Open-minded and intellectually diverse, the Heartland Institute’s climate conference was science as it ought to be.
What a shocker!
Forty citizen auditors from 12 countries examined 18,500 sources cited in the report – finding 5,600 to be not peer-reviewed.
Contrary to statements by the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the celebrated 2007 report does not rely solely on research published in reputable scientific journals. It also cites press releases, [...]
In January, I told you about independent journalist Donna Laframboise’s one-woman investigation of that Nobel-prize winning UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on “global warming.”
She discovered, simply by using the report’s own built in search function, that some of the IPPCC report’s “peer reviewed scientific journals” were, uh, not.
Laframboise kept pulling the “peer [...]
Climategate U-turn: Astonishment as scientist at centre of global warming email row admits data not well organised – Mail Online
The academic at the center of the ‘Climategate’ affair, whose raw data is crucial to the theory of climate change, has admitted that he has trouble ‘keeping track’ of the information.Colleagues say that the reason Professor Phil Jones has refused Freedom of Information requests is that he may have actually lost the relevant papers. Professor […]
Would this adorable panda bear lie to you? (PS: send money!)
When Conrad Black launched the National Post ten years ago, as a more or less conservative alternative to Canada’s liberal/leftist daily papers, one of his first hires was Donna Laframboise.
Laframboise’s resume doesn’t exactly inspire your confidence, if you’re a typical conservative: she’s got a degree [...]
The United Nations (UN), once again, has egg on its face.
In 1999, a little known Indian scientist named Syed Hasnain engaged in “speculations” about the melting of the world’s glaciers. He wrote a piece in a popular Indian magazine where he described his musings on the possible effects of global warming. His central premise was [...]