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Catch it Tonight on TVO @ 9:00 p.m.– “Big Wind”

Starting at 8:00 tonight, The Agenda with Steve Paikin will focus on wind turbines in Ontario and there will be a round table discussion, followed at 9:00 by the documentary “Big Wind”. Click here to watch preview Exploring the conflict over the controversial development of industrial wind turbines that threaten to irreversibly transform the landscape […]

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No, Being a Climate Change Skeptic Isn’t Like Fearing Vaccines

Stephen Moore — The Daily Signal — March 22, 2015 National Geographic’s latest cover story generated lots of attention for comparing climate change skeptics to those who fear vaccinations, disbelieve NASA’s moon landing, and oppose water fluoridation. The author bemoans the fact that only 40 percent of Americans (according to Pew Research Center) “accept that […]

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What I truly despise about the green mentality.

Originally posted on Pointman's:
It’s about fear, paralysing self-doubt and above all, inward-looking. It has a veneer of caring but it is chronically selfish and insulated from ordinary people. Consequently, it can’t really relate to sweaty complicated variables like human beings. It simplifies them, abstracts them as objects, little unreal figures, digitised peasants populating the…

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Dr. Patrick Moore — Why I am A Climate Change Skeptic

Patrick Moore, Ph.D., has been a leader in international environmentalism for more than 40 years. He cofounded Greenpeace and currently serves as chair of Allow Golden Rice. Moore received the 2014 Speaks Truth to Power Award at the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change, July 8, 2014 in Las Vegas. Watch his presentation on Youtube […]

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Ontario Government Climate Change Presentation Riddled With Mistakes (Town Hall Meeting in Guelph today)

The Climate Change Discussion Paper public town hall in Guelph will be held from 6 — 8 p.m. March 18 at the University of Guelph Arboretum on College Avenue East. Tom Harris — Guelph Mercury — March 17, 2015 On Wednesday, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment is leading a town-hall meeting in Guelph to […]

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Radio Interview about Global Warming with Tim Ball and Elizabeth May

Click here to listen to CFAX podcast with Ian Jessop.  (Interview starts at the 5:30 mark, after the news)      

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North Bay Community Opposition to Wind Project Made Loud and Clear

Rob Learn — North Bay Nipissing News — March 12, 2015 MATTAWA – It was a message loud enough and clear enough that the proponent of a controversial wind energy project couldn’t ignore or deny on Friday night at a community meeting in Mattawa. François Morin, senior development manager with Innergex, said the company needs […]

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Bird Conservation Group Calls for Changes in Collection of Data at Wind Developments

Tip o’ the hat to M. Kay Barton Robert Johns — March 5, 2015 — American Bird Conservancy American Bird Conservancy (ABC) has called on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to institute a new system of pre-construction risk assessment and bird and bat mortality data collection in connection with hundreds of thousands of […]

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First Round-the-World Solar-Powered Flight Takes Off — Only 5 Months to Complete Trip

That’s right. The world’s first solar-powered flight took off from Dubai today and the amazing thing is, it will only take 5 months for them to circumnavigate the globe! According to the article: “Neither pilot will be able to stand in the cockpit while flying, but the seat reclines for stretching and its cushion can […]

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How the CBC and National Post Twist Facts to Suit Their AGW Agenda

There’s a CBC article dealing with Canada hosting fewer North Pole expeditions.  The headline glaringly attributes this to climate change (with a small nod to economics).  Upon reading the article though, the operators of these polar expeditions explain that it is due to the costs of doing business, limited budgets and transportation fees. WAY down […]

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Australia: Legal Move Threatened Over Media Report on Wind Turbines

Simon King, Senior Reporter — The Australian — February 21, 2015 ACOUSTIC expert Steven Cooper is considering launching legal action against the ABC’s Media Watch program for its portrayal of him and his research on the effect of the Pacific Hydro wind turbines on local residents. On the February 16 edition of Media Watch host […]

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Hypocrite Al Gore tells people to invest in renewables while he Dumped his Green Tech Stocks

This article is about Al Gore calling for the ‘punishment’ of climate change deniers, but it also touches on the fact that although he is telling people to invest in renewables, he actually dumped millions of green stocks at a loss…. “Gore also drew criticisms of hypocrisy for exhorting investors to put their funds in […]

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The Ontario Clean Energy Benefit and it’s costs to taxpayers…

Originally posted on Tye's Blog:
You know the Ontario Clean Energy Benefit that is taking 10% off your hydro bill every month? Guess who is paying? You! This “clean energy benefit” is the same one that is costing taxpayers $ 1 billion. One Billion dollars a year! The same ratepayers that are saving 10%…

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More wind generation on Ontario electricity grid means more pollution

Originally posted on The Don Jones Articles:
By: Donald Jones, P.Eng., retired nuclear industry engineer, 2015 January It seems that the more wind there is on the Ontario electricity grid the more pollution there is. Case in point, a snapshot of the Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) Generator Output and Capability Report for 2015 January…

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Ramsele, Sweden Residents Hold Protest March Against Wind Turbines

Ramsele, Sweden (Population roughly 950) held a demonstration against wind turbines on February 14, 2015.    Well done to get this size of a crowd out in such a small little town.  It says a lot.  Tip of the hat to C. Berg for this video. Click here to view the video posted on FB  (There is […]

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