David Legates, Professor of Geography and Climatology, former Director of the Center for Climatic Research, University of Delaware, and a Senior Fellow of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation: Is a warmer climate and more carbon dioxide a net benefit to life on the planet? The answer to this question is a resounding “YES.” More people die from exposure to cold than heat. A longer growing season is more beneficial to feeding a growing population. Carbon dioxide is plant food. So, what is the climatic benefit of spending trillions of dollars for inaccurate computer model "research," forcing the world to stop using fossil fuels and putting people's lives back to the Middle Ages?
Climate scientists rebut 2016 warmest year (David Legates, Judith Curry, Richard Lindzen, reported by Kate Hardiman) USofA16.Mar.2017
Kate Hardiman, student at the University of Notre Dame reporting at The College Fix about scientists David Legates, U. of Delaware, Judith Curry, retired from Georgia Institute of Technology, and Richard Lindzen, Emeritus Professor of MIT and their explanations of 2016 reportedly being the "warmest year ever."
The Cornwall Alliance has produced four short videos on the topics of: a) CO2: Pollutaant or Plant Food?, b) History and Myth: The CO2 Record, c) Is CO2 as Dangerous as Commonly Thought?, d) Are Religion and Science in Conflict? Many will find these easy to understand, obvious and helpful. Contributors: Thomas Sheahen, Anthony Watts, Leighton Steward, Harold Doiron, Patrick Michaels, Fred Singer, Robert Carter, Robert Cunningham, Tom Wysmuller, Roy Spencer, David Lerates, Jay Richards.