From 1955 until I graduated in 1959, I was a student at the University of Miami. Those were halcyon years for me, enhanced by Florida’s famed bounty of sunshine and warmth. Born and raised in New Jersey, it was a respite from the Garden State’s winters, shoveling snow, and enduring the chill.
Tagged: Richard Lindzen
Environmentalists hoped the latest study from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) would finally end the increasingly acrimonious debate over the causes and consequences of climate change. It has had the opposite effect.
I’ve interacted with a lot of people on the skeptical side of the aisle and they are – without exception – good, decent, sincere and well-meaning folks. That goes in particular for the folks at Heartland.
Roy Spencer is a climate scientist at the University of Alabama-Huntsville who may be the world’s most important scientist. He has discovered scientific insights and theories that cast great doubt on global warming doctrine.
In today’s American Spectator, I outline the politicization of climate science, and note one of the media’s most well-guarded secrets: that scientists continue to poke holes in the theory of[...]
In three words: It’s about time. Via The Wall Street Journal and NewsBusters comes word that a notorious censor of Wikipedia’s global warming entry, British blogger William Connolley, has been banned[...]