Unfortunately, some misuse science. Some of their intentions, are far from benevolent. They see science as a mechanism for political power and control. There is great danger from those who would use science for political control over us.

How do they do this? They instill, and then continuously magnify, fear. Fear is the most effective instrument of totalitarian control.

Chet Richards, physicist,


Friday, 20 March 2020

Helping Children Cope with the CO2 Scare - a new resource

The articles I've seen on helping children cope with the CO2 Scaremongering are mostly along the lines of 'tell them they are not helpless, get them out on demonstrations, encourage them to walk to school and turn off lights'.  In other words, 'take the scare seriously, and fuss over it'.  I doubt that is going to help, and it may even make things worse for the young victims.  Better by far is to help them see that have been duped, and even well-intentioned adults have been duped.

This will take time, and lots of study and persistence.  Many parents and high-schoolers can dig deeper for themselves into alarming claims about climate, and those who do so can help those who have not done or cannot do such work on their own.

A new website has just started up and it could be a great resource for this:
Here is the link to it:  http://climaterealism.com/

As well as feature articles, there is a reference section currently with the following topics:

Allergies, Alpine glaciers, 
Carbon tax, Cleaner air, Climate change impacts,
Climate models, Climate record, Consensus, Coral Reefs, Crop nutrition, Crop production,
Economic harm, Economics and policy, Emissions by country, Emissions Impact,Extreme cold, Extreme heat, Extreme Weather,
Great Lakes, Green New Deal,Greenland ice melt,
Health impacts, Heavy Rainfall, Historical CO2 levels, Hottest Year,Hurricanes,
Insurance policy,
Jobs created,
Little Ice Age,
Meat and Agriculture,Medieval Warm Period, Migration, Mortality,
National security, Natural climate change,
Ocean currents, Oceanic conveyor belt,
Pine beetles, Polar bears, Polar ice caps,
Renewable Energy, Republican proposals,
Sea level, Snow, Snowpack, Social cost of carbon,
Solar impact, Species Impacts, Subsidies,
Terms of debate, Tipping points, Tornadoes,
U.S. temperatures, Underlying Science,
Vulnerable populations,
Water levels, Wildfires, Wine.

So that's plenty to be getting on with!

(Hat-tip: WUWT )

Note added 21 Mar 2020.  There's more!  An apparently sister-site called Climate at a Glance is also well worth a visit.  It has short summaries on a range of topics:     https://climateataglance.com/

'Climate At A Glance puts frequently argued climate issues into short, concise, summaries that provide the most important, accurate, powerful information. The summaries are designed to provide a library of solid yet simple rebuttals so that legislators, teachers, students, and laymen can easily refute the exaggerations of the so-called “climate crisis.”

Excellent!  Just what is needed.

(Hat-tip: NotALotOfPeopleKnowThat )

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