Today’s ‘Climate Crisis’ Is a Fairy Tale

By Daniel W. Nebert For the past 35 years, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned us that emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, predominantly carbon dioxide (CO2), are causing dangerous global warming. This myth is blindly accepted — even by many of my science colleagues who know virtually nothing about… Continue Reading

The Tale of Two Summer Solstices

By Daniel W. Nebert Summer solstice is that time of year when our sun is “closest to directly overhead”; the next day it begins its gradual march toward winter solstice, when the angle of the sun is most oblique (for us in the Northern Hemisphere). Between June 14 and 28, Portland sees 17 hours from sunrise… Continue Reading

Opinion: What Causes Climate Change?

by Daniel W. Nebert “Global warming wreaks havoc in California.” “Ocean acidification will make climate change worse.” “Miami will soon be underwater.” “2022 warmest year on record.” Each day we are bombarded with scary news stories. What’s true versus what’s exaggerated? What should the average citizen “believe?” “Climate” is measured in 30-year segments. Conversely, “weather”… Continue Reading

Man-made or Natural Global Warming?

by Daniel Nebert, MD As a physician-scientist (and pediatrician), I wish to interject some scientific facts into the ongoing politically-charged “global warming/climate change” topic. First, the United Nation (UN)’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently shocked the global warming community by very discreetly announcing a retraction (27 October 2022) that “their computer-modeling estimates were… Continue Reading

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