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Wall Street Journal: Climate Science is Not Settled

Steven E. Koonin — WSJ — September 19, 2014 The idea that “Climate science is settled” runs through today’s popular and policy discussions. Unfortunately, that claim is misguided. It has not only distorted our public and policy debates on issues related to energy, greenhouse-gas emissions and the environment. But it also has inhibited the scientific […]

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Ontario’s Predictable Energy Disaster; Mortgaged To Falsified Climate Science

Dr. Tim Ball — A Different Perspective — August 2, 2013 The Province of Ontario is a classic example of the damage done by the false science of global warming and latterly climate change. The major response was to abandon traditional energy sources in favour of alternate energies and Ontario followed that path led by […]

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Government, Weather and Climate Science is a Proven Disaster

Dr. Tim Ball — June 26, 2013 “It occurred to me…” At what point does the thick skin required for leadership become completely insensitive? Barack Obama’s draconian plan to stop climate change is based on the certainty of forecasts of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) under the control of the World Meteorological […]

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Blind faith won’t make gaps in climate science go away

Michael Den Tandt — Vancouver Sun — June 7, 2012 Here’s the irony about Canada’s two-decade, shambolic, inept, half-hearted and  contradictory response to the incontrovertible fact that the planet’s surface  climate has, over the past 150 years, warmed: It mirrors uncertainty about the  predictive ability of climate science. In a way, the chaos of our […]

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