Scientists Cite Uncertainty, Error, Model Deficiencies To Affirm A Non-Detectable Human Climate Influence

By Kenneth Richard Observational uncertainty, errors, biases, and estimation discrepancies in longwave radiation may be 100 times larger than the entire accumulated influence of CO2 increases over 10 years. This effectively rules out clear detection of a potential human influence on climate. The anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hypothesis rides on the fundamental assumption that perturbations 

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Pennsylvania Senators Unveil RGGI, Carbon Tax Legislation

Senators Joe Pittman (R-41), Gene Yaw (R-23) and David G. Argall (R-29) and other legislators today (November 19) unveiled and discussed bills that will be introduced in the Senate and House of Representatives addressing Governor Wolf’s proposal to have Pennsylvania enter into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). On October 3, Governor Wolf directed the Pennsylvania 

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Truth vs. Chicken Little

On November 19, 2019, Coalition member Jim Hollingsworth was interviewed by Beth Ann Schoenberge on the Commonsense Conversations radio show. Mr. Hollingsworth discussed the role of fossil fuel energy in the American economy, the flaws in the Green New Deal and the possible legal suit by the city of Honolulu against oil companies for selling 

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A Warming Climate Enhances Bird Reproduction in Finland

Paper Reviewed Meller, K., Piha, M., Vähätalo, A.V. and Lehikoinen, A. 2018. A positive relationship between spring temperature and productivity in 20 songbird species in the boreal zone. Oecologia 186: 883-893. Predictions of CO2-induced global warming have led to concerns that certain animal species will experience population declines if temperatures warm. In this regard, birds 

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The Nobel Prize In Economic Ignorance

By Tony Heller Oxford Economics and Bloomberg say greenhouse gas emissions might wreck the economy. Climate Change Might Hit Economy Harder and Faster Than Thought – Bloomberg Last year’s Nobel Prize in Economics was given out for the same idea. William Nordhaus said greenhouse gas emissions would lower corn yields. William D. Nordhaus – Prize 

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