About those chalk white cliffs

About those chalk white cliffs

The English Channel and the coast of Sussex England Bud Bromley | June 25, 2022 We should not rely on estimates of human CO2 from fossil fuels to calculate atmospheric CO2.  These data can only be used for the very broadest estimate of trend direction.  This is not meant as a critique of the long and diligent curation of these …

Demolishing the Infinite CO2 Argument

Demolishing the Infinite CO2 Argument

FrontPage Mag by Daniel Greenfield | June 24, 2022 A crisis requires a perpetual atmosphere of fear and the insistence that things are getting worse and worse all the time. “We have already poisoned the atmosphere, we have to repair and heal the Earth and the only way to do that is to remove carbon dioxide permanently,” Energy Secretary Jennifer …

BBC’s Institutional Alarmism

Not a Lot of People Know That By Paul Homewood | June 13, 2022 I’ve now had a chance to write a fuller account of my new paper on the BBC: The BBC has been accused of institutional alarmism in a new report published by Net Zero Watch. It reveals the BBC’s persistent exaggeration and false information when it comes …

A conservative calculation of specific impulse for CO2

Bud Bromley | June 11, 2022 Richard Feynman frequently reminded us, “If it disagrees with experiment it is wrong. In that simple statement is the key to science. It does not make any difference how beautiful your guess is. It does not make any difference how smart you are, who made the guess, or what his name is – if …

Energy Crisis Is A Taste Of What The IEA Has In Store For Us

Energy Crisis Is A Taste Of What The IEA Has In Store For Us

Not a Lot of People Know That By Paul Homewood | June 11, 2022 Biden may call it the “Putin price hike”, but the root cause of our energy crisis has been festering for a few years now. Tilak Doshi details how the oil and gas sector in the West has been starved of investment in this Forbes article. Governmental …

A Global ESG System Is Almost Here. We Should Be Worried

By Jack McPherrin | May 28, 2022 Day two of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland started off on a concerning note. Some of the chief architects of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) scores met during a session called “Global ESG for Global Resilience,” and have clearly decided to double down on their objective for a …

Ocean carbon uptake widely underestimated

Phys.org by University of Exeter | September 4, 2020 The world’s oceans soak up more carbon than most scientific models suggest, according to new research. Previous estimates of the movement of carbon (known as “flux”) between the atmosphere and oceans have not accounted for temperature differences at the water’s surface and a few metres below. The new study, led by …

The CO2 tempest in a teapot scandal

The CO2 tempest in a teapot scandal

Bud Bromley May 11, 2022 CO2 “crisis” is a “tempest in a teapot” or a “storm in a teacup.” “Excitabat fluctus in simpulo” ~ Cicero, in De Legibus, circa 52 BC Consider a pot of boiling water.  If more water is added to the pot, the boiling point of the water does not change.  The time required to boil the …