Patrick J. Michaels

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The Only Internally Consistent Picture Is One of a Very Modest Warming

OCTOBER 01, 2005 by PATRICK J. MICHAELS

Last December Naomi Oreskes, an associate professor of history at UCLA, published a Washington Post Outlook piece called "Undeniable Global Warming." She asserted that the planet is warming (true), that increases in greenhouse gases have something to do with it (true), that several scientific societies hold this view (true), that the remainder of the discussion is quibbling about the details, and that we must respond to the threats that global warming presents.

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The Coming Global Superstorm by Art Bell and Whitley Strieber

A Monument to the Failure of Public Education in Science and Technology

MARCH 01, 2001 by PATRICK J. MICHAELS

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