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Climate Alarmists Have Been Wrong About Virtually Everything

Alex Newman — New American — January 8, 2016 The 1975 Newsweek article entitled “The Cooling World,” which claimed Earth’s temperature had been plunging for decades due to humanity’s activities, opens as follows: There are ominous signs that the Earth’s weather patterns have begun to change dramatically and that these changes may portend a drastic […]

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On Climate Sensitivity

Anthony Bright-Paul — Climate Change Dispatch — January 15, 2015 Have you ever Googled ‘climate sensitivity’ in order to find a clear definition? I have. One can then get plunged into a jungle of meaningless verbiage, specially designed by charlatans for charlatans. If we are to deal with language alone, there is no way that […]

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UK: As the Tide Turns on Wind Farms, What is Causing this Wind of Change?

Brian Daniel — The Journal — August 27, 2014 A growing number of wind farm proposals in Northumberland are being refused amid an apparent turning of the tide You don’t have to go back too far to a time when you couldn’t open The Journal without reading about residents Northumberland begging for mercy from an […]

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Climate change alarmism is a belief system, and needs to be evaluated as such.

Nigel Lawson — May 27, 2014 —  Global Warming Policy Foundation There is something odd about the global warming debate — or the climate change debate, as we are now expected to call it, since global warming has for the time being come to a halt. I have never shied away from controversy, nor — […]

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Forget Global Warming. Climate Change. Climate Disruption. It’s Now Climate Chaos.

“We have 500 days to avoid climate chaos.” Patrick Goodenough — CNSnews.com — May 19, 2014 French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, gearing up to host a major U.N. climate conference at the end of next year, wants to start referring to “climate disruption” or “climate chaos” rather than “climate change” – since, he says, “change” […]

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6 Reasons Climate Alarmists Lose Credibility: # 1 They Keep Moving the Goal Posts

Six Reasons Man-made Climate Change Alarmists Lose Credibility February 21, 2014  Does climate change exist? Sure. On an elementary level, there was once an ice age and today there is not. So obviously, the climate changes. The deeper question is how much of an impact human interaction with the planet contributes to changes in the […]

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Risking Lives to Promote Climate Change Hype

Tip o’ the hat to our FB friend John O’Sullivan for this article. Paul Driessen — Principia Scientific International – January 9, 2014 Will global warming alarmists ever set aside their hypotheses, hyperbole, models and ideologies long enough to acknowledge what is actually happening in the real world outside their windows? Will they at least […]

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Mann Made Climate Change

Originally posted on Real Science:
Before Mikey rewrote history, climate scientists actually did science. In the opinion of M. Auguste   Bouchayer, scientist and engineer, there were no glaciers in Europe in   the Middle Ages. In a recent communication to the Dauphine Scientific Society, he submits the conclusion that since the Middle Ages there has been…

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50,000 people Protest in Poland against the UN’s climate change agenda

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Australia — Climate change turning desert green

ABC News (Australia) — July 4, 2013 New research shows that global warming is turning the far west desert green. Findings by the CSIRO reveal that rising levels of carbon dioxide make plants in arid regions like Broken Hill grow bigger leaves. Research scientist Dr Randall Donohue says outback foliage initially expands to trap more […]

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The real deniers of climate change

Foolish doom-criers stand fast despite a chill David Deming — The Washington Times — April 23, 2013 The Northern Hemisphere is experiencing unusually cold weather. Snow cover  last December was the greatest since satellite monitoring began in 1966. The  United Kingdom had the coldest March weather in 50 years, and there were more  than a […]

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Group wants climate change warning labels on gas nozzles. The lunacy continues.

Group concerned about climate change proposes warning labels for gas nozzles Victor Ferreira — Ottawa Citizen — April 4, 2013 An environmental group focused on the dangers of climate change is lobbying for Canadian municipalities to pass bylaws that would require warning labels on gas station pump nozzles. Lawyer Robert Shirkey says the warning labels […]

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The False Gods Of Climate Change Called Out On Easter…

The Ulsterman Report — March 31, 2013 Even as soon-to-be has been political figures like Barack Obama continue to spout more hot air on the need to combat (nonexistent) climate change, the real data points to earth temperatures that have remained largely unchanged since the big doom and gloom push that we would all by now […]

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Rural Mainers turn out in force to back bills that would change wind energy law

Robert Long — BDN Maine — March 28, 2013 AUGUSTA, Maine — People who live near wind farms and other opponents of expedited permitting for wind energy projects packed a legislative hearing room Thursday to testify in favor of three bills that aim to change parts of the Wind Energy Act of 2008. The act, which […]

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Winds of Change Pt. 1 — Green Energy backlash

CKWS tv — March 26, 2013 GREEN ENERGY PROJECTS ARE TAKING ROOT ACROSS OUR REGION.  BUT THEY DON’T COME WITHOUT CONTROVERSY.  UNHAPPY RESIDENTS IN SEVERAL AREAS ARE OPPOSING WIND TURBINES, YET MANY PROJECTS ARE GOING AHEAD ANYWAY. IN THE FIRST OF HER TWO PART SERIES, “WINDS OF CHANGE”, NEWSWATCH’S HEATHER BUTTS HAS EXPERTS WEIGH-IN ON TURBINE BACKLASH. Click here to […]

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