• Scientists Trace Heat Wave To Massive Star At Center Of Solar System

    • Date: 30/07/16
    • The Onion

    PASADENA, CA—Groundbreaking new findings announced Monday suggest the record-setting heat wave plaguing much of the United States may be due to radiation emitted from an enormous star located in the center of the solar system. Scientists believe the star, which they have named G2V65, may in fact be the same bright yellow orb seen arcing […]

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  • The “Fastest Warming Place” On Planet Earth Was Actually Cooling

    • Date: 23/07/16
    • Jo Nova

    A new Antarctic study wipes out 20 years of panic about the West Antarctic Peninsula. All these years while people were crying about penguins, it turns out that the place was cooling rather than warming. Mankind has emitting a third of all its “CO2-pollution” ever from 1998, and there was “no discernible” effect on Antarctica. […]

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  • No Sh** Sherlock: Global Warming & Climate Sceptics Caused Brexit

    • Date: 19/07/16
    • Vinny Davis, Swarajya Magazine

    The result of the referendum in Britain leading to its exit from the European Union (EU) revealed how an extended caveat of global warming and Syrian refugee crisis led to the death knell for the union’s stability as a united bloc. The refugee crisis in Syria was aggravated by the prolonged droughts in the region, […]

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  • California Lieutenant Governor: Our Global Warming Plans Devastate The Poor

    • Date: 19/07/16
    • Andrew Follett, The Daily Caller

    California’s Democratic lieutenant governor said Friday that the state’s plan of obtaining half of its electricity from green energy by 2030 will distressingly impact the poor. “There is a regressive nature to some of these things,” Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said at a conference on green energy Friday. “We have to be sensitive to issues relating to energy costs.” […]

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  • What Brexit Means for British Shale Ambitions

    • Date: 15/07/16
    • The American Interest

    New government sends a signal that energy policy decisions will be evaluated more on economic merits than green concerns. If that’s the case, then Britain’s shale potential could be one step closer to being realized. One of the more interesting and less-discussed implications of Brexit has to do with British energy security—more specifically what lies ahead for […]

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  • Nick Timothy, Theresa May’s Right-Hand Man, On UK Steel Crisis & Unilateral Climate Policy

    • Date: 14/07/16
    • Nick Timothy, Conservative Home

    Nick Timothy is Theresa May’s right-hand man and a key adviser. In April he wrote a hard-hitting attack on Britain’s “unilateral and monstrous act of self-harm – or rather, the act of harm inflicted upon industrial Britain by Parliament – that was the Climate Change Act.” Nick Timothy on Britain’s steel crisis and the Climate […]

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  • Project Fear From Lord Krebs

    • Date: 13/07/16
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The Committee on Climate Change have produced a deliberately scaremongering report, based on very little evidence and a huge amount of modelling. They have failed to provide any evidence that the small amount of warming seen in the UK has had any deleterious effect at all. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/12/killer-heatwaves-to-become-commonplace-within-30-years-thanks-to/ The Telegraph reports: Heatwaves fierce enough to kill thousands […]

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  • Germany Chucks One Green Subsidy Out, Reaches for Another

    • Date: 12/07/16
    • The American Interest

    So much for the feed-in tariff. That was the mechanism by which Berlin kickstarted its solar and wind energy ambitions—it guaranteed renewable energy producers locked-in, above-market rates for their power over a long period of time, and just like that, for larger projects, it’s no more. The FT reports: Rising bills and pressure from the EU — which […]

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