A review and commentary on topical matters concerning the science, economics, and governance associated with climate change developments.
By Alan Moran
1 March 2018
Evidence on climate trends and their effects
Work conducted by highly respected NASA scientist Roy Spencer estimates a maximum increase of 1.54°C in global temperatures from greenhouse gases, less than half that estimated by the IPCC modellers.
Compounding this, a peer reviewed piece on climate change finds the datasets used to develop climate models are not a valid representation of reality and, due to data adjustments that removed their cyclical temperature patterns, are totally inconsistent with published and credible U.S. and other temperature records.
Very detailed examinations of over 20 areas across the world has shown no increase in temperatures over the past 70 years and more. News followed about how penguins were going to be drastically reduced in numbers as a result of Antarctic warming. But according to the there is no such warming taking place.
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