Monthly Archives: May 2012

Originally posted on Big Picture News, Informed Analysis:
Recently I blogged about Neil Adger, who’s currently leading an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) chapter that will examine decidedly non-scientific issues such as “culture, values, and society.” I reported that…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
From the Data dot Gov website, this data set: https://explore.data.gov/d/8vq3-ke4t …has been turned into a stunning image of the United states. Each line represents an individual tornado, while the brightness of the line…

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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
“Top US companies shelling out to block action on climate change – Analysis of 28 companies finds cases of support for thinktanks that misrepresent climate science, including Heartland Institute” Some of America’s top companies are…

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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
Individual rights must take a backseat to community interests. Sound familiar? That’s probably because it’s been the ideology that American presidents have been agreeing to since 1992. Enter Agenda 21, the 40 chapter document from…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Complete bullshit. 1908 had already seen two hurricanes by this date, and was one of the ten coldest years on record according to GISS. 1908 Atlantic hurricane season 1908 Atlantic hurricane season – Wikipedia, the…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
From the University of Copenhagen comes realization that Greenland’s current warm spell is not unprecedented. In the early 1920s and 1930s, temperatures were high, similar to that of the present, and this affected…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
International Telecommunication Union, part of the United Nations (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Via Junkscience.com, comes this worrisome editorial from the Washington Times. The new world order invades your computer Imagine if everything you did…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Editorial by Dr. Fred Singer Romney can clinch the election by detailing an energy policy that restores jobs, prosperity, and American economic leadership. “To be credible, a reform agenda must have some reform…

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Originally posted on suyts space:
Any frequent reader of this blogs would see that I’m highly critical of our education system.  The educators, bureaucrats, and politicians make a high quality education for our children nearly impossible.  But, this isn’t to…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Michael Coren and guest Bob Carter on why Canada stands above the rest when it comes to being honest about climate change. See the full interview here: http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/video/1662151109001 See also Bob Carter’s essay:…

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