I can think of no other area of research where the relaxing of rigor and standards has been encouraged by researchers in order to generate claims more friendly to headlines, political advocacy and even lawsuits . . .
This sums up the feeling of Northern Californians today.
Guest “Don’t mention the YDIH… (wink, wink, nudge, nudge)” by David Middleton The recent discovery of a large, probably young, impact crater beneath the edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet…
The work of experts such as Sylvia Hallam has been ignored in favour of computer models and global warming theory. It is good to see another study that prefers real hard data.
US Parents Sue Over Clandestine Covid-19 School Vaccination Programme Which Does NOT Require Parental Consent
If you live in Washington DC, and your child comes home a bit wobbly, there is a chance the school you entrust with their care just gave them a clandestine Covid jab. Without talking to you about it first, or even warning you afterwards to keep a close watch on your child for adverse vaccine reactions.
Guest “Yee-hah! ” by David Middleton JULY 20, 2021U.S. crude oil exports reached record levels in 2020 and remain high in 2021 Despite volatility in global oil markets, U.S. crude…
Market Forces, an Affiliate of Friends of the Earth, wants regulators to smack New Hope Mining for claiming coal is here to stay. But New Hope have quietly challenged the viability of the entire renewables industry, in official company documents. If this goes to court, buy plenty of popcorn.
“The most interesting thing to me is that liberals and conservatives are just seeing climate science from a completely different epistemic vantage point,” says Suldovsky about the results.
Guest “Only Nixon could go to China” by David Middleton Rick Perry once wanted to abolish the Energy Department. Trump picked him to run it.By Brad Plumer Updated Dec 13,…
Rev. Dr Peter Walker, Principal of United Theological College, thinks emitting industrial CO2 is sinful. But Jesus told us we must take care of the poor - and there is no greater tool for alleviating poverty than industrialisation and economic development.
From a post by Arnout Jaspers at clintel.org. In 2016, a headline grabbing study said that the Antarctic ice sheet is much more unstable than estimated. As a consequence,…
Guest “Thanks Joe!” by David Middleton JULY 22, 2021Summer U.S. natural gas prices are the highest since 2014 In June, the U.S. natural gas spot price at the Henry Hub…
A simple tried and tested generic medical treatment which may reduce Covid deaths by 80% is slowly winning grudging acceptance.
Guest “This would make sense if it was the other BLM” by David Middleton Does anyone here remember the ecoterrorist organization Earth First! and their terrorist attacks in the 1980’s?…
Many of the climate attribution studies are resulting in headlines that are deceptive and result in people coming to incorrect conclusions about the relative roles of global warming and natural variability in current extreme weather. Scary headlines and apocalyptic attribution studies needlessly provoke fear. Furthermore, incorrect and hyped information results in poor decision-making.
Government will therefore throw out the knowledge and skills built up over many years by electrical engineers who know what they are doing. In their place, we will probably end up with the sort of eco loons who infest the Committee on Climate Change.
‘One of the most damaging invasive species on Earth’: wild pigs release the same emissions as 1 million cars each year
Whether you call them feral pigs, boar, swine, hogs, or even razorbacks, wild pigs are one of the most damaging invasive species on Earth, and they’re notorious for damaging agriculture and native wildlife.
"We know very little about viruses and microbes in these extreme environments, and what is actually there," Thompson said. "The documentation and understanding of that is extremely important: How do bacteria and viruses respond to climate change? What happens when we go from an ice age to a warm period like we're in now?"
Signs of a resurgence in La Nina and the potential implications on global temperatures and the upcoming winter season
In fact, there are signs right now that suggest the resurgence may already be underway in the central Pacific Ocean. The return of La Nina could have implications on global temperatures and also on the upcoming winter season of 2021-2022.
The EU is once again attempting to impose a carbon tax on all imports, to stop "carbon leakage", the loss of manufacturing or other businesses relocating to lower cost countries. But a few simple economic calculations demonstrate why the EU's plan will not stop the ongoing haemorrhage of business activity.
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