Articles Tagged: Sallie Baliunas

Climate History and the Sun

Jun05 Climate History and the Sun 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Was the 20th Century Climate Unusual? Exploring the Lessons and Limits of Climate History

May16 Was the 20th Century Climate Unusual? Exploring the Lessons and Limits of Climate History 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Extreme Weather Events: Examining Causes and Responses

Mar25 Extreme Weather Events: Examining Causes and Responses 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Shattered Consensus: The True State of Global Warming

The Marshall Institute is pleased to release its latest book, Shattered Consensus: The True State of Global Warming. This volume consists of ten essays on global warming, covering the earth?s temperature history and disparities between what has been predicted about climate change and what has actually been observed. The chapters highlight substantial anomalies and new […]

Climate debate isn’t about action, it’s about knowledge

The current climate change debate isn’t about action or inaction. It is about whether proposed actions are consistent with our state of knowledge and other important societal priorities.

Global Warming Smear Targets

While most of official Washington was captivated with the fight on the Senate floor to pass an energy bill before Congress left town for its August vacation, a vicious campaign was under way behind the scenes to smear two leading scientists for pointing out serious flaws in the science behind the theory of human-caused climate […]

Combating global warming would be a waste

This article by Dr. Sallie Baliunas appeared in the Providence (Rhode Island) Journal July 25, 2003. HUMANS RECORD historical events, Herodotus wrote, “in the hope of preserving from decay the remembrance of what men have done.” Nature also writes its own history. And when coupled with that written by men, it can ameliorate the tendency […]

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