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The Engineer Behind the Climate Change Train Wreck

Leslie Eastman — Legal Insurrection — March 24, 2013 Last week, we took a look at 2 graphic debunking recent climate change hysteria. Recently, even more evidence was presented by British scientist David Whitehouse, the Science Editor of the Global Warming Policy Foundation. Despite the organization’s name, Whitehouse’s group held firm that their data indicate no warming […]

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Earth Hour Plays on Climate Change Fears say Friends of Science

Environmental Expert.com — March 22, 2013 Calgary, Alberta, Canada (PRWEB) March 22, 2013 — Earth Hour purports to unite people to protect the planet. Friends of Science argue that most climate policies driven by global warming rhetoric have denigrated the scientific method and caused more harm than good, creating ‘heat or eat’ poverty. “For sixty years people have […]

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Climate change to worsen hurricane storm surge by the END of the CENTURY! Are they KIDDING??

Climate change to worsen hurricane storm surge Doyle Rice — USA Today — March 18, 2013 The USA could see a storm like Hurricane Katrina every two years. Could the USA deal with a Hurricane Katrina every two years? Such a scenario is possible by the end of the century due to climate change, according […]

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Climate Change: Big Lie Exposed in Oslo

Roland Seguin, Langley Advance — March 14, 2013 University of Oslo study concludes that changes in global atmospheric CO2 are lagging: 11-12 months behind changes in sea surface temperatures; 9.5-10 months behind changes in air surface temperatures; nine months behind changes in lower troposphere temperatures. Changes in ocean temperatures explain a substantial part of the […]

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Climate Change Cools off

John Hayward – Red State — March 8, 2013 These are not happy times for the Church of Global Warming, which has been trying to repackage its manufactured hysteria as “climate change” for several years.  But according to the New York Times on Thursday, we’ve actually come full circle to where we began in the Seventies: global cooling. […]

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Human-caused Climate change less than expected

Paul C. Knappenberger —  The Cato Institute — March 6, 2013 President Obama is determined to do something about global warming, telling Congress in his State of the Union address that if they won’t act on it, he will. The president’s refrain is familiar, but unfortunate. Obama continues to ignore new science suggesting that the […]

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Climate change activists have it all wrong

Adam Legge — Calgary Chamber — February 2013 Rhetoric and impassioned speeches often generate massive amounts of applause and media coverage, but sadly, they often don’t really hit the issue. Two speeches this week have me shaking my head about what gets headlines versus reality. The first was federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, who recently […]

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The UN’s climate-change hypocrisy

Teresa Platt — Director, Environment and Enterprise Institute — March 6, 2013 A recent United Nations report admonished the world for not becoming “climate neutral” fast enough to avoid the “catastrophic consequences” of climate change. It’s an odd complaint for the U.N. to make, considering that the international body has failed to reduce its own greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. […]

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Scotland — The winds of change are blowing. So what next?

Ben Acheson — Think Scotland BACK IN 2004, there were 12 operational wind farms in the UK and average annual energy bills were £522. Today, 355 operational wind farms dot our countryside and we pay around £1,252 for energy each year. As wind farms have multiplied, energy bills have more than doubled. Over 5.5 million […]

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Canadian climate change critic gets ‘take down’ notice from IPCC lawyers at the UN

Donna LaFramboise writes: It says that documents released via the Secret Santa leak are “not for public distribution” and requests that I remove them from my website. Which probably means it’s a good idea for those of you who are seeding the torrent to keep your clients open a while longer. But really, the cat is out-of-the-bag. The damage is […]

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Professor Calls for Death Penalty for Climate Change Deniers

Timothy Birdnow — American Thinker — December 31. 2012 It is as inevitable as the rising of the sun; the Left, when thwarted in their quest for power, suggests the use of lethal force to compel those who disagree. There is a nauseating litany of murders done by our betters in their pursuit of the […]

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Most Arctic Animals should deal with Climate Change just fine

From the Smithsonian.com — December 21, 2012 In a new study by Anouschka Hof, Roland Jansson and Christer Nilsson, all at Umeå University in Sweden, the trio of scientists found that, in most cases, global warming will actually give a boost to Arctic and subarctic life. Looking at 61 terrestrial mammal species that currently inhabit high-latitude Europe the scientists found that, under […]

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Maybe Climate Change Just Really Isn’t A Problem After All?

Tim Worstall — Forbes — December 19, 2012 As far as I’m concerned the great unknown of climate change has been what is the climate sensitivity? Everything else that we’ve been told I’m just fine with. That methane and CO2 are greenhouse gases for example. That uncontrolled emission of them might well lead to problems: […]

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“Cooling Down the Fears of Climate Change” — Exposing IPCC predictions

Matt Ridley — The Wall Street Journal — December 18, 2012 Forget the Doha climate jamboree that ended earlier this month. The theological discussions in Qatar of the arcana of climate treaties are irrelevant. By far the most important debate about climate change is taking place among scientists, on the issue of climate sensitivity: How […]

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EDITORIAL: Chilling climate-change news — New leak shows predictions of planetary warming have been overstated

The Washington Times — December 18, 2012 When politicians want evidence to back up their belief that mankind is heating up the planet, they turn to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The Nobel Prize-winning organization was responsible for the famous hockey-stick graph used to demonstrate the purported warming effect of man-made carbon dioxide. […]

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