This website contains a broad analysis of Earth’s temperature and climate as it is affected by the Sun, the atmosphere, the Earth’s surface, and life on Earth, including humans. The Overview menu item above provides access to a comprehensive presentation as well as links to more detailed pages. The real challenge we are giving you is to reason with us, for we are not telling you what to think. The menu above is also broad topically and promises to inform. Lean in and see what you can learn.

Introduction Video   (click on image)


This 3 min video covers the essence of the material and intent on this website.   It is intended to introduce the viewer to the overall topics in what is required for AGW to be valid and what is the summary statement on if that is true or not.

Climate Video Presentation (click on image)


This 1 hour long video covers the full range of topics in a relatively short time.   It is intended to offer general arguments and insights into the science and even politics, allowing the viewer to read more on this site.

The atmosphere is a diverse and chaotic part of our earth. The climate history is examined as to what we can learn what to expect in the future. The climate cycles and the natural causes are numerous and are examined. Volcanoes, solar, oceans and even clouds play a major role in our climate as they do in our weather. As to how Temperature data is measured, has also to be examined closely, for it is full of accuracy questions.

Plimer Video Presentation (click on image)


This 15 min long video by Dr Plimer is a good view into the earth and its climate and its history by a geologist.  It is a good survey of a logical process of viewing the earth and its various components.  It attempts to show how the sun is a key in the climate of earth.

Willie Soon Video Presentation (click on image)


This 11+ min long video by Dr Willie Soon is an introductory view into the complexity of the earth's climate, and the role natural variability has such as solar variability. He brings his unique passion for good science and his criticism of bad science, infusing his sense of humor.

Often discussions about CO2 begin with the GHE (greenhouse gas effect) and its warming of the planet. These theories are quite widespread and will be examined.  The carbon cycle is very important to understand the role and journey of CO2, and how it affects life on earth. Many myths persist in the media and are examined along with the CO2 Facts. There are IPCC models that attempt to predict the future climate, but the results thus far are poor.  The examination of alternative models for the past century provides good insight into the drivers of climate.

Can Models Predict Climate  (click on image)


This 5 min video by Dr Happer explores whether or not the computer models can predict the climate in a few decades from now or even at the end of this century.

The IPCC at the UN has been the driver of the political movement that AGW has become. Claims of consensus of 97% will be examined and seen as untrue. The label of Denier has been used freely with intimidation intended. Predictions however continue to fail on almost all fronts. And evidence of data tampering are quite apparent.

Lord Monckton's Presentation (click on image)


This video by Lord Monckton is a look inside the political origins and intent of the climate political movement we are calling AGW.  He challenges a number of media and institutions and accuses them of misleading the public.

The needs to continue the Energy generation for now and the future are essential to mankind. The means and forecasts will be examined. Some say however despite the doubt about AGW that we should seek precaution and do something anyway. The so-called precautionary principle is a foundation element for AGW in addition to the political goals. The Paris Accord was a flawed agreement with little impact and a high cost. Can this be afforded, or what should our best Policies be?

Matt Ridley's Video Presentation


This video by Matt Ridley is a comprehensive view into the current climate policies, the effects of CO2 on our current and future world, and the IPCC framework for future policies and their validity.