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Table of Contents

Posted on: October 20, 2018



  1. Evolution of The Climate Scare: Callendar to Greta
  2. Hansen Congressional Testimony 1988
  3. A History of Climate Sensitivity
  6. The Scary Reality of Climate Change
  7. Climate Change & Income Inequality
  8. Harrison Ford and Climate Change
  9. European Colonization of America & the LIA
  10. Climate Change: The Facts
  11. Seasonal and Diurnal Cycles
  12. The End of the World
  13. BOM Reconstructions vs UAH 1979-2018
  14. Tropical Cyclones of the Pre-Industrial Era
  15. The Medieval Warm Period
  16. The WMO is an agency of the UN
  17. Tropical Cyclones and SST
  20. Species at risk: The Porcupine Caribou
  21. SDG: Sustainable Development
  22. Climate Science Explained
  23. A Chaotic Solar Cycle?
  25. Popular Science Magazine Proves Climate Science
  26. Old Climate Fears Revisited
  27. CSIRO GMSL Recon: 1880-2013
  28. Australia Climate Change: Daily Station Data
  29. Mathematical Impossibility of Stuiver and Quay
  30. The Hidden Hand of Activism
  31. Empirical Climate Sensitivity Estimates
  32. End Triassic Extinction: Bibliography
  33. Mid Miocene Warming
  34. Carbon Budgets and Climate Mitigation Pathways
  35. Climate Change: India’s Rivers Running Dry
  36. Summary: Human Caused Global Warming and Climate Change
  37. Climate Change: NASA Proves Human Cause
  38. Younger Dryas & Abrupt Climate Change
  39. The Eemian Interglacial
  40. Fossil Fuel Emissions and Atmospheric Composition
  41. Beef and Climate Change
  42. Will Emission Reduction Change the Rate of Warming?
  43. Attenuating Sea Level Rise by Cutting Emissions
  44. TCRU: A Parody of the TCRE
  45. Trends in Tropical Cyclone Activity
  46. Global Warming Drought in the Southwest
  48. PETM Overview & Bibliography
  49. Climate Change Refugees
  50. Spurious Correlations in Time Series Data
  51. 1C AGW Since Pre-Industrial Times
  52. A Natural Recovery from the LIA?
  53. Aerosols and Climate Change
  54. Ocean Heat Content
  55. Unprecedented Warming of the Arctic
  56. Ocean Acidification by Fossil Fuel Emissions
  57. Hurst Persistence in UAH Temperature?
  58. A Test for ECS Climate Sensitivity in Observational Data
  59. HadCRUT4 Empirical ECS 1850-2017
  60. Climate Change and Hurricanes
  61. HadCRUT4 Mean Global Temperature Reconstruction Uncertainty
  62. Total Hurricane Energy & Fossil Fuel Emissions
  63. Correlation Between Cumulative Emissions and Cumulative Sea Level Rise
  64. A CO2 Radiative Forcing Seasonal Cycle?
  65. Climate Change: Theory vs Data
  66. Correlation of CMIP5 Forcings with Temperature
  67. Is the Solar Cycle Chaotic?
  68. Climate Scientist Proves Human Cause
  69. Stratospheric Cooling
  70. The Holocene Climate Optimum: A Bibliography
  71. Temperature Trend Profiles & the Seasonal Cycle
  72. Climate Change: Late Bronze Age Collapse
  73. Climate Sensitivity Research: 2014-2018
  74. Brewer-Dobson Circulation Bibliography
  75. Empirical Test of Ozone Depletion
  76. History of the Ozone Depletion Scare
  77. The Answer is Blowing in the Wind
  78. Antarctic Sea Ice: 1979-2018
  79. Tidal Cycles: A Bibliography
  80. Does Global Warming Drive Changes in Arctic Sea Ice?
  81. Superstition, Confirmation Bias, and Climate Change
  82. Climate Impact of the Kuwait Oil Fires: A Bibliography
  83. Global Warming and Arctic Sea Ice: A Bibliography
  84. Carl Wunsch 2010
  85. Little Ice Age Climatology: A Bibliography
  86. Noctilucent Clouds: A Bibliography
  87. The Anthropocene
  88. Event Attribution Case Study Citations
  89. Event Attribution Science: A Case Study
  90. Gerald Marsh, A Theory of Ice Ages
  91. Peer Review Comments on Callendar 1938
  92. The Greenhouse Effect of Atmospheric CO2
  93. Carl Sagan on Climate Change 1980
  94. Climate Change Denial Research: 2001-2018
  95. Climate Change Impacts Research
  96. Anti Fossil Fuel Activists wary of Climate Change Denialists
  98. History of the Global Warming Scare Chapter 6: 2005-2010
  99. History of the Global Warming Scare Chapter 5: 2000-2005
  100. History of the Global Warming Scare Chapter 4: 1995-2000
  101. History of the Global Warming Movement: Chapter 3: 1990-1995
  102. The history of the global warming scare Chapter 2: 1985-1990
  103. History of the global warming scare Chapter 1: 1980-1985
  104. A Nobel Prize for Service to Humanity
  105. Carbon Cycle Measurement Problems Solved with Circular Reasoning
  106. Spurious Correlations in Climate Science
  107. Nonlinear Dynamics: Is Climate Chaotic?
  108. Elevated CO2 and Crop Chemistry
  109. Fishing for climate calamity?
  110. Climate Science 2007: “Dearth of scientific knowledge only adds to the alarm”
  111. Climate Science versus the FangZhi: 2005
  112. The Population Bomb Update: 2010
  113. Global Warming Causes Volcanic Eruption: 2010
  114. The Eve of Destruction by Climate Change
  115. Peer Review in a 97% Consensus Science
  116. ECS: Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity
  117. TCRE: Transient Climate Response to Cumulative Emissions
  118. Demonstration of Spurious Correlations in Climate Science
  119. AGW: Trends in Daily Station Data
  120. Ozone Depletion Chemistry
  121. Human Caused Global Warming

7 Responses to "Table of Contents"

The more tests you make the more clear it becomes that human emissions of CO2 are not causing global warming. I applaud your ingenuity and dedication to finding and exposing this analysis. It has been very helpful to me coming to a clear understanding of this controversy. I am now faced with the dilemma of how to communicate it to those around me and use it to move towards realism in our political discourse. I have been disallowed to point it out in our local paper, accused of listening to crackpots instead of real scientists, and written off as impossible to teach. Interestingly though most of the folks I know have some innate distrust of the global warming message without searching for the proof. My concern is this headlong rush I see coming from the newly empowered democrats to push their agendas to the detriment of so many without any concern for efficacy of their actions to “fight climate change”.

great comment. thanks. it’s hard to communicate these ideas because their understanding requires a statistics education. Most people, even most “educated” people do not have that kind of understanding of statistics. This is why things like TCRE and the carbon budget for 1.5C survive. Again thank you for your very interesting and encouraging comment.

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