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We have a problem. Science, specifically climate science, has been corrupted. 

“Since about 2014 or so, the public debate on climate change has become less ‘scientized’, with economics, social justice and raw politics taking center stage.

Dr. Judith Curry, 2019

What is the effect of this corruption? Temperature data has been altered, irrationally justified, in order to conform to a “global warming” representation. The evidence shows the world has not been warming, so the data has been changed. 

The scientific press has gone berserk. Not only have they altered the data, they denounce science itself:

“…the only way to really find out if phenomena like sunspots and solar wind are playing a larger role in climate change than most scientists now believe would be to significantly reduce our carbon emissions. Only in the absence of that potential driver will researchers be able to tell for sure how much impact natural influences have on the Earth’s climate.”

Scientific American, 2009

Really? The only way to find out of sunspots or solar wind have a substantial impact on Earth’s climate? So the task of science is to give up trying to study alternative approaches and the impacts of potentially devastating solutions in advance? We are to go ahead and implement a drastic international program of change, even if it means destroying economies, infrastructure, lives and standards of living to “significantly reduce carbon emissions”, because we cannot tell otherwise?

Rubbish! We can tell in other ways, and that should be the task of rational, competent scientists. Many capable scientists are already showing that when fewer sunspots cause lower solar winds, more cosmic radiation enters the planet’s atmosphere, and that causes more precipitation, cooling the planet. And there are other ways to study the phenomena, and are finding that the Sun is the primary cause of Earth’s constantly-changing climate.

We cannot let humanity lose science–it is the foundation of all the technology and infrastructure than 7.5 billion people require to survive. When academics en masse abandon integrity, when it becomes stylish to be dishonest, then we put our world in peril. 

Science is not a popularity contest. Just because a thousand people agree with an idea does not make it a sound idea. It is a question of accuracy of representation, and that thousand people can be less interested, biased, or unaware of competing knowledge.

Science needs lots of views, and competition among them with freedom of speech.

The Climate Science Journal is about restoring integrity to the study of climate change. Please consider supporting our project by buying one of the our books or eBooks, or making a donation.

Barycentre Influence on Earth Climate #2

How the Barycentre Forces Differ:  The Sun is not the centre of the solar system. The barycentre of the solar system, however, is. Both the Sun and the Earth revolve around it, generally not the centre of the Sun. This means that the motions of the two bodies around the barycentre may significantly affect the Earth-Sun distance, and

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V. Zharkova’s Paper Unjustly Retracted

Reasons Irrational:  The editors of Science retracted Valentina Zharkova’s paper, which can be viewed in its original form here.  The paper is significant because it shows that the influence of the larger planets on the distance between the Earth and the Sun is not negligible. That means this distance changes, effecting Earth’s climate.  It appears to

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What About Pole Ice?

Arctic and Antarctic Pole Ice Cover is Roughly the Same What is the actual state of ice cover at the poles? The following charts are from the National Snow and Ice Data Center of the US government’s site, here. The chart shows slight declines as well as slight increases over the median ice edge from 1981-2010—basically

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What About Fires?

Fires: What is the evidence? The chart below shows fires in South America, compared to the 2001-2018 averages.  There are increases, and decreases. But importantly, the numbers only go back to 2001. Why? We just now have the technologies in place to monitor the global environment in a publicly accessible way. These measurement, visualization and

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And Now for Something Completely Different #2…

Plenty of snow, with the Northern-hemisphere snow mass doubled, but who needs it? All-weather-skiing Video Candide Thovex The Northern Hemisphere, because it has twice as much land mass as the Southern Hemisphere, has greater influence on the Earth’s climate and temperatures.  About 40% of the surface of the Northern Hemisphere is landmass, with about 60% covered

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What About Temperatures?

Historic Temperatures The chart below is from NASA, and shows Earth’s temperatures for the last 5+ million years. The above chart shows that contrary to popular misconception, the planet may be warmer in the Holocene Period (the last 11,650 years), but it is not warmer than during the last 5 million years. In fact, the above chart

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Why Support Science?

While leftists finance global-warming alarmism in an attempt to confiscate €25 trillion from the Paris Accord climate agreement, and use the always changing climate as an excuse to nationalize more of economies, who supports honest science challenging this pseudo-science?

Many people say talk to the oil companies. But most oil companies will not touch the global warming issue: because their interests lie in selling hydrocarbons, they appear to be biased no matter what they say. So they have invested generally in renewable energy, and it is no longer a primary issue to them which side wins, or what the future holds, as they are covered either way.

But what about science? Do you personally care whether scientific progress continues, and humans learn more about nature so that we can actually solve real problems? If you care about humanity, then you should care about science.

Again, science needs lots of views, and competition among them with freedom of speech. Please consider supporting our project by buying one of the our books or eBooks, or making a donation.

"You have found a promising approach to demonstrate successfully that the long suspected culprits of global warming, e.g. CO2, CH4, are actually not !"

PhD, Physics
Rutgers University, New Jersey
B.A. Cornell University, New York

"…seems to be path-breaking research in the domain. The paper reads nice and the science involved is analogous and clear. This paper is a hallmark and would benefit the advances in science, government planning as well as policy makers for the next course of action. I congratulate you for this great work and thank for giving me an opportunity to read it and enlighten myself."

PhD, Atmospheric Sci and Meteorology, IISc
M.Sc., Geophysics, ISC
BSc., (Hons) Physics, Delhi U

"An alarmist bias in Global Warming Research has corrupted the academic/scientific community"

Dr. Roy W. Spencer
Ph.D. Meteorology
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Principal Research Scientist at UoA
Former Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

"I have studied your paper during the weekend and I am impressed by your brilliant analysis and convincing argumentation. This looks like a very original thought process and one that does deserve broad dissemination."

B.Sc. (Hons) Mech. Eng.
DTU, Denmark
C.P. Eng. (Chartered Prof. Eng.)
Former Project Manager, CERN
Geneva, Switzerland

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The Climate Science Journal Allows Anonymous Reviews, and Paper Presentations

The use of pseudonyms has a long history in science and philosophy, as a means of evading retaliation by those who are threatened by the advance of human knowledge and understanding, including:

  • Nicolaus Copernicus (who first put forward his theory of heliocentrism anonymously),
  • Galileo (writing as Lothario Sarsio Sigensano),
  • Isaac Newton (as Jehovah Sanctus Unus)
  • John Locke (his Two Treatises on Government was published anonymously)
  • Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (as Lewis Carroll) and
  • François-Marie Arouet (as Voltaire)

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