Posted 20 February 2015

 "People with different views of how society and nature work will differ in their perceptions of potential risks. But can the BAS [Bulletin of Atomic Scientists] seriously propose that a trace gas in the Earth's atmosphere necessary for life, carbon dioxide, and the Commun...

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Posted 19 February 2015

Professor Don Aitkin AO, Vice-Chancellor and President of the Australian National University, Canberra, 1991-2002, and holder of many high level positions in his country, has discovered a new blogger, Ben Pile, and reflects on that blogger's arguments that question much of...

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Posted 18 February 2015

Professor Larry Bell, of the University of Houston asks about: "The terrors posed by melting glaciers and rising sea levels threatening polar bears and Al Gore's new coastal California residence? And oh yeah, musntn't forget those historic fierst-time-ever droughts and tag...

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Posted 18 February 2015

Professor Garth Paltridge, former CSIRO chief scientist, one of Australia's  most distinguished scientists, has revealed in The Australian how the Australian Academy of Science has cherry-picked data in a recent publication about climate change. Professor Paltridge comme...

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Posted 18 February 2015

The study's author, Yale Professor Dan Kahan, says that the global warming debate has become so politically polarised that people pick their side based on politics rather than what they know about science. He says if global warming believers really want to convince people,...

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