The claim that global warming has stopped is popping up more and more in the media. Unfortunately this ignores how temperatures respond on a warming world and ignores a vast array of evidence that shows that it hasn’t stopped.
In this section Monckton claims that CO2 acts as a fertiliser and will increase food production significantly. I’ll be looking into the basis for this claims and if this is supported by the scientific literature.
In this section Monckton talks about feedback loops and how they show that climate sensitivity is low. I show how these concepts are used and what this means for the argument Monckton is presenting.
Monckton introduces the argument that the Central England temperature record can be used as a proxy for global temperatures. But can it be used for that?
During this part of the debate the issue of civility in the public arena during discussions on climate change is raised. I give my take on the matter and on civility in general.
In this particular section of the debate Monckton makes the claim that based on current trends the increase in global temperatures cannot accelerate.
In this particular section of the debate Monckton makes the point that Australia alone cannot significantly impact global CO2 concentrations to make a difference. Which is true, the problem is, Australia isn’t the only country reducing its emissions.
In this video I explain to which chart Monckton is referring with this “flagrantly fraudulent statistical technique” and what the report actually states.
Here I explain the difference between the stated warming of the IPCC report and the number used by the Australian Government.
With this video I went into the details of what was said in the report and the events surrounding the approval of the wording.