Advice : the Viscount Monckton of Brenchley

SUMMARY I am asked to consider whether The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley was correct when, in a recent radio interview in Australia, he answered the question “Are you a member of the House of Lords?” by saying, “Yes, but without the right to sit or vote.” My conclusion is that Lord Monckton’s answer was and is correct at all points. …

How Busy Was the 2020 Hurricane Season?

How Busy Was the 2020 Hurricane Season?

By Neil L. Frank | December 11, 2020 The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, with 30 named storms, is going down in the record books as having the most named storms of any season on record. But are we comparing apples and apples—or apples and oranges? Some people blame the recent increase in named storms—tropical storms and hurricanes—on global warming, and …

The U. S. Has No Business in the Paris Climate Accords

Shale Magazine By: Tom D. Tamarkin & Foster Friess December 19, 2020 In March 2019, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled the Climate Action Now Act which was a bill that essentially forbids the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accords. At the same time Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer announced a new Democratic committee on climate change that …

Study suggests no more CO2 warming

Study suggests no more CO2 warming

CFact | By David Wojick | October 26th, 2020 Precision research by physicists William Happer and William van Wijngaarden has determined that the present levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide and water vapor are almost completely saturated. In radiation physics the technical term “saturated” implies that adding more molecules will not cause more warming. In plain language this means that from …

The truth behind renewable energy

The truth behind renewable energy

Can renewable energy sources supply the world with a large share of the energy it requires? While some environmentalists advocate the total replacement of fossil fuels by solar, wind and battery power, Dr Lars Schernikau explains why this is impossible. by Dr. Lars Schernikau, HMS Bergbau Group, Germany & Singapore Download the Full Article   Photo: A young man burning …

Emergency and Continuous Exposure Guidance Levels for Selected Submarine Contaminants: Volume 1 (2007)

Emergency and Continuous Exposure Guidance Levels for Selected Submarine Contaminants: Volume 1 (2007)

The National Academies Press 3 Carbon Dioxide This chapter summarizes the relevant epidemiologic and toxicologic studies on carbon dioxide (CO2). Selected chemical and physical properties, toxicokinetic and mechanistic data, and inhalation exposure levels from the National Research Council (NRC) and other agencies are also presented. The subcommittee considered all of that information in its evaluation of the Navy’s current and …

Study: Renewable Energy does Nothing to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Study: Renewable Energy does Nothing to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Eric Worrall | Oct. 14, 2020 Photo: Dr. Willie Soon h/t Dr. Willie Soon / James Delingpole / Breitbart; A group of high profile scientists, including Dr. Willie Soon, have published a meticulously referenced study which discuses the pros and cons of various CO2 reduction strategies. The abstract of the study; Energy and Climate Policy—An Evaluation of Global Climate Change …

Greenland and the 1950s Climate Consensus

Greenland and the 1950s Climate Consensus

WUWT October 13, 2020 What’s Natural? by Jim Steele Glaciers around the world reached their greatest size in four thousand years by 1850. Then abruptly the world began to warm. Arctic sea ice lost 40% of its thickness by 1940. Around the Arctic island of Spitsbergen melting sea ice allowed shipping season to lengthen from 3 months to 7 by …

Revising evidence of hurricane strikes on Abaco Island (The Bahamas) over the last 700 years

Revising evidence of hurricane strikes on Abaco Island (The Bahamas) over the last 700 years

Tyler S. Winkler, Peter J. van Hengstum, Jeffrey P. Donnelly, Elizabeth J. Wallace, Richard M. Sullivan, Dana MacDonald & Nancy A. Albury Scientific Reports volume 10, Article number: 16556 (2020) Abstract The northern Bahamas have experienced more frequent intense-hurricane impacts than almost anywhere else in the Atlantic since 1850 CE. In 2019, category 5 (Saffir-Simpson scale) Hurricane Dorian demonstrated the destructive potential of …