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Mar 05, 2007
No Consensus on Hurricanes and Global Warming

CO2 Science

As a result of data and reasoning described in their paper, Klotzbach and Gray say they “attribute the heightened Atlantic major hurricane activity of the 2004 season as well as the increased Atlantic major hurricane activity of the previous nine years to be a consequence of multidecadal fluctuations in the strength of the Atlantic multidecadal mode and strength of the Atlantic Ocean thermohaline circulation.”

Feb 23, 2007
Inconvenient Truths: Novel science fiction on global warming

Patrick J. Michaels, National Review Online

Mendacity on global warming is bipartisan. President Bush proposes that we replace 20 percent of our current gasoline consumption with ethanol over the next decade. But itís well-known that even if we turned every kernel of American corn into ethanol, it would displace only 12 percent of our annual gasoline consumption. The effect on global warming, like Kyoto, would be too small to measure, though the U.S. would become the first nation in history to burn up its food supply to please a political mob.

Feb 19, 2007
Global-warming skeptics cite being ‘treated like a pariah’

Eric Pfeiffer, The Washington Times

Scientists skeptical of climate-change theories say they are increasingly coming under attack—treatment that may make other analysts less likely to present contrarian views about global warming.

Feb 04, 2007
Alarmists, just chill out

Joseph D’Aleo, Boston Herald

Feb 02, 2007
Delaware global warming skeptic stands pat

Jeff Montgomery, The Delaware News Journal

Dec 19, 2006
Where’s Winter?

Bill Fortier, Worchester Telegram and Gazette

Dec 13, 2006
Winds of Insurance Change

William Gray, Washington Post

Dec 09, 2006
Earth’s warming due to natural causes

Jonathan Ashbach, The Eureka Reporter

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