Monthly Archives: March 2016

Riveting Panel Discussion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2016
(March 31, 2016) The U.S. premiere of CFACT’s groundbreaking new documentary, Climate Hustle will take place at a Capitol Hill briefing in the historic Rayburn Office Building, including a riveting panel discussion on climate change featuring Gov. Sarah Palin and other notable guests.

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Fragile Young Minds

I had a most unusual dream…
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February 2016 Global Surface Temperature Anomalies Were Highest on Record, According to the UKMO

But Bob Tisdale would rather not believe it. He’s posted at WUWT his reason for believing it may well have been January 2007 instead. “The Bob” is always good for a laugh.

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Global Warming Basics: Loaded Dice


I read Shakespeare and the Bible, and I can shoot dice. That’s what I call a liberal education.
— Tallulah Bankhead

People have been playing with dice for at least 5,000 years. They come in all shapes and sizes, but have a common purpose: to generate randomness. When dice are rolled (or “thrown” or “cast” or “tossed” or “shot,” depending on your verb of choice) many results are possible, but what actually happens isn’t known until it happens. Dice (or one die, to use the singular) are the world’s original random-number generator. We may not know what they’ll give but at least we can figure out what to expect.

If they’re fair, that is.

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The Wall Street Journal, Climate Change Denial, and the Galileo Gambit

Here’s an editorial at the Huffington Post which I think is worth reading. Well worth reading. In fact, it’s worthwhile getting others to read it.

All Hell will Break Loose

Sea Smoke and Mirrors

There’s a new post at WUWT by none other than Albert Parker (of “making stuff up” infamy), a.k.a. Alberto Boretti. It’s about sea level rise.

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