Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tuesday Night Links

This week, I offer four links looking at various aspects of the global warming issue.  The first two of these are courtesy of the British environmental think tank, The Global Warming Policy Foundation:

First, a news release describing a new paper by global warming skeptic Andrew Monckton discussing the immorality of the unintended consequences of the alarmist agenda. [pdf of the full paper available at the link]

Second, 17 years of flat temperatures making a mockery of the alarmist models.

Third, Alex Epstein, a leading Randian, explains how the anti-fossil fuel perspective is both immoral and harmful to the world's poorest people.

And lastly, in a tremendous, take-no-prisoners diatribe, environmental activist and global warming skeptic Paul Driessen looks at the "Merchants of Smear".