Click on the link below to visit the Express website to reaad their artcile: Climate change is ‘not as bad as we thought’ say scientists
Click on this link to read the latest Research paper titled “The impact of recent forcing and ocean heat uptake data on estimates of climate sensitivity“by Judith Curry and mathematician Nick Lewis. Published in the peer reviewed Climate Journal.
Click on the following link to visit the Watts Up With That website to read their post titled: Significant new paper by Nick Lewis and Judith Curry lowers the range of climate sensitivity using data from IPCC AR5
Source: Arctic Defies Fake News Stories
By Paul Homewood
“We have had countless fake news stories over the winter about heatwaves in the Arctic and record ice melt.
Meanwhile, back in the real world, Arctic sea ice is just where it has been for the last few years.“
Gregg Braden has a science and engineering background. His resume includes high level positions at Cisco Systems and programming Nuclear Missiles. He is also a best Selling Author.
I was amazed at the topics which he touched on. A great presenter. This was a live 2 hours presentation and he did not need any notes.
One part which fascinated me is that Greg Braden discussed Peer Reviewed Scientific Proof that Global Warming is Cyclical. Also that the Warming started way before the concentrations of CO/2 gas increase in the atmosphere. Yes, there is Global Warming. It is cyclical and “not Man Made”. Sure mankind may be helping it, but Mankind did “not cause it“.
He also goes into human ancestors. Humans are not genetically related to Neanderthals. Human DNA and Neanderthal DNA are very different. We are different species, and “NOT” related. That was an eye opener. He provides Peer Reviewed proof, that somehow is not making it into our Educational Systems.
Video is courtesy of the Bob Loblaw YouTube channel
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An Inconvenient Truth premiered on May 24, 2006 at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival.
The following are quotes from the Wikipedia page for “An Inconvenient Truth”:The film won the 2007 Academy Awards for Best Documentary Feature:
Sight & Sound magazine conducts a poll every ten years of the world’s finest film directors to find out the Ten Greatest Films of All Time. This poll has been going since 1992, and has become the most recognized poll of its kind in the world. In 2012 Cyrus Frisch voted for “An Inconvenient Truth“.
So, how accurate was the movie “An Inconvenient Truth“?
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Must View Video.
Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever‘s speech at the Nobel Laureates meeting 1st July 2015.
The following is courtesy of WikiPedia:
Ivar Giaever has said man-made global warming is a “new religion.” In the minority report released by the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in March 2009, Giaever said, “I am a skeptic…Global warming has become a new religion.“
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