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Interviews and presentations on climate and energy realism, with guests including Will Happer, Jerome Corsi, Marc Morano, Carl-Otto Weiss, Valentina Zharkova, Christopher Essex, Henrik Svensmark, Patrick Moore, Ross McKitrick, Willie Soon, Susan Crockford, Peter Ridd, Christopher Monckton, and Richard Lindzen.
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Hans Labohm, an economist and former expert reviewer for the IPCC, discusses his skepticism towards the current climate change narrative. He critiques the alarming predictions about global warming, CO2 emissions, and climate policy, presenting data that contradicts these claims. Labohm argues that CO2 is not a threat but rather benefits the environment and questions the effectiveness of policies like the Paris Agreement. He also touches on the societal and economic impacts of climate alarmism and the consequences for those skeptical of mainstream views. 00:00 Introduction to Hans Labohm and Climate Hysteria 00:59 Historical Climate Fears: From Cooling to Warming 01:32 Media-Induced Panic and Public Perception 03:39 Examining the Facts: Temperature and CO2 Data 11:47 Sea Level Rise and Ice Melt: Myths vs. Reality 14:42 Biodiversity, Glaciers, and Climate Refugees 17:47 Climate-Related Deaths and Weather Extremes 20:10 Polar Bears and Developing Countries 24:06 The Paris Agreement and Climate Policy 29:02 Critique of Mainstream Climate Narrative 33:39 Personal Journey and Professional Challenges 38:22 Future Outlook and Final Thoughts Hans Labohm studied economics at the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands (Holland). After his study he did his military service. Subsequently he joined the Netherlands Ministry of Defense and was posted at the Netherlands Permanent Representation at NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) in Brussels. Thereafter he joined the Netherlands diplomatic service and was posted in Stockholm. After that he held various functions at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague before he became deputy head of the policy planning staff. Subsequently he was posted at the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) in Paris as deputy Permanent Representative. After a couple of years he was posted as a senior visiting fellow and advisor to the board at the Clingendael Institute of International Relations in The Hague. In 2007 he was expert reviewer of Assessment Report number 4 (AR 4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Today, he is editor in chief of the website He is lead author of 'Chronicles of Climate Hysteria', which has recently been published Slides for this podcast: Dutch site: Published April 10, 2024; “Chronicles of Climate Hysteria” on Amazon: Please support Cartoons By Josh: ———————— AI summaries of all of my podcasts (plus transcripts of recent podcasts): X: Substack: About Tom: Notes for climate skeptics: ClimateGate emails:
Stephen Einhorn lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with Nancy, his wife of 57 years. He has been blessed with two sons and seven grandchildren. He graduated Cornell with a major in chemistry and received a Masters of Polymeric Materials from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. He attended Wharton Graduate School, U. of Pennsylvania, for one year. He has worked in a family chemical business, as a merger and acquisition consultant specializing in chemicals and as a venture capitalist concentrating on Midwestern technology companies. 00:00 Introduction and Guest Introduction 00:26 Climate Activists' Argument 01:47 Analyzing Climatic Events 01:55 Hurricanes and Tornadoes Data 03:51 Forest Fires and Human Impact 05:26 Droughts and Temperature Trends 08:50 El Nino and Sunspots 16:00 Sea Level Rise Concerns 18:32 UN Predictions and Activist Models 20:49 The Polar Bear Controversy 22:20 Coral Reefs and Climate Change 24:39 Debunking Al Gore's Predictions 25:48 Health Effects of Carbon Dioxide 27:23 The Paris Agreement and Historical Trends 29:31 Language Distortion in Climate Debate 30:16 Greta Thunberg and Climate Anxiety 32:19 The Green New Deal and Economic Impact 34:25 Technological Solutions to Fossil Fuel Dependency 35:14 Conclusion: No Climate Change Problem 35:40 Q&A: Wind, Solar, and Electric Vehicles 38:52 Promoting the Book on Climate Change 40:18 Real-World Presentations and Feedback Slides for this podcast: Climate Change: What They Rarely Teach In College: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: X: Substack: About Tom:
Showing people how to design their own garden - making the world a prettier place- one garden at a time. And occasionally speaking at the local council! 00:00 Introduction to Rachel Matthews 00:02 Local Activism and Environmental Policies 00:43 Team Members and Their Roles 01:24 Viral Fame and Public Reaction 02:16 Challenges with Green Policies 02:25 Questioning the Climate Emergency 03:58 The Reality of Green Technologies 06:03 Personal Journey and Research 06:39 Public Engagement and Council Meetings 12:52 The Importance of Data and Facts 13:25 Political Dynamics and Public Opinion 20:30 Expanding the Movement 21:51 Carbon Literacy Training and Manipulation 24:42 Freedom of Speech and Council Restrictions 27:49 Advice for Local Activists 31:10 Future Plans and Fundraising 41:49 Conclusion and Final Thoughts Twitter: Superb destruction of the green Net Zero cult by Colchester resident Rachel Matthews: Stupidity SHOWDOWN in Sudbury, Suffolk: Council Watch YouTube: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Dr. Fournier is an accomplished executive and senior scientist, with a 15-year track record in the oil sands, power generation and environmental science industries, both in Canada and in United States. His career has afforded him an exposure to a diverse range of exciting technology development projects, where he enjoyed fulfilling leadership roles with numerous capital projects, each in excess of $100 million. Dr. Fournier`s formal graduate training was in solid state electrochemistry specific to hydrogen fuel cells and battery technologies and his undergraduate training was in physics and environmental chemistry. 00:00 Introduction and Guest Background 01:53 Research Focus and Illustration Overview 06:09 Mainstream Ocean Carbon Cycle Models 08:59 ENSO and Climate Phenomena 20:03 Walker Circulation and Upwelling 38:40 Historical Climate Data and Analysis 57:58 Concluding Thoughts and Future Research Slides for this podcast: More information about Joseph Fournier: “Sorry Biden, CO2 Is Not Pollution. It’s The Currency Of Life”: ———————— AI summaries of all of my podcasts (plus transcripts of recent podcasts): X: Substack: About Tom: Notes for climate skeptics: ClimateGate emails:
David Hilderman has a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Electronic Information Systems Engineering from the University of Regina and has worked in the electronics industry since graduation in 1988. David grew up in Saskatchewan, the second oldest in a family of six boys.  Since 2000 he has lived in beautiful Saanichton British Columbia, raising two great kids with his lovely wife. He went to the Victoria area to combine his engineering experience and love of music production to work for TC-Helicon, a company that makes products for performing musicians. He worked there for 19 years, five of which were in the role of Chief Operating Officer. Early 2020 he became aware of the fact that sea level rise rates were not accelerating.  In Victoria, the rate of rise has not changed over the entire record since 1909 and is only 0.75mm/yr.   This began his research in other climate alarmist claims.  Reality is so counter to the narrative and the consequences of acting on the narrative are so detrimental that he felt he needed to do something about it. In 2021 he ran in the federal election against the Green Party incumbent, Elizabeth May, and had the opportunity to debate her on the issue of climate five times. He continues to be active in his community, working to educate people on the benefits of increasing atmospheric CO2. 00:00 Introduction and Background 00:33 Understanding Carbon Dioxide Emissions 02:06 Historical Carbon Dioxide Levels 05:08 Impact of Increased Carbon Dioxide 09:26 Mathematical Analysis of Carbon Dioxide Absorption 15:50 Future Carbon Dioxide Emission Scenarios 28:42 Sea Level Rise and Climate Change 37:51 Personal Journey and Conclusion ———————— AI summaries of all of my podcasts (plus transcripts of recent podcasts): Twitter: Substack: About Tom: Notes for climate skeptics: ClimateGate emails:
About Sandi Adams: I have been researching and speaking about Agenda 21/2030 for over 17 years. I have just finished a documentary with Oracle Films in Uk with Mark Sharman - The New World -A Fools Paradise and am writing a book -Agenda 2030-Hidden in Plain Sight. Teresa Tannahill is an independent researcher with an honours degree in physics from the University of Portsmouth, UK. She is an avid anti-vacxxer, a CO2 sceptic, and compulsive dot joiner. She recognised the 2020 Covid lockdowns as a hard implementation of UN Agenda 21/Agenda 2030 and believes that the climate change narrative is part of a wider plan to ensure that most of humanity will not survive a series of global natural disasters that she believes will occur in the next 20-30 years. 00:00 Introduction to the Guests 00:03 Sandy Adams: From Corporate to Activism 02:31 Sandy's Viral Moment and Its Aftermath 05:10 Teresa Tannehill's Journey from Physics to Agenda 21 Research 10:56 The Technocracy Movement and Its Historical Roots 24:13 The Carrington Event: A Potential Global Catastrophe 34:20 Preparing for a Carrington Event: Strategies and Challenges 38:59 The Threat of Earth's Weakening Magnetic Field 45:52 The Rise of 15-Minute Cities and Climate Lockdowns 47:38 The Evolution of Agenda 21 to Agenda 2030 49:24 The Push for a Planetary Diet: Bugs Over Burgers 50:14 Skepticism and Resistance Against Climate Measures 01:05:23 Exploring the Grand Solar Minimum and Global Cooling Theories 01:10:47 Catastrophism and Theories of Planetary Change 01:24:01 Elon Musk: Visionary or Frontman for a Darker Agenda? 01:27:05 Concluding Thoughts on Humanity's Resilience March 2023: Sandi Adams educates Glastonbury Town Council on 15 minute cities, CBDCs, Agenda 21, the climate scam and much more: Sandi Adams X: Sandy Adams website: Teresa Tannahill X: Teresa Tannahill Substack: C40 Cities document: UN Agenda 21 document (351 pages): Download the UK Fires document: ===== AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Kurt Streutker is a retired school teacher who taught life, earth and physical sciences. He has a Master’s Degree and focused his studies in Geology and specifically in the study of the Ice Ages. He has a keen understanding of how and why climate changes and the environmental science of climate changes / global warming. There is so much information that is censored to the general public regarding climate change and you may be surprised how much the world has be brainwashed. 00:00 Introduction to the Climate Change Dialogue 01:06 Demystifying Climate Science: A Layman's Perspective 03:09 The Role of Carbon Dioxide and Greenhouse Gases Explained 04:39 Addressing Climate Change Misconceptions 22:06 The Impact of Volcanic Activity on Climate 23:53 Exploring the Effects of Volcanism on Earth's Climate 27:39 A Closer Look at Volcanoes and Their Influence on Climate 30:09 Mount St. Helens: A Case Study in Volcanic Impact 32:24 Exploring the Aftermath of Volcanic Eruptions 33:07 Mount St. Helens: A Case Study in Geological Impact 33:46 The Tonga Eruption: Water Vapor and Climate Effects 36:43 Understanding Ice Ages: Causes and Climate Dynamics 38:33 Hawaii's Role in the Great Ice Age Hypothesis 44:34 Geological Wonders: From Hawaii to Meteora 50:13 Debunking Climate Change Myths 55:51 Exposing the Climate Change Scam: A Closer Look 59:38 Empirical Science vs. Climate Alarmism 01:02:55 Final Thoughts and Q&A Invitation ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Mallen Baker was former Co-Chair and Principal Speaker with the Greens, and then latterly on the Federal Policy Committee of the Lib Dems and Chair of the Green Lib Dems. Mallen helps companies “tell their sustainability story in a more compelling way”. 00:00 Introduction to the Climate Dialogue 02:36 The Debate on Climate Change and Political Ideology 05:48 The Complexity of Climate Science and Predictions 14:00 Addressing Misconceptions and Media Narratives 16:05 Eating the bugs? 17:01 Debunking Climate Change Myths: Media, Meat, and More 20:57 An Alleged Centrist's Perspective on Climate Commitments and Business 21:38 Evaluating Climate Change Narratives: A Skeptic's View 25:17 The Science of Climate Change: Models, Predictions, and Realities 30:54 Trying to prevent bad weather by making stupid, expensive, dangerous energy choices 34:33 The Impact of Weather Events on Public Concern Here’s the C40 Cities document that I mentioned: X: Full (2 hours 21 minutes) unedited version: ========= About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
From Mallen Baker is an experienced speaker on topics of change, socially responsible business and sustainability. He has spoken widely at conferences, workshops, corporate internal events, board meetings and more. He has an energetic style, aiming to challenge and engage audiences with as much interaction as possible. 00:00 Introduction to the Climate Dialogue 01:36 Critical Views on Extinction Rebellion 12:49 The Debate on Climate Change and Political Ideology 20:40 Exploring the Nuances of Climate Change Skepticism 25:30 The Complexity of Climate Science and Predictions 41:01 Addressing Misconceptions and Media Narratives 48:00 The Impact of Climate Change: A Rational Discussion 48:56 Debunking Climate Change Myths: Media, Meat, and More 49:37 The Reality of 15-Minute Cities and Alleged Insect Protein Myths 51:38 Navigating Climate Change Politics and Personal Choices 01:00:52 The Complexities of Climate Science and Political Polarization 01:04:54 A Centrist's Perspective on Climate Commitments and Business 01:10:15 Evaluating Climate Change Narratives: A Skeptic's View 01:18:40 The Science of Climate Change: Models, Predictions, and Realities 01:27:21 Adapting to Climate Change: Heatwaves and Energy Solutions 01:32:13 The Key to Energy Transition: A Mix of Solutions 01:32:56 The Role of Fossil Fuels in the Energy Transition 01:33:50 Developing Countries and Energy Solutions 01:34:37 The Ideological Divide in Energy Discussions 01:35:18 The Debate Over Renewable Energy and Nuclear Power 01:44:17 The Challenge of Achieving Net Zero and Public Perception 01:46:25 Climate Change, Public Opinion, and Policy Making 01:48:20 The Impact of Climate Events on Public Concern 02:04:58 The Debate on Global Warming and Crop Yields 02:20:11 Concluding Thoughts on Climate Change Discussion Mallen in a May 3,  2024 video mentioned climate change allegedly “basically adding steroids to the weather” and “making heat waves in Asia specifically 100 times more likely”: Here’s the C40 Cities document that I mentioned: X: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Professor David Dilley is a Meteorologist-Climatologist-Paleoclimatologist and a former NOAA National Weather Service Meteorologist.  Professor Dilley is the founder and CEO of Global Weather Oscillations (GWO), a company heavily involved in research and development of technology for prediction of natural climate and weather cycles. Professor Dilley has 54 years of experience ranging from the Air Force to NOAA National Weather Service and GWO.  As the senior research scientist and forecaster for GWO, Mr. Dilley developed ClimatePulse Technology based on Geomagnetic Cycles of the earth-moon-and sun, and how these cycles align with historical, present day and future cycles of climate and weather. 00:00 Introduction and Credentials of David Dilley 00:44 Exploring Climate Pulse Technology and Predictions 01:58 Debunking Myths: The Reality of Global Warming and Cooling Cycles 03:12 Deep Dive into Climate Change Cycles and Earth's History 16:17 Understanding Ocean Temperatures and Their Impact on Climate 21:09 The Future of Global Warming: Predictions and Evidence 24:56 Decoding Solar Cycles and Global Warming Trends 26:03 High Arctic Temperature Anomalies Explained 28:12 Arctic Ice Extent: Reality vs. Predictions 29:23 Antarctic Ice Mysteries Unveiled 31:09 Unraveling the Electromagnetic Gravitational Cycle 34:04 Atmospheric Gases: The Misunderstood Components 37:05 Historical Climate Cycles and Future Predictions 41:11 Addressing Climate Data Manipulation Concerns 43:51 The Impact of Solar Storms and Earth's Magnetic Field 45:27 Concluding Thoughts on Climate History and Future Trends This is David Dilley’s fourth podcast on this channel: He was previously on #173, #97, and #64. ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Former Minister of the Environment for Estonia. From Rain Epler: I am currently a Member of the Parliament of Estonia, representing Estonian Conservative Party, biggest opposition party. And personally my field of interest is energy and green politics. 00:00 Introduction to Rain Eppler and Estonia 01:04 Personal Background and Political Journey 01:44 Inspirations and Motivations in Politics 07:15 Reflections on the Soviet Era and Its Impacts 30:02 The Transition from Soviet Union to Independence 41:47 Current Political Climate and Future Outlook 52:24 Engaging with the Youth on Climate Narratives 57:06 Final Thoughts and Acknowledgements ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Rodney completed a BSc in Physics from the University of New Brunswick and subsequently worked as a research assistant for UNB in a CO2 laser lab before attending University of Toronto on an NSERC scholarship where he completed an MASc in electrical engineering.  His graduate work was modeling and simulation of a semiconductor device-physics industrial problem, a solution he later presented at an international modeling and simulation conference in Pittsburg.  He has spent over 35 years working in industry in telecom chip design, fiber-optics, computing, and LED lighting.   He was involved in modeling and simulation activity for some of the projects he worked on including writing an Excel-based simulator 15 years ago to solve a complex electrical network problem.   In 2022, Rodney took on a personal challenge to see if he could calculate the temperature rise for an increase in GHGs.   His interest became an obsession which led to his development of a comprehensive tool he calls GHG Lab that implements his understanding of the GHG physics and a website called Climate Bell to share it with others.   Now, anyone even without any physics understanding, can use his GHG Lab tool to compute Earth’s temperature change from a change in GHG levels.  The tool has produced interesting and good-news results that he wishes to share with threatened industries so they can defend their interests against unnecessary climate-change mandates.  He has also setup an open peer review forum so scientists can publicly comment too. 00:00 Meet Rodney McInnis: A Journey from Physics to Climate Modeling 00:40 Introducing Climate Bell: A New Approach to Greenhouse Gas Modeling 01:31 The Science and Skepticism Behind Climate Bell 01:58 GHG Lab: A Revolutionary Tool for Climate Analysis 03:02 Shifting Perspectives on Climate Change Over 25 Years 03:25 The Making of GHG Lab: From Inspiration to Innovation 04:28 Demystifying the Greenhouse Gas Effect: A Deep Dive 06:04 Puzzle Pieces of Climate Modeling: Building a New Framework 36:13 GHG Lab in Action: Demonstrating Precision in Climate Modeling 41:28 Debunking Climate Change Myths with GHG Lab 42:00 Exploring the Impact of Methane and Nitrous Oxide 42:43 The Complexities of the Water Cycle and Climate Modeling 46:40 Live Demo of GHG Lab: A Deep Dive 51:00 Addressing Climate Change Industry Flaws 52:39 Revisiting Venus: A New Perspective on Greenhouse Effects 56:32 Engaging with the Community: Peer Review and Educational Tools 58:33 Debunking Popular Climate Change Alarms 01:00:50 GHG Lab: A Tool for Change and Education 01:03:16 Final Thoughts and Call to Action Slides for this podcast: Climate Bell’s learning center: Download GHG Lab: Climate Bell’s peer review forum: X: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: X: Substack: About Tom:
David Zaruk, as The Risk-Monger, challenges confirmation bias. Fighting activist zealots. Fighting for farmers. Fighting cardiovascular disease and arthritis. 00:00 Introduction to David Zarek's Perspectives 00:22 Unveiling the La Jolla Playbook: The Strategy of Tobacconizing Industries 03:15 The Evolution of Activist Science and Legal Strategies 07:41 The Role of Foundations in Shaping Public Opinion and Policy 09:20 The Intricacies of Foundation Capitalism and Its Impact 11:49 Exploring the Complex Web of Lawsuits, Foundations, and Media Influence 15:03 The Shift in Journalism: From Traditional Media to Foundation-Funded News 25:27 The New Philanthropy: Tech Billionaires and Their Foundations 31:45 The Influence of Crypto Wealth on Political Campaigns 32:30 The Controversial Impact of Funded Films on Public Opinion 33:19 Unveiling the Hidden Funders Behind Influential Media 34:30 The Complex Web of Academic and Media Funding 35:31 Exploring the Power of Legal Funding in Shaping Public Policy 36:15 The Role of New Media in Breaking Through the Noise 37:29 The Potential of Tort Law to Address Public Harm 37:59 Debunking Myths Around Organic Farming and Pesticides 40:40 Challenging the Climate Change Narrative and Seeking Solutions 48:57 The Global Influence of ESG and Woke Culture 52:25 Concluding Thoughts on the Future of Policy and Public Awareness YouTube: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at West Virginia University 00:00 Introduction to the Guest and Topic 00:43 Exploring the Nature of Scientific Hypotheses 08:29 Challenging the Climate Change Consensus 22:04 The Silent Spring: A Case Study on Environmental Awareness 27:05 The Double-Edged Sword of Science and Technology 28:15 The Unseen Consequences of Wind Energy 32:18 The Impact of Wind Farms on Climate 34:09 Exploring the Consequences: Heat and Moisture Distribution 35:54 Wind Energy and Climate Change: A Closer Look 39:03 Scientific Evidence and Research Findings 45:19 Personal Reflections and Scientific Responsibility 48:46 Challenging Climate Change Hypotheses 56:59 The Importance of Open Scientific Discourse 01:00:54 Closing Thoughts and Call to Action ==== WVU professor wants people to ‘keep an open mind’ about prevailing climate change theory, consider other hypotheses: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
David Legates, Ph.D. is professor of climatology in the Department of Geography at the University of Delaware and an adjunct professor at the university’s Physical Ocean Science and Engineering Program and in the Department of Applied Economics. Dr. Legates received his Ph.D. in climatology from the University of Delaware, and he has taught at Louisiana State University, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Virginia. He has been Research Scientist at the Southern Regional Climate Center, Chief Research Scientist at the Center for Computational Geosciences, and Visiting Research Scientist at the National Climate Data Center. Dr. Legates has been published more than 125 times in refereed journals, conference proceedings, and monograph series and has made more than 250 professional presentations. 00:00 Introduction to David Legates and His New Book 00:08 Exploring Climate Realism: Insights from the Book 02:43 The Climate Debate: A Shift in Public Perception 04:25 Signs of Change: Climate Denial Roundup and Public Sentiment 09:40 The Future of IPCC and Climate Policies 14:31 The Role of Young Scientists in Climate Research 17:34 Navigating the Political Landscape of Climate Science 19:59 The Influence of ICF in Climate Research and Policy 28:56 The Evolution of Dulles Airport and Urban Heat Islands 29:33 Debating Climate Data Adjustments and Global Warming 30:28 Satellite vs. Surface Temperature Records 31:21 Investigating Surface Data and Station Issues 32:35 Historical Climate Patterns and Cyclical Changes 33:54 Data Integrity and the Manipulation of Historical Records 36:35 Exploring the Impact of CO2 and Climate Sensitivity 40:09 The Role of Natural Variability in Climate Change 46:57 Geoengineering, Cloud Seeding, and Weather Modification 58:50 Concluding Thoughts on Climate Change and Future Directions Amazon link: Climate and Energy: The Case for Realism: Cornwall Alliance: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Jeremy Weber teaches and researches the policy and economics of environmental and energy issues. His work applies rigorous statistical analysis and draws from extensive policy experience, having worked as a research economist at a Federal statistical agency (the Economic Research Service) and as a chief economist at the White House (the Council of Economic Advisers). 00:00 Introduction to Jeremy Weber and His Background 00:45 The Big Picture: Statistics for Public Policy 01:04 Understanding Data's Role in Policy Making 02:47 The Map Analogy: Navigating Data and Policy 07:37 Real-world Policy Implications and Challenges 11:51 Magnitude Matters: Interpreting Statistical Significance 24:24 Debating Climate Change Projections and Policy 43:42 Exploring Other Environmental and Policy Issues 47:28 The Role of Experts in Public Discourse 54:53 Closing Thoughts and the Importance of Questioning How to Avoid Lying With Statistics (with Jeremy Weber) 3/4/24: Making Statistics Understandable For Public Policy with Dr. Jeremy Weber (Chasing Leviathan): Statistics for Public Policy: A Practical Guide to Being Mostly Right (or at Least Respectably Wrong): ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Hügo Krüger is a writer, podcaster, and structural engineer with working experience in the nuclear, concrete, and oil and gas industry. He has a master’s degree in the design of nuclear structures, and has also worked on renewable energy. Hugo's podcast guests have included Richard Lindzen, Will Happer, Judith Curry, Tony Heller, Patrick Moore, and Noam Chomsky. 00:00 Meet Hugo Kruger: A Diverse Energy Sector Experience 01:41 Exploring Climate Skepticism and Personal Anecdotes 02:56 Debating Climate Crisis Narratives and Public Perception 05:28 Insights into Energy Policies and Global Perspectives 10:40 The South African Electricity Crisis: A Coal Conundrum 16:52 Global Energy Trends: Coal's Dominance and Future Prospects 20:17 Environmental Policies and Their Impact on Global Energy 23:35 The Role of Coal and Nuclear Power in Energy Reliability 23:58 France's Nuclear Power Journey and Challenges 25:15 Debating Nuclear Safety Standards 27:02 Radiation Exposure: Myths vs. Reality 31:49 The Future of Nuclear Waste Management 33:32 Recycling and the Economic Viability of Nuclear Fuel 35:25 Exploring Alternative Nuclear Technologies 38:08 The Hydrogen Economy: A Fantasy? 39:59 Synthetic Fossil Fuels and the Future of Energy 42:20 Global Coal Reserves and the Myth of Fossil Fuels 44:32 The Real Debate in Energy Economics 46:25 Concluding Thoughts on Energy Narratives YouTube: Substack: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
Latimer Alder is an Independent Commentator on Twitter and elsewhere. He's a Chemist by training, was a business-oriented IT guy by profession and spent a few years as The Man on the Clapham Omnibus. 00:00 Introduction to the Podcast and Guest Speaker 00:11 Personal Background and Approach to Climate Data 00:57 Overview of Previous Podcasts and the Net Zero Concept 03:11 Exploring the Science Behind Net Zero 04:04 Examining the Impact of Climate Change on the World 11:24 Debunking Myths with Data: Agriculture and Natural Disasters 18:38 The Reality of Sea Level Rise and Its Implications 21:40 The Misconceptions Around Climate Models and Consensus 28:22 Questioning the Control of Climate Through CO2 31:31 Summarizing the Scientific Findings on Climate Change 32:02 The Political Landscape of Net Zero in the UK 33:15 The Evolution of Climate Legislation in the UK 35:51 The Shift to 100% Emissions Reduction and Its Implications 41:12 The Real Costs of Achieving Net Zero for Households 47:33 The Unintended Consequences of Climate Policies 53:15 Global Perspectives on Net Zero and Climate Conferences 01:00:16 The Public's Perception and Future of Net Zero 01:03:58 Closing Thoughts and Q&A Slides for this podcast: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
James Edward Kamis is a retired Geologist with forty-two years of experience. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science degree in Geology from Idaho State University. More than forty-six years of research has convinced him that geological forces significantly influence, or in some cases, completely control climate, and climate-related events as per his Plate Climatology Theory. 00:00 Meet James Kamis: A Geologist's Journey 00:24 The Hidden Carbon Footprint of Electric Cars 00:42 Mining's Massive Impact: From Open Pit to Ocean 01:04 Electrical Cars: Beyond the Tailpipe Emissions 01:42 The Environmental Cost of Electric Car Production 08:56 Generating Electricity: The Untold Story 12:19 The Complexities of Electric Car Infrastructure 17:47 Ocean Microplastics: A New Perspective 29:20 Unraveling the Mystery of Ocean Temperature Changes 33:17 Exploring Ocean Warming: The North Atlantic 33:56 Geological Heat Sources and Oceanic Changes 35:54 The Pacific Ocean's Heat Mystery: El Niño and La Niña 39:50 Geoengineering and Climate Intervention Projects 45:15 Melting Ice and Geological Features in Antarctica 53:03 Addressing Coral Bleaching and Forest Fires 54:59 Insights from 'Geological Impacts on Climate' 57:56 Q&A Session: Microplastics, El Niño Predictions, and Future Research June 2023 book by James E. Kamis: “Geological Impacts on Climate” Kamis’ website: YouTube: ———————— AI summaries of all of my podcasts (plus transcripts of recent podcasts): Twitter: Substack: About Tom: Notes for climate skeptics: ClimateGate emails:
Kevin Kirchman is editor of the Climate Science Journal, which he founded in 2017. He developed a broad-based new epistemological view (theory of knowledge), including new theories of deduction (the first since Aristotle), validation (a much-improved scientific method), induction (how we form ideas, or the basis of a science of innovation), lexicology (meaning), and symbolic representation (grammar). 00:00 Introduction: Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory 00:40 Exploring the Scientific Inconsistencies of Greenhouse Gas Theory 02:51 The Role of CO2 in Earth's Energy Spectrum 03:57 Revisiting Fundamental Physics: From Newton to Einstein 04:11 Empirical Evidence Against the Greenhouse Gas Theory 10:41 Thermodynamics and the Earth's Temperature 13:53 The Moon Made of Green Cheese: A Lesson in Epistemology 14:28 Applying a New Theory of Validation to Climate Science 20:58 The Effective Temperature Argument and Its Flaws 25:20 Challenging Prevailing Climate Science Theories 28:33 The Misinterpretation of CO2's Role in Climate 35:44 Concluding Thoughts and the Importance of Scientific Integrity 40:18 Q&A: Addressing Other Theories and the Future of Climate Science Slides for this podcast: ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: About Tom Nelson: YouTube: Twitter: Substack: About Tom:
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Bob Daye

Re: Show 77 Gerald Kutney is a delusional insulting moron who believes his own bullshit. It's actually alarming that people like him are out there and is advising people. He is far more dangerous than any climate change.

Feb 15th