Most useful links when explaining climate science to alarmists

For the last month or so, I’ve started keeping a note of articles that I link to when engaging with Natural Climate Deniers – it’s now a sizeable list which may help anyone else looking for suitable responses to the idiot questions we sceptics get asked.

The pause is real

Definition

Tampering of temperature

Tampering of Stations/regions

UAH shows the pause

Ice & Snow are fine

Snow is not a thing of the past

Antarctic ice is growing

Global Sea ice

Greenland surface ice growing since 1990

CO2 is a plant food

Polar Bears are doing fine

 No trends in severe weather

Sea level rise not accelerating

Raising fuel bills is immoral

20th century climate change is not abnormal

Warmists are gullible

Wind farms are terrible

Fossil fuel is good

Dishonesty and Corruption of Climate alarmists

The science supports us sceptics

This crazy climate madness means we are heading for power cuts

 Reducing Caustic nature of Sea water through CO2 is not a problem for corels

Massive slosh fund for alarmists

No funding for Sceptics

Most CO2 is Natural

CO2 correlation with Temperature

CO2Collapse
Feedback Loops are negative

See also: http://joannenova.com.au/global-warming-2/links/

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5 Responses to Most useful links when explaining climate science to alarmists

  1. TedL says:

    Thank you for this!

  2. Andy Pattullo says:

    Thanks, these catalogues of links are immensely useful. Saves a lot of time searching when looking for old posts on specific topics. Your efforts are much appreciated.

  3. Martin says:

    Maybe add the Spencer graph models vs observation .

  4. A.D. Everard says:

    Thank you very much, this is most helpful.

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