• Rediscovering Gaia’s Riches

    • Date: 29/06/16
    • The American Interest

    The Malthusians of the world are always right until they’re wrong. They’ll warn of impending resource depletion until they’re blue in the face, but time and again human ingenuity (and natural providence) has made fools of them. What a week it’s been for resource exploration! The Washington Post has a story about an new, exciting potential new aquifer in […]

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  • ThinkProgress: ‘Global Warming Caused Brexit’

    • Date: 28/06/16
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    It only took four days after U.K. voters chose to leave the European Union for a liberal climate scientist and eco-activist to blame the whole event on — you guessed it — global warming. Joe Romm, a climate scientist and writer for the liberal blog ThinkProgress, wrote an article Monday arguing the so-called “Brexit” and […]

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  • Brexit And Climate Change

    • Date: 26/06/16
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    Some speculations on Brexit and climate change. Did climate change cause Brexit?   Ha ha.  Well, the politics of climate change policies seems to have influenced the voters.  there seems to be a substantial confluence of British climate change skeptics and people that voted ‘yes’ for Brexit.   Climate policies are one of the topics […]

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  • U.S. Professors Investigated For Presenting Opposing Viewpoints

    • Date: 23/06/16
    • Ashe Schow, The Washington Examiner

    Two professors at the University of Northern Colorado were investigated after students complained that they were forced to hear opposing viewpoints. The complaints were made to Northern Colorado’s “Bias Response Team,” an Orwellian office on campus that asks students to report their peers and professors for anything that upsets or offends them. When the news […]

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  • Return Of The Global Warming Pause?

    • Date: 23/06/16
    • Roy Spencer

    2016 will likely see record global warmth in satellite data … but the approaching La Nina might extend the global warming pause to 20 years. Even though global average tropospheric temperatures are rapidly falling now as La Nina approaches, it is usually the second calendar year of an El Nino event that is the warmest, […]

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  • Climate Change Claims Its First Species – Or Does It?

    • Date: 20/06/16
    • Roger Andrews, Energy Matters

    Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, but in this case the evidence is rather flimsy. This post briefly reviews the demise of the Bramble Cay melomys, a rat-like mammal that is no longer to be found on Bramble Cay, a tiny coral atoll between Australia and Papua-New Guinea and the animal’s only known habitat. The acknowledged […]

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  • Green Dilemma: Will Climate Fears Trump Nuclear Fears?

    • Date: 18/06/16
    • The American Interest

    The modern environmental movement has a long history campaigning against nuclear power, but that opposition has looked increasingly foolish in recent years as greens have identified climate change as public enemy #1. Nuclear power doesn’t produce any of those dastardly greenhouse gas emissions your average eco-activist finds so deplorable, and unlike wind and solar, nuclear power […]

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  • Green Mentality: Climate Lies For The Planet Are OK

    • Date: 16/06/16
    • Jo Nova

    So much of what drives the cult of climate fear is the rewarding affirmation that they are intellectually gifted. “Pat me on the back! Tell me how smart I am!”  It fills the low-self-esteem vacuum of a B-grade brain or an untrained naive mind. It’s a sugar-hit to the undisciplined being, looking for the easy […]

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