Daily Archives: July 1, 2012

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President Obama is fighting to make electricity unaffordable and unavailable in the US, while Pakistan struggles to do the opposite. Pakistanis Tire of Water, Electricity Shortages ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s new prime minister, Raja Pervez Ashraf,…

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The report, from the National Academy of Sciences, found that the impacts of melting ice and warming, expanding oceans will hit California harder because most of the state’s coast line is slowly sinking due to…

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In classic Soviet style, none of the leading alarmists will engage in debate. Romm censors any comment which disagrees with his claims. Gleick turned down an offer to debate at Heartland, then committed several felonies…

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When is the World Waking up to Global Warming – National Native American Culture | Examiner.com Terrance – you are a flaming idiot. All living things die, and the Arctic is covered with ice. arctic.io…

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Watts Up With That? Guest post by Douglas J. Keenan The 2012 UK Conference of Science Journalists was held on June 25th. The programme is available on the UKCSJ web site. The conference is intended for science journalists, as its … Continue reading

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Watts Up With That? Guest post by Indur M. Goklany On June 29th, the temperature at Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Washington, DC, hit 104 °F and it was duly noted by all and sundry that this was the hottest … Continue reading

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Watts Up With That? The Hill reports: A former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official who resigned earlier this year for comparing his work to crucifixion has found new employment with a leading green group. The Sierra Club on Friday announced … Continue reading

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