(CFACT: Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, www.CFACT.org; Washington DC)
Una sociedad libre y próspera requiere ciencia bien fundamentada, abundante energía y un medioambiente limpio.
Los grupos radicales de presión de los Verdes están actualmente teniendo mayor éxito que nunca al utilizar los medios para enlodar el discurso público en estas áreas claves con información falsa y engañosa.
Lamentablemente, en la era de Obama, están escribiendo con demasiada frecuencia su peligrosa ideología en la política pública de EUA.
El evitar la propaganda y la mala información[...]
The Medieval Warm Period in Southeast Uruguay … and Beyond (8 May 2012)
The results of this paper add to the ever-expanding body of empirical findings testifying to the reality of the millennial-scale cycling of the planet’s climate, which after the passing of the Little Ice Age that followed the Medieval Warm Period is likely what has most recently ushered in the Current Warm Period… Read More
Global Warming, Graminoid Grasses, and the Grazing Geese of Greenland (8 May 2012)
How have rising temperatures impacted the grasses? … and how has the result impacted the geese? According[...]
Joint letter from 49 former NASA scientists and astronauts to the current NASA Administrator blasts agency’s policy of ignoring empirical evidence about global warming.
Joint letter to NASA Administrator blasts agency’s policy of ignoring empirical evidence
HOUSTON, TX – April 10, 2012.
49 former NASA scientists and astronauts sent a letter to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden last week admonishing the agency for it’s role in advocating a high degree of certainty that man-made CO2 is a major cause of climate change while neglecting empirical evidence that calls the theory into question.
More peer-reviewed science contradicting the warming-alarmist “scientific consensus” was announced yesterday, as a new study shows that the well-documented warm period which took place in medieval times was not limited to Europe, or the northern hemisphere: it reached all the way to Antarctica.
The research involved the development of a new means of assessing past temperatures, to add to existing methods such as tree ring analysis and ice cores. In this study, scientists analysed samples of a crystal called ikaite, which forms in cold waters.
“Ikaite is an icy version of limestone,” explains[...]