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I regard a recently-released 700-page document containing candid IPCC insider comments as Climategate 2.0. This gold mine confirms some of our worst fears.
A news story tells us we should believe a report because a "Nobel Prize-winning climate scientist" is associated with it. But the Nobel turns out to be the same Peace Prize awarded to Al Gore - and the report's findings are highly improbable.
In early 2009 the Los Angeles Times said hot, dry Australia was a warning to us all - and that things would only get worse. The very next year, dry areas were flooded and snow fell during the summer.
A hyperlinked and annotated version of the 2007 climate bible gives us new ways of viewing this document. Produced by two dedicated volunteers, it's a gift to the public as well as the research community.
The UK's Royal Society awarded an Esso Energy medal annually for 25 years. A short time later, when opinions on climate change diverged, the society began painting Esso's parent company, ExxonMobil, as demon spawn.
When five out of ten lead authors of an IPCC chapter have documented links to the World Wildlife Fund their findings lack credibility.
The video in which people are summarily executed for questioning the need for emissions reduction is being denounced by prominent global warming activists. Organizations that have aligned themselves with the 10:10 Campaign - such as Sony, Oxford University, and UK local governments - also need to distance themselves from it.
David Suzuki thinks women are capable of saving the world. I agree. But before we support him financially and in other ways, shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t we spend a few minutes looking closely at the kind of world he wants us to fight for?
During the first half of this month, activist-scientist-blogger Joe Romm described other people as anti-science on 16 separate occasions. This is the equivalent of a toddler calling everyone from the babysitter to grandad a poopy head.