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Science paper doubts IPCC, so whole journal gets terminated!

JoNova — January 18, 2014 In extraordinary news, the scientific journal Pattern Recognition in Physicshas been unexpectedly terminated, a “drastic decision” taken just ten months after it started. The publisher appears to be shocked that in a recent special issue the scientists expressed doubt about the accelerated warming predicted by the IPCC. For the crime of […]

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“Cooling Down the Fears of Climate Change” — Exposing IPCC predictions

Matt Ridley — The Wall Street Journal — December 18, 2012 Forget the Doha climate jamboree that ended earlier this month. The theological discussions in Qatar of the arcana of climate treaties are irrelevant. By far the most important debate about climate change is taking place among scientists, on the issue of climate sensitivity: How […]

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After Sandy, No One Lined Up for Wind Turbines

Robert Bryce — Wall Street Journal — November 7, 2012 The greens want to go ‘beyond oil,’ but without it we’d freeze in the dark. Last year, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg pledged $50 million to the Sierra Club for its “beyond coal” campaign. But the mayor hasn’t—and won’t—be directing any cash to the club’s […]

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