September 17, 2019
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Don’t Let Your Daughters Grow Up to Be This Kind of...

A new essay in the peer-reviewed literature searches for the secret formula by which to manipulate public opinion.

Two Views on Science, Pollution & Pristine Lakes

Canadian greens say lake-destroying research is all about science - but how do we know for sure?

A Normal Day in Climate Science

Don't believe everything you read - especially about the supposed link between global warming and natural disasters.

The Secret Santa Leak: Translations & IPCC Reaction

The IPCC's response to the leak of three data sticks is typical of that organization. It expects us to accept its version of reality at face value. Its statement provides no opportunity for the public to draw its own conclusions.

Interviews

Links to two recent interviews with yours truly. One was conducted via e-mail and the other is a 40-minute audio interview.

Pachauri’s Rhetoric vs Reality

The chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has systematically misled us regarding the quality and kind of material his organization consults.

Peer-Reviewed Medical Research Critiqued

An opinion piece in Scientific America alleges that, over the long term, a great deal of scientific research turns out not to be true. Independent replication of research findings is apparently far less common than we think.

IPCC: Screw the Rules

Last year a committee investigating the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change told it to pull up it socks and to start following its own rules. This week, the IPCC decided that following one particular rule was too much of a bother - so it abandoned it instead.

The Climate Caper

Written by a senior Australian scientist, The Climate Caper explores some of the reasons why official IPCC science has become so pervasive. For one thing, it's affiliated with huge government agencies employing large numbers of civil servant scientists.

Citizen Audit Anniversary

A year ago a group of volunteers from 12 countries struck a blow for truth-in-advertising. Our audit revealed that 1 in 3 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report references are to non-peer-reviewed literature. For years we've been told the climate bible bases its conclusions exclusively on peer-reviewed research.

John Holdren’s IPCC Myths

President Obama's science advisor says the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change bases its conclusions on source material that has been vetted in excruciating detail. According to IPCC insiders, this is bunk.

Climategate 2.0

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.