Tag Archives for consensus

Prosecuting climate chaos skeptics with RICO

Al Gore, Torquemada Whitehouse, Democrat AGs threaten to silence and bankrupt skeptics by: Paul Driessen It’s been a rough stretch for Climate Armageddon religionists and totalitarians. Real World science, climate and weather events just don’t support their manmade cataclysm narrative. … Continue reading

04. April 2016 by Jason Hayes
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The 97% consensus statistic is a “fiction”

This recent Wall Street Journal article by Joe Bast and Roy Spencer neatly debunks the notion that there is a 97% consensus view among scientists about the causes and expected impacts of climate change. Last week Secretary of State John Kerry warned … Continue reading

30. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Apparently there’s no 97% consensus at the IPCC

From WUWT – an apparent admission that there is no 97% consensus on climate science. Consensus? What Consensus? You’d think they’d be able to agree on this most important number. They did for AR4.

27. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
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The IPCC May Have Outlived its Usefulness – An Interview with Judith Curry

Coalblog readers – We have reprinted (with permission) a recent interview with Dr. Judith Curry, a climate scientist Professor and Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Curry provides a unique view … Continue reading

06. March 2012 by Jason Hayes
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