Six errors plus two shortcomings equals 49 former NASA employees with no climate science credentials damaging their own reputations.
When you look at the ice core record, there’s a significant amount of correlation between sea level rise and the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air at the time. But […]
Scientists, mariners, and weather hobbyists started directly measuring temperature with thermometers globally in the late 1800s. When modern climatologists want temperature data farther back in time than those first global measurements, they […]
Twenty years ago, on June 23, a scientist relatively unknown outside his field went before the Senate to give testimony about the greenhouse effect. Dr. James Hansen, of NASA’s Goddard Institute for […]
When we think about forests and global heating, we generally think about how forests sequester carbon via respiration and storage in their trunks and leaves. For that reason, we’re often told that […]