Polar bears are here to stay

from Michigan Pete, comment at Gristmill on 26-04-08: I think we need to stop worrying about the polar bears... A survey of the animals' numbers in Canada's eastern Arctic has revealed that they are thriving, not declining... In the Davis Strait area, a 140,000-sq kilometre region, the polar bear population has grown from 850 in the mid-1980s to 2,100 today. "There aren't just a few more bears. There are a hell of a lot more bears," said Mitch Taylor, a polar bear biologist who has spent 20 years studying the animals."

Curious Anomalies in Climate Science

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"Curious Anomalies" is a personal story of change. I'm not a trained scientist but I taught myself the key science because it seemed vital if I was to understand such an important issue about which there have been serious charges of misleading people like myself, in the science itself. Please check the references for details of evidence and science. Nobody is sponsoring me. My concerns are environmental, and, were it not for what I now know is bad science that they support, I would be working with Transition Towns. Checking contradictory sources, and continuing to question, became essential to discovering which "side" had the truth.


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