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Climate Change During Geological and Recent Times

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Dr. Peter Ziegler presents this comprehensive review of climate change through geological times and recent times. Dr. Ziegler is a professional geologist and was a professor of Global Geology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. His key conclusions: IPCC underestimates solar climate forcing while overestimating CO2 forcing. The IPCC consensus on anthropogenic CO2 emissions causing global warming is not compatible with basic data and is therefore challenged by scientists at large. See also the additional notes from the speech balloons at the top left of most pages. Updated December 2011.

Climate Change by Dr. Neil Hutton

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Geologist Dr. Neil Hutton writes about climate change and how the IPCC has ignored or manipulated evidence to promote the AGW theory. Dr. Hutton shows that climate has always changed and that the Sun has a large effect on climate, while CO2 can at most have a minor effect. Climate Change was originally published as a ten-part series in the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists' monthly magazine, The Reservoir, in 2009. FoS thanks the CSPG for its permission to post this article.

Climate Change Reconsidered - NIPCC

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The 2009 Report of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), coauthors Dr. S. Fred Singer and Dr. Craig Idso and 35 contributors and reviewers present an authoritative and detailed rebuttal of the findings of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The report shows that CO2 is not a significant driver of climate change.

Comments on Endangerment Analysis for Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Alan Carlin, a senior US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) research analyst, prepared this report on the science of climate change as comments on the EPA's endangerment analysis for greenhouse gases. This report was suppressed by EPA officials. Carlin says the GHG/CO2 hypothesis as to the cause of global warming is currently an invalid hypothesis from a scientific viewpoint because it fails a number of critical comparisons with available observable data.

Critical Topics in Global Warming - Supplement to the ISPM

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This supplement to the Fraser Institute's Independent Summary for Policymakers (ISPM) proves that climate science is far from settled. The report go deeper into some of the key topics and provide even more evidence that popularized notions about the causes and consequences of global warming are more fiction than fact.

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