Deliberately discrediting people in order to protect or enhance your business interests sounds illegal to me.
I wondered "How many skeptical videos are there?" and set out to find out.
The international climate machine is about to achieve a new degree of alarmist absurdity, basically speeding up as they hit the wall. It is all about the Paris Climate Agreement targets and it is kind of fun to watch.
John left a lasting legacy in his popular, yet educational, videos debunking climate change alarmism. John is a lot of fun to watch.
Call to action! Midnight EST on Wednesday is the deadline for commenting on the wildly alarmist draft National Climate Assessment. As I explained earlier this month here, commenting is pretty easy. Registration is simple and the commenting website works well.
James Hansen is falsifying climate alarm right before our eyes.
There are a growing number of books out that explain why people are skeptical of climate change alarmism.
Having agreed that the 2020 CO2 emission cuts promised under the Paris Agreement are not achievable, the might-be German government has tentatively committed to even less realistic promises for 2030.
The basic idea is very simple, which good scams always are. The Federal Government (in other words, taxpayers) buys climate insurance for specific developing countries. This insurance then pays for damages supposedly due to climate change.
A new lesson set called the Climate Change IQ (CCIQ) provides a good skeptical critique of ten top alarmist claims.
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) are going org-wide in their frenzy to promote climate change alarmism.
An unhappy WashPo is cause for encouragement.
The recent extreme cold snap brought forth the usual claims from climate change alarmists that humans are causing bad weather. One is tempted to simply laugh this stuff off, but these attribution studies are proliferating.
As a pseudoscientific advocate for climate alarmism the IPCC is unparalleled.
Here are a few glaring examples of a favorite climate fallacy: Stating speculation as though it were fact. Not surprisingly much of this junk comes out of computer models. As with the previous article, I am posting a few of the so-called "Key Messages" fr