Category Archives: Democracy and global warming policies

The sun, not fossil fuels, mostly affects climate

Extracts of Part VI of The Sun-Climate Effect paper by Javier Vinós & Andy May, published September 4, 2022 at judithcurry.com (see extracts of part V) demonstrate not only the vast complexity of climate science, but also that decarbonisation of … Continue reading

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When dogma creates hubris and passes for climate science

by Dr Javier Vinós & Andy May The following are extracts from the paper The Sun-Climate Effect: The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (part V), as published in Judith Curry’s Climate Etc, published on August 28, 2022. The 1990s discovery of multidecadal … Continue reading

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Burning biomass fuels climate stupidity

Andrew L. Urban Some of us have always known that climate hysteria causes malfunctions in the brain. (The precise medical term is ‘Subject Specific Stupidity Syndrome’.) Here are a couple of examples confirming this, both from just one week in … Continue reading

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Energy crisis – a failure to fact check

This is a press release issued by pursuedemocracy.com on June 20, 2022. Investigative journalist and author Andrew L. Urban reports.  “There is no climate emergency. Climate science has degenerated into a discussion based on beliefs, not on sound self-critical science,” … Continue reading

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Dear Anthony Albanese – please calm the children

Andrew L. Urban This open letter to you is meant to A) reassure you and B) ask you to in turn reassure Australia’s children that they need not live in fear of man-made global warming. I write in response to … Continue reading

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Green Murder – Plimer throws the (science) book at climate alarmists

Andrew L. Urban It runs to almost 600 pages and weighs 2kg. There’s no ducking acclaimed geologist Ian Plimer’s latest book of scholarship, Green Murder, ridiculing climate alarmists with scientific facts, calling their alarmism a murder threat. The facts are … Continue reading

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The shame under the blanket

Andrew L. Urban What a tragic shame that so much energy, time, resources and opportunities to really improve the lives of millions is wasted on trying to fix a non existent problem, represented by those fattened at COP26 in Glasgow, … Continue reading

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Climate change – the magic pudding of the warmist cult

Andrew L. Urban Once upon a time … actually, several times upon many times, climate changes have been recorded in geology, as any properly educated student and well informed adult knows. And for all the flapping about, coercive policies and … Continue reading

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COP this: owning isn’t everything

Andrew L. Urban Man does not live by bread alone, an early revolutionary once advised his followers. As Glasgow’s COP26 closes in on a discombobulated world, the climate mob’s feeding frenzy escalates, pushing alarmism to absurd heights. Even the Royals … Continue reading

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JCU wins court battle but Peter Ridd & academic freedom win on moral grounds

Democracy has taken a hit in the courts, but the wound should urge to make new laws to protect it better. Great Barrier Reef scientist PETER RIDD questioned the quality of Reef research: you might think that praiseworthy. It is, … Continue reading

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