Tag Archive for Global Warming

Global Warming, Science, and Public Policy

Another good one from Steven Horwitz. This is a fantastic and brief read. In short, he makes two points: 1. You can concede that global warming is happening, and still have a legitimate disagreement over the popularly prescribed solutions. Disagreeing…

Lomborg On Feel-Good Environmentalism

Is the goal to do the most good for the most people? Or something else? Dr. Boudreaux comments. Bjorn Lomborg: Feel-Good Environmentalism at the U.N. – WSJ.com: The United Nations environment summit in Rio this week is a great example…

Is Apple’s iCloud The Cause Of All These Tornadoes?

I’m starting to wonder. UPDATE: Greenpeace’s math is wrong, according to Apple Why Are There So Many Tornadoes This Year?: The US is the most tornado-friendly landmass on Earth. We’ve got just the right mix of moisture, instability, lift, and…

ClimateGate 2.0 – Where Is The Science?

This ClimateGate business appears to be the antithesis of the science and the scientific method that the alarmists are often ranting about. It’s nothing short of disgraceful. These are must-read pieces. Why do these people still have their jobs? Scientists…

Interesting Thoughts on Climate Change

Not mine, some other guy’s. The title is a little over-the-top. But I think his comments are worth considering, at least add them to the discussion. And I realize climatology is not the same thing as meteorology, but I still…