In 2004, history professor Naomi Oreskes performed a survey of research papers on climate change. Examining peer-reviewed papers published on the ISI Web of Science database from 1993 to 2003, she found a majority supported the “consensus view,” defined as humans were having at least some effect on global climate change. Oreskes’ work has been […]
Archive | August, 2007
New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies Chill Global Warming Fears
By ManBearPigHunter on August 20, 2007 in Junk Science
An abundance of new peer-reviewed studies, analyses, and data error discoveries in the last several months has prompted scientists to declare that fear of catastrophic man-made global warming “bites the dust” and the scientific underpinnings for alarm may be “falling apart.”Â The latest study to cast doubt on climate fears finds that even a doubling […]
Global Warming: Natural or Man-Made?
By ManBearPigHunter on August 1, 2007 in Cause/Effect
In the past few years there has been increasing concern about global climate change on the part of the media, politicians, and the public. It has been stimulated by the idea that human activities may influence global climate adversely and that therefore corrective action is required on the part of governments. Recent evidence suggests that […]