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Climate Strike: Meltdown Edition

Climate Strike: Meltdown Edition

HENRY RODGERS CAPITOL HILL REPORTER   The Climate Strike at the United States Capitol saw a lot of children on the stage arguing that the Green New Deal is a good idea for the future of the world. There was a massive protest in front of the United States Capitol on Friday, where hundreds of […]

More Fake Five-Alarm Crises From the IPCC

More Fake Five-Alarm Crises From the IPCC

  By Paul Driessen Efforts to stampede the USA and world into forsaking fossil fuels and modern farming continue apace. UN and other scientists recently sent out news releases claiming July 2019 was the “hottest month ever recorded on Earth” – nearly about 1.2 degrees C (2.2 degrees F) “above pre-industrial levels.” That era happens […]

A Red Team Review of Climate Crisis Assertions

A Red Team Review of Climate Crisis Assertions

  By Paul Driessen Various scientists, politicians and activists have long insisted that the United States and world must end fossil fuel use to prevent dangerous manmade global warming, climate change and extreme weather disasters. They say “the science is settled” and the time to act is now. Many other experts have pointed out that […]

The Newest New Green Energy Deal

The Newest New Green Energy Deal

    By Twila Le Page-Hughes What a deal!  This is from one of our newest Democrat (socialist) representatives, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  Everyone is calling her AOC for short.  A newly-minted upstart from New York. Her take on curing Climate Change Democratic candidate hopefuls for the Oval Office echo is: To eliminate planes, cars, buses and […]

Trump right about prosperity and the environment

Trump right about prosperity and the environment

  By Tom Harris Despite the anger of activists about President Donald Trump’s official Earth Day statement, he was right to highlight the important role economic prosperity and a strong market economy play in protecting the environment. After all, without prosperity, we cannot afford to properly protect nature. The President explained: “Environmental protection and economic prosperity go […]

We must hope Dr. Soon is right …

We must hope Dr. Soon is right …

  Jeffrey Foss, PhD And the global warming apocalypse is not nigh. Real-world evidence certainly supports him. Everyone has heard the bad news. Imminent Climate Apocalypse (aka “global warming” and “climate change”) threatens humanity and planet with devastation, unless we abandon the use of fossil fuels. Far fewer people have heard the good news. The […]

‘We’ve Become Dumber’: Media Rushes to Tie Record-Breaking Cold on Global Warming

‘We’ve Become Dumber’: Media Rushes to Tie Record-Breaking Cold on Global Warming

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor A “polar vortex” event is breaking record-low temperature readings across the Great Plains and Midwest, and many in the media are rushing to blame the deep freeze on global warming. The New York Times, for example, filled the top of its website with coverage of the Midwest’s polar plunge, including one […]

Colorado energy company Xcel goes crazy green

Colorado energy company Xcel goes crazy green

  David Wojick, PhD Awhile back, I wrote an article about how the radical Colorado Energy Plan is actually designed to serve the gigantic Colorado utility company Xcel – not Colorado families and businesses – by beefing up Xcel’s asset base … and bottom line … with $2.5 billion worth of new generating capacity. The kicker is […]

Fear Over a Rising Sea is a Ruse

Fear Over a Rising Sea is a Ruse

  By Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris For the past 50 years, scientists have been studying climate change and the possibility of related sea level changes resulting from melting ice and warming oceans. Despite the common belief that increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in our atmosphere could result in catastrophic sea level rise, […]

New Airborne Campaigns to Explore Snowstorms, River Deltas, Climate

New Airborne Campaigns to Explore Snowstorms, River Deltas, Climate

Five new NASA Earth science campaigns will take to the field starting in 2020 to investigate a range of pressing research questions, from what drives intense East Coast snowfall events to the impact of small-scale ocean currents on global climate. These studies will explore important, but not-well-understood, aspects of Earth system processes and were competitively […]

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