Category Archives: Democracy and global warming policies

Media failure drives climate change

Andrew L. Urban. Here in a nutshell, is the problem with the media’s coverage of climate change: on June 14, The New York Times‘ high profile David Leonhardt leads the online edition with an op-ed about heavy flooding in some … Continue reading

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Free list: climate questions for forgetful media

Andrew L. Urban Most members of the mainstream media seem to have left their list of questions on climate change policies on the bus. Ever helpful, and considering the relevance of the topic in this election, we have come to … Continue reading

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Unchallenged by media, warming lies burn democracy

Andrew L. Urban Mainstream media has thrown democracy under the bus. How well has the media done its job of holding power to account if after three decades of global warming hysteria, the deputy leader of the opposition – astride … Continue reading

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Empower the children

Andrew L. Urban. There is now a new and genuine, deeply troubling ‘climate emergency’; our children feel at risk of death by global warming. Bushfires, drought, hurricanes, storms and a world-ending catastrophe are rushing towards us. Their ‘home made’ street … Continue reading

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How many scientists do you need …. ?

Andrew L. Urban. …. to demonstrate to policy makers in words they can understand that CO2 is not a pollutant, nor a driver of global warming – with empirical evidence? Here is one more being exceptionally clear – not that … Continue reading

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‘Believing in science’ is to not understand it

‘I believe in science’ is an homage given to science by people who generally don’t understand much about it. Science is used here not to describe specific methods or theories, but to provide a badge of tribal identity.  Which serves, … Continue reading

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Mental cruelty on climate sinks to children

Andrew L. Urban. The mental cruelty inflicted on the people of the western world by dishonest, unscientific and terrifying claims about man made global warming has sunk to the lowest possible level: activists enlisting young children to spout their mindless … Continue reading

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An Incontrovertible Truth (or two)

Andrew L. Urban. My special address at the Katowice Climate Change Conference, Poland, Dec. 2 – 14, 2018: Hello, Al Gore; I hope you take note but no offence at the title of my address, with its corrupted take on … Continue reading

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Prince Machiovorrison of Paris?

Andrew L. Urban. Oh nooo! We’re doomed! Again. The US Global Change Research Program has this past Friday issued yet another alarming climate change report, filled with a prophesy of “devastating” impacts. Needless to say, CNN’s terrified online report on … Continue reading

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Mainstream scientists verballed on climate

Andrew L. Urban. No, 97% of scientists do NOT agree on climate change. In fact, “there is no merit in the claim that catastrophic anthropogenic global warming is the mainstream scientific position, i.e. mainstream science as represented by the IPCC AR5 working … Continue reading

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