Some even appearing in Al Gore's favourite scientific journal, Geophysical Research Letters. And the idea that Four Corners would even consider fact-checking a climate alarmist is of course absurd.
(And just a note about the Department of Climate Change's recent attempt to scare the horses with its "shock, horror" report about inundated coastal areas - missing from most reports about it was the important little fact that it was based upon "plausible," but still quite unlikely worst case scenarios of the modelling involved. Another example about how information is packaged to send the most alarming message possible, even when the evidence doesn't really support it.)
From Andrew Bolt's blog:
Leading alarmist Professor David Karoly on Four Corners last week:
Karoly should expand his reading. Here is a list of some 450 sceptical papers he seems somehow to have overlooked. Odd that Four Corners didn’t fact-check his claim.