Browsing All posts tagged under »Climate Change Consensus«

Sacred Peer-Review Takes A Big Hit

July 11, 2018 by


From the team at CFACT ~ Global warming alarmists suffered a big hit this week in their effort to deify shoddy “peer-reviewed” climate papers. Stanford University medical professor John Ioannidis, in an interview with Agence France Presse (AFP), blew the lid off the trustworthiness of the peer-review process. When the alarmist community seeks to push […]

Fake Climate News Brings Costly, Unneeded Regulations

January 24, 2017 by


The 97% consensus on climate change is bogus By Larry Bell ~ Have you ever met one of those “climate change deniers” that we constantly hear about? That 3% of scientists who don’t care about our CO2-belching smokestacks and SUV’s causing polar bears to hyperventilate . . . or accept human blame for those recent […]

Climate Change – 97 Per Cent False, And Only A Fraud Or Fool Would Keep Parrotting It

April 22, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Don Aitkin debunks the myth of the 97 per cent– again. If global warmists are capable of this dodgy stuff, what else are they saying that’s false?: The crème de la crème comes with the work (if that is right term for it) of John Cook, occasionally aided by Stefan Lewandowsky…In […]

97 Percent Of Climate Scientists Look Shifty

March 25, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Richard Tol, a former leader author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, says the famous paper claiming that 97 per cent of scientists back global warming tells us only that the climate community is red hot: Now almost two years old, John Cook’s 97 per cent consensus paper on anthropogenic […]

Climate Change Australia – There Is No Consensus

June 5, 2014 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ “Consensus” is not science, and this science never was “settled”. So thank heavens for a scientific association that defends science against preachers of a religion: AUSTRALIA’S peak body of earth scientists has declared itself unable to publish a position statement on climate change due to the deep divisions within its membership […]