Climate

The Logical Case against Climate Panic

Logic is the heartbeat of all true learning – the soul of the Classics, the Sciences and Religion. Once everyone studied the Classics, to know that in logic there is a difference between true and false; the Sciences, to discern where it lies; and Religion, to appreciate why it matters. Today, few study all three empires of the mind. Fewer study the ordered beauty of the logic at their heart.

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A Nobel Prize For Inanity

Last week, the prison population in England and Wales exceeded capacity. Rather than addressing the main causes of this increase, namely, the abandonment of traditional values and the collapse of the two parent family, the principal concern of the government seems to be that imprisoning more people will increase anthropogenic …

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On the carbon footprint of cranberry sauce

Researchers from the University of Manchester, have calculated that the Carbon cost of the UK Christmas dinner is equivalent to 6,000 car journeys around the world or 51,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide. The cranberry sauce alone, normally imported from North America, contributes half the carbon footprint related to transport. 

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Physicist blames Christians for global warming

“Pagan emptiness and fears about nature have led to hysteric and extreme claims about global warming. In the past, pagans sacrificed animals and even humans in vain attempts to placate capricious and cruel gods. Today they demand a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.” —George Cardinal Pell

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Debate with a Warmist

“Global warming is a false myth and every serious person and scientist says so. It is not fair to refer to the U.N. panel. IPCC is not a scientific institution: it’s a political body, a sort of non-government organization of green flavor. It’s neither a forum of neutral scientists nor …

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A Fable of Global Warming

A parable to illustrate that the same set of data can be compatible with both alleged global warming and cooling simultaneously, ergo, proving that both sides in this nonsensical debate are correct. On a certain planet called X, the average temperature had been a steady 16° X for as long …

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On the ordinality of temperature.

As noted in [4], the non existence of a global mean surface temperature follows from the fact that temperature is an ordinal random and not interval as claimed in some statistics texts. As illustrated in [3] the same data set can consistent with both warming and cooling. The purpose of …

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On the non existence of a global mean surface temperature I.

“… On principle it is quite wrong to try founding a theory on observable magnitudes alone. In reality the very opposite happens. It is theory which decides what we can observe.” — Albert Einstein. To fully appreciate the controversy surrounding theories of global warming, it is first necessary to understand …

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