Facebook Censorship due to a Science Feedback “Fact Check”
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by Andy May
1M ago
By Andy May Facebook’s censorship is totally out of hand, and their “independent and nonpartisan fact checks” are anything but. Now they are censoring “Climate: The Movie.” The supposed “fact checks” provided by Science Feedback and Climate Feedback (they are two branches of the same organization) have been shown many times to be both partisan ..read more
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The Honest Story of Climate Change: Part 2: With a new course towards a hopeful future
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by Andy May
1M ago
By Guus Berkhout and Kees de Lange In the first part of this article, we argued that there is no climate crisis and politicians, climate researchers and journalists were urgently requested to stop scaring the hell out of the population and citing the results of dubious climate models. In this part, emeritus professors Guus Berkhout ..read more
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The Honest Story of Climate Change: Part I: Weighed down by fear and intimidation.
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by Andy May
1M ago
By Guus Berkhout & Kees de Lange There is no climate crisis, even if politicians, climate institutes, and the media would have you believe there is. Climate change is a fact, but it is a change as in everything changes, both inside and outside our atmosphere. No surprise! We will show that we should not ..read more
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Annotated Bibliography for Climate: The Movie
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by Andy May
2M ago
By Andy May Many viewers of Climate: The Movie have asked for more information on the topics discussed. In response, I selected the following 70 key statements from the movie and provide references and context for the statements here. Sometimes the statements are slightly paraphrased from what was said for brevity. The statements are listed ..read more
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Climate the Movie
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by Andy May
2M ago
A brief review by Andy May Update: Climate: The Movie now has German, Polish, and French subtitles available. More will be added. From the very beginning of this very well edited and produced movie (to watch on YouTube go here), we learn about the man-made climate change hoax or scam. We learn that anyone skeptical ..read more
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The Holocene Climatic Optimum and the “pre-industrial”
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by Andy May
2M ago
By Andy May The “pre-industrial” according to the IPCC in a footnote on page 43 of AR6 WGI is prior to 1750 for radiative forcings and before 1850 for temperature. Both dates are within the period commonly described as the Little Ice Age. The Little Ice Age was a brutal and a miserable time for ..read more
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A rebuttal to a critique of my Climate Model Bias Series
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by Andy May
2M ago
By Andy May David Calver has posted a critique of my seven-part series on Climate Model Bias. His critique is here. The first problem in the critique, and one Mr. Calver often repeats, is his presumption that I did not properly identify my sources. I don’t know how he missed it if he read the ..read more
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Climate Model Bias 7: WGIII
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by Andy May
2M ago
By Andy May In the previous report, part 6 of this series, I discussed the bias in AR6 WGII. The major bias in the report stemmed from ignoring the benefits of a warmer world with more CO2 and only considering the possible problems. They also assumed, against nearly all evidence, that extreme weather events are ..read more
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Climate Model Bias 6: WGII
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by Andy May
2M ago
The IPCC AR6 WGII report examines the impact of climate change, but ignores the benefits of warming and additional CO2 ..read more
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Climate Model Bias 5: Storminess
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by Andy May
2M ago
Does storminess (extreme weather) go up as global temperature increases like the IPCC says? Or does it go down as the data says? Plus, a summary of my criticism of the AR6 WGI report ..read more
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