Obama Wrong About Extreme Weather

In his Weekly Address titled “Confronting the Growing Threat of Climate Change” on June 29, 2013, President Obama said,

“And while we know no single weather event is caused solely by climate change, we also know that in a world that’s getting warmer than it used to be, all weather events are affected by it – more extreme droughts, floods, wildfires, and hurricanes.”

Why does Obama spread fear and misinformation while proposing drastic policy initiatives costing hundreds of billions of dollars, all the while relying on false statements that are directly contradicted by the science? READ MORE…

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Atmospheric CO2, O2, and Global Temperature Not Correlated

A quick glance at the following graphs should make it very clear that there is no significant correlation between the three plotted items: global temperature and atmospheric CO2 in the first graph, and atmospheric O2 in the second graph. READ MORE…

Lowest In a Century: Global Deaths From Natural Catastrophes

The good news is that according to Max Roser (2015) Natural Catastrophes the current decade is very near the low point of the last century in terms of deaths from natural catastrophes. READ MORE…

El Nino’s Warm 2015 Christmas

Bernie Sanders and alarmists everywhere were very excited to announce that Christmas Eve was the warmest on the short existing temperature record.

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Disasters Cost More Than Ever — But Not Because of Climate Change

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Antarctic Mass Increasing, But Why Did It Take 7 Years (!) To Publish the Data?

NASA glaciologist Jay Zwally just published an important article “Mass gains of the Antarctic ice sheet exceed losses” in the December 2015 issue of the Journal of Glaciology, Volume 61, Number 230.

The question that immediately comes to my mind on reading the abstract is why did it take 7 years to analyze and publish data that has been available since 2008 and before? READ MORE…

Extreme Weather Is Not Increasing

Looking at the actual scientific data, it is quite clear that extreme weather is NOT increasing, so why does Obama keep saying that it is?

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