisy poisons the climate policy debate

Did NASA and NOAA dramatically alter US climate history to exaggerate global warming?

Summary: A layman writing under the pseudonym of "Steve Goddard" accused the US government of fabricating temperature data. Sadly it quickly went viral. Fortunately in this case some conservatives are criticizing their own when they make outlandish statements, something rarely seen in US political debates -- where truth is purely tribal. As we saw in … Continue reading Did NASA and NOAA dramatically alter US climate history to exaggerate global warming?

Climate science articles which you might enjoy reading!

Your weekly climate science reading recommendations.  This week the FM site provides good news for those worried about the melting polar ice caps and rising sea levels. (1)  "Defying Predictions, Sea Level Rise Begins to Slow", Michael Asher, DailyTech, 15 December 2009  (2)  “Sea Ice Ends Year at Same Level as 1979“, Michael Asher, DailyTech, … Continue reading Climate science articles which you might enjoy reading!