• Merry Crypto Climatecoin Christmas

    • Date: 23/12/17
    • Michael Kile, Quadrant Online

    You’ve heard of BitCoin, which few fully understand. Still, the buzz is huge, which means smart operators are hyping all manner of fresh offerings. Given the relationship between catastropharianism and other people’s money, the climateers were bound to get in on the act Forget Bitcoin and Dutch tulips. Ignore the hundreds of other cryptocurrencies out […]

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  • Francis Menton: U.S. Regains The Ability To Identify Real National Security Threats

    • Date: 20/12/17
    • Francis Menton, Manhattan Contrarian

    If the U.S. had shut down fracking over concerns about climate change it would have been dependent on OPEC and Russia like Europe and the UK are now. Maybe Donald Trump is just not your type of guy, and certainly not the guy you would want to be President; but keep in mind who was the […]

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  • Chinese Company Accused Of Running Empty Buses For Green Subsidies

    • Date: 13/12/17
    • Sixth Tone

    An electric bus that racks up 30,000 kilometers is eligible for up to $75,000 in government funds. A transport operator in northern China has been accused of running a fleet of empty electric buses to meet requirements for government subsidies, new media outlet Beijing Time reported Tuesday. Over a hundred passengerless coaches have taken to the streets […]

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  • Canadian Inuits: There May Be “Too Many Polar Bears Now”

    • Date: 12/12/17
    • Selwyn Duke, New American

    “There’s too many polar bears now.” This observation, which runs counter to the global-warming dogma that rising temperatures are decimating bear populations, was made by Eskimos — people who actually live among the bears. In fairness, this story has not been reported accurately: Many sources have emphasized how Canadian Eskimos have said there are more […]

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  • The Truth About That Dying Polar Bear

    • Date: 09/12/17
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    This was one polar bear dying a gruesome death as happens in the wild all the time. If sea ice loss due to man-made global warming had been the culprit, this bear would not have been the only one starving: the landscape would have been littered with carcasses. Yet other bears around him did not starve and […]

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  • ‘Polar-Bear-Gate’ Emails Revealed

    • Date: 07/12/17
    • Paul Matthews, Climate Scepticism

    A recent paper falsely labelled a number of blogs as AGW ‘deniers’. New FOI emails reveal that the other side of the picture, of a happy family of scientists all in agreement, is also a lie.   The story of the Harvey et al smear paper (previous posts here and here and here) continues to grow rapidly. It’s hard to keep […]

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  • Where The Global Warming Debate Stands

    • Date: 04/12/17
    • John Hinderaker, Power Line

    How volcanoes in the Antarctic could possibly be linked to any human activity is hard to imagine. It is entertaining to see a liberal scientist endorsing Noah and his ark. The scientific debate over Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming continues to rage. In my opinion, the realists are thrashing the hysterics, but for a more neutral […]

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  • Bali Volcano: Contributing to Global Warming, or Global Cooling?

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • William F. Jasper. New American

    What impact, if any, will the continuing Agung eruption and other volcanic activity have on global warming? That is a matter of much debate, with scientific studies pointing to both a cooling and warming effect from the eruptions of the thousands of volcanoes that dot our planet. A view of Mount Agung is seen as […]

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