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Why the Left Needs Climate Change

Stephen F. Hayward — Forbes — June 9, 2015 Try this out as a thought experiment: what would happen if, tomorrow morning, we had definitive proof that catastrophic climate change was impossible, wasn’t happening, and would never happen. Would Al Gore breathe a big sigh of relief and say—“Well good; now we can go back […]

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Three Chilling Essays by Michael Crichton on the Bastardization of Modern Science and the New World Religion

From the Science and Public Policy Institute, three essays by Michael Crichton that are ‘must reads’ for anyone wondering how the hell the myth of Global Warming has taken hold in the minds of so many people.  I’ve been saying for a very long time that Anthropogenic Global Warming is the new world religion, as it […]

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Climate Change: Serious threat or fanatical religion?

Marita Noon — Canada Free Press — January 26, 2014 The current cold covering a large portion of the country has, once again, brought out the climate change alarmists with claims of “serious threat.” Due to his respected position, as climate scientist at the University of California, San Diego Institution of Oceanography, Richard C.J. Somerville’s […]

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The Alternative Energy religion is based on a false premise

Beaufort Observer — February 27, 2013 Beaufort County has a habit of chasing pink elephants. That is essentially the strategy upon which our economic development programs has been based for over a decade and it has resulted in colossal failures. In fact, arguably, there have been no winners, and certainly no bonanzas. Now our county […]

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What Fascinates Me About the Climate Change Conversation

Mark Shea — Patheos.com — June 27, 2012 What Fascinates Me About the Climate Change is how the whole thing is conducted, not in the language of science, but in the language of religion. My primary interest in the climate change debate is, if you will, “work-related” as a Catholic writer. What strikes me about the […]

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