Climate Change

We’re Waiting for Media’s Corrections on Ocean Warming

"Joshua Emerson Smith, a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, has picked it up, and the U-T gave his story prominent placement: 'Climate contrarian uncovers scientific error, upends major ocean warming study.' . . . Smith reports that the original study’s authors acknowledged their error and thanked Lewis for pointing it out and have submitted a correction to Nature." - Cornwall Alliance

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Pray for People in Hurricane Florence’s Path—But Don’t Fall Prey to Alarmist Rhetoric

"[T[he intensity of hurricanes making landfall in the United States has been declining, as Cornwall Alliance Senior Fellow Dr. Roy Spencer (Principal Research Scientist in Climatology at the University of Alabama-Huntsville, and U.S. Science Team Leader on NASA’s Aqua satellite global temperature monitoring system) shows in this graph." - Cornwall Alliance

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“Extreme climate events are becoming neither more intense nor more frequent”

"Diagnostic tools that chart the frequency and intensity of tropical cyclones globally and regionally — such as their number and the energy associated with them — show a cyclic pattern to hurricane activity but no long-term trend."  Climate Change and the Christian Faith

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Pope Francis condemns climate change sceptics

Earth Day 2017 and the Anti-Scientific ‘March for Science’

"[S]ound science is based on evidence and not climate scaremongering. ... doesn’t work by consensus... tests theories and predictions against observations of the real world...doesn’t intimidate dissenters, manipulate data, attack critics, or play lackey to politics."

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Religion drives skepticism about evolution, but not climate change

"In a recent edition of the journal Environment and Behavior, Rice University sociologist Elaine Howard Ecklund and her colleagues write that while religious views drive Americans’ rejection of evolution, skepticism about climate change is more a function of political views and lack of confidence in the work of scientists." RNS

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