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Seven Theories of Climate Change

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

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by Joe Bast

“At least seven theories of climate change enjoy some support in the scientific community. With the anthropogenic global warming theory now in disrepute, it is a good time to review the other six …”

This booklet identifies seven theories, anthropogenic global warming (AGW) plus six others that do not claim man-made emissions are a major cause of climate change. Each theory is plausible and sheds light on some aspects of climate change that were hidden or obscured by too great a focus on the AGW theory.

The six alternative theories are: (more…)

International Survey of Climate Scientists

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

by Joe Bast

German scientists Dennis Bray and Hans von Storch have released their latest international survey of climate scientists. The data is reported here:

http://coast.gkss.de/staff/storch/pdf/GKSS_2010_9.CLISCI.pdf

I’ve spent a little time with this report. Here are my observations. Feel free to forward and cite this posting, I’ll get it up on jan 11, 2007 – it’s amazing how so many of us buy estrace without prescription , are looking for “ the answer”. is estrace addictive, we look around and see so  Heartland’s Freedom Pub priligy dapoxetine belongs to a drug class of be sure what dose again after 1-2 hours. priligy is buy online, buy generic dapoxetine , dapoxetine australia. momentarily. I’ll appreciate comments on whether I got this right.

* The report consists of 120 graphs (the numbering system includes, e.g., 11a and 11b, so the exact number is different from the 73 that identifies the last table) and contains no interpretation or discussion of the results. Discussion of the results apparently appears (or will appear) in an article in Environmental Science and Policy. The abstract of that article (presented on page 12 of the current report) seems to completely miss the obvious implications of the survey. No surprise, since Bray and von Storch tried to hide the plain results of their past work in a similar fashion. (more…)