As a nonscientist, it's daunting for me to work thru the huge volume of information on global climate change.
I've found that the most reliable scientific information comes from respected peer reviewed science journals .

But journals have lots of big words, and lots of small print, and very few illustrations to make it easy for me. You can see why climate denies don't like them.
But that's where the facts are.

How can you tell a good science journal?

BBC Interview with Phil Jones

Daily Mail account

The Economist, review of Daily Mail

Scientific American Cyber bullying

IPCC Fact and Spin

Truth Fights back - debunking climate denier nonsense

The goat woman

Richard Lindzen deliberately blurring lines

Round and Round with Lindzen, Motl, and Jones

Lubos Motl blog post

Low Ball Sea level estimate withdrawn

Vermeer and Rahmsdorf

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Comment by Reggie on March 17, 2010 at 6:40am
@Brandon - It's definitely one of the best produced and researched science and education channels on YouTube.


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