Panel 6A: Today’s Extreme Weather Is Not That Extreme

This panel will discuss the actual data about tornadoes, wildfires, “historic” and “extreme” temperatures, and hurricanes.

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Panel 5A: Killing Agriculture to Save the Planet

This panel will address topics such as the mindless resistance to Golden Rice, the climate-policy-caused food riots in Sri Lanka, the madness of restricting agriculture in the Netherlands, and how climate change policies are affecting the collection of sea food.

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Panel 3A: Is Climate Science Scientific?

Leading off this session, Tom Sheahen will describe the right way to use computer modeling when doing science: A complex model is a collection of hypotheses, based on assumptions.  These models must be verified by comparing the output results with actual measured data Any complex computer model cannot be trusted to carry very far into […]

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Panel 2A: Understanding What’s Really Happening to the Climate

Judith Curry, Ph.D., will give a presentation (remotely via video) titled “Climate Uncertainty and Risk”; Ross McKitrick, Ph.D., will give a presentation titled “Updated Climate Sensitivity and the Social Cost of Carbon”; Richard Lindzen, Ph.D., will give a presentation that is yet to be determined.

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Panel 1A: Taking the Temperature of Global Temperatures

Anthony Watts will discuss how the U.S. temperature data has been hopelessly corrupted; Willie Soon, Ph.D., will speak about the effect of the sun on global temperatures, and how that is not taken well-enough into account; and Joe Bastardi will speak about the effect of the oceans on global temperatures.

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