Archive | June, 2014

When NOAA is Caught Fudging the Numbers, They Recant and Say that July 1936 was Actually Hottest on Record

NOAA’s temperature control knob for the past, present and maybe the future — July 1936 now hottest month again. Watt’s Up With That — June 29, 2014 Two years ago during the scorching summer of 2012, July 1936 lost its place on the leaderboard and July 2012 became the hottest month on record in the […]

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Government Data Show U.S. in Decade-Long Cooling

Tip o’ the hat to M. K. Barton for this article. James Taylor — Forbes.com — June 25, 2014 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s most accurate, up-to-date temperature data confirm the United States has been cooling for at least the past decade. The NOAA temperature data are driving a stake through the heart of […]

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Michigan Court Backs Finding of Wind Turbine Noise Problem

Jack Spencer — Michigan Capitol Confidential — June 28, 2014 Michigan’s 51st Circuit Court has ruled that Mason County was justified in determining that wind turbines at the Lake Winds Industrial Wind Plant near Ludington are too noisy. In his June 16 decision, Judge Richard Cooper denied Consumer Energy’s appeal to have the court overturn […]

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UK: Green Energy Cost Hits Record High as Expensive Turbines Built at Sea

Annual bill for consumers to subsidise renewable technologies has soared to more than £2.5bn as more plants are built and the cost for each unit of electricity rises Emily Gosden — The Telegraph — June 28, 2014 The cost of generating green electricity has hit a record high as subsidies are handed to expensive offshore […]

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The Conspiracy Theory

Originally posted on windfarmaction:
In the Politics of Energy and the Global Warming Agenda we come across certain terms which reflect where we as a Society have gone: Cognitive Dissonance – The tendency to resist information that we don’t want to think about, because if we did it would conflict with an illusion we have…

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Tom Adams: Return of Ontario’s Six Billion Dollar Man

Tom Adams – June 24, 2014 Bob Chiarelli is back as the Wynne government’s Energy Minister. Last December, I started the series “Chiarelli: Ontario’s Six Billion Dollar Man” to track some of Bob wacky assertions about energy in Ontario. You can select the series the categories on the right hand side of your screen. The […]

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Swimming bear video used to promote climate change threat to polar bears

Originally posted on polarbearscience:
A video being hyped around the internet – “Witness a polar bear’s heartbreaking swim for ice in the Arctic” said one headline – is simply shameless propaganda, facilitated by the US Geological Survey and its polar bear biologists. USGS scientists involved in this work should be ashamed of themselves. The caption…

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Governments Colluded With Wind Industry, to Hide Truth About Wind Turbine Noise!

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Scotland: RSPB to present results of 5 year study on IWT’s, Showing Strong Negative Effects on Birds

Evidence of strong negative effects of wind farm development on birds The Caithness Courier — June 22, 2014 THE effects of the construction of wind farms and their operation on birds is to be looked at in a Thurso seminar. David Douglas, of the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science, is to give a talk on ‘Breeding […]

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North Dakota Wind Developer Demands More Land for Turbines in an FAA Restricted Area

Where does the wind go: Adams Co. turbines may need more land RenewablesBiz — June 22, 2014 “Wild is the wind,” jazz artist Nina Simone sang. Indeed, building infrastructure around free-flowing wind for its energy potential can be just as unpredictable. A $350 million wind turbine farm near Hettinger may expand to a larger area […]

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Scottish Government to ban Wind Turbines from Scenic Locations (Wouldn’t that be the whole country?)

Herald Scotland — June 23, 2014 WIND turbines are expected to be banned from Scotland’s beauty spots. The Scottish Government will today announce a ban on wind farms from National Parks and National Scenic Areas. Ministers have responded to criticism from conservationists and ordered the clampdown as part of a new planning strategy. The policy […]

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Receding Swiss Glaciers Reveal 4000 Year Old Forests – Warmists Try To Suppress Findings

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood ? As many sources, including HH Lamb, have pointed out, back in the Bronze Age around 2000BC, the climate in the Alps was much warmer than now. It is therefore no surprise to find direct evidence of this from geologist Dr. Christian…

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Further startling news out of Denmark on the Mink Farm

From the World Council for Nature — June 23, 2014 Mink farm in the news, again The fur farmer Kaj Bank Olesen now complains that, when the wind blows from the South West (where the nearby wind turbines are), mother minks attack their own puppies – those that were born healthy after the 1,600 miscarriages […]

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The global warming hiatus? Climate models all wrongly predicted warming, so let’s call it a discrepancy

Ross McKitrick — Financial Post — June 17, 2014 While the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) still uses the iconic word “unequivocal” to describe warming of the climate system over the past century, a new word has slipped into its lexicon: the “hiatus.” They have begun referring, with a bit of hesitant throat-clearing, to […]

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The Scandal of Fiddled Global Warming Data

The US has actually been cooling since the Thirties, the hottest decade on record Christopher Booker — The Telegraph — June 21, 2014 When future generations try to understand how the world got carried away around the end of the 20th century by the panic over global warming, few things will amaze them more than […]

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