Biases, U-turns, and the BBC's climate coverage
I get a lot of correspondence accusing the BBC of bias in its climate change coverage. While these readers agree that the BBC is biased; what they don't agree about is in which direction it's biased. Too much "scepticism", or not enough?
The Global Warming Crisis
Humans use lots of energy, particularly humans in extreme climates, and particularly in North America. A kilowatt is a lot of energy; for the entire United States, a total of about 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 Joules of energy gets used every year.
Negating "Climategate": Copenhagen Talks and Climate Science Survive Stolen E-Mail Controversy
Schmidt. Historians will see “that scientists are human and how science progresses despite human failings. They’ll see why science as an enterprise works despite the fact that scientists aren’t perfect.”
Does a Global Temperature Exist?
Does a global temperature exist? This is the question asked in a recently published article in Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics by Christopher Essex, Ross McKitrick, and Bjarne Andresen. The paper argues that the global mean temperature is not ...
July/Aug 2008 | Home Builder Canada
July/Aug 2008 - Home BUILDER Magazine - the official magazine of the Canadian Home Builders' Association (CHBA) - the best-read magazine in Canada's multi-million dollar residential construction industry. Home BUILDER Magazine is published bi-monthly and ...