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Al Gore's Nashville Home Enjoyed The Coolest July 21 On Record

Nashville, the home of leading global warming prophet Al Gore, has enjoyed the coolest July 21 on record    

It was delightfully appropriate that, as large parts of Argentina were swept by severe blizzards last week, on a scale never experienced before, the city of Nashville, Tennessee, should have ...

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A Case Against Precipitous Climate Action

The notion of a static, unchanging climate is foreign to the history of the earth or any other planet with a fluid envelope. The fact that the developed world went into hysterics over changes in global mean temperature anomaly of a few tenths of a degree will astound future generations. Such ...

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Chicken Little, Revised

Chicken Little, Revised

[Editor's Note: Caution - this article contains a word used by my grandfather (to my grandmother's dismay), Grand dad was a farmer, so was used to calling a spade a spade (what else would you call it?  A "little shovel"?) and chicken sh. . . well, he called that what it was too.  If you are ...

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Green Delusions Drive World Conflict

Green Delusions Drive World Conflict

The chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, R K Pachauri, is from India. He is director-general of India-based TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute. It should not be surprising that on July 21st he asserted that his country is in no position to accept emission caps "when ...

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Forests Of Concrete and Steel

Forests Of Concrete and Steel

As the national and congressional debate over global warming and renewable energy heats up, there has been a proliferation of ads and pronouncements, extolling the supposed virtues of wind energy, as a substitute for coal, oil and natural gas in generating the electricity that powers so much of ...

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Government Monopsony Distorts Climate Science

Government Monopsony Distorts Climate Science, Says SPPI

The climate industry is costing taxpayers $79 billion and counting

 

The Science and Public Policy Institute announces the publication of Climate Money, a studyby Joanne Nova revealing that the federal Government has a near-monopsony on ...

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California Counts the Cost on Climate Change Legislation

Pacific Research Institute (PRI)

Last week, an investment management and advisory firm comprised of professors from California State University, Sacramento, released a report attempting to estimate the costs to small businesses - and therefore to California's economy - of implementing Assembly Bill ...

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The Nuclear Option

[ed. op.:  Obama works hard to further bankrupt America with "Cap and Tax" and forcing energy companies into bankruptcy, this is not really news as he has stated it repeatedly, evidence his own statements. He continues to promote the lie regarding CO2 in a desperate attempt to save the gigantic tax ...

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El Nino Now Official - Possible Implications

El Nino Now Official - Possible Implications

By Joseph D'Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow

The official El Nino criteria has been met. Now the meteorological world looks to see how strong and how long this lasts. Count on CPC and other forecast centers to go for a warm winter as a result of El Nino but as we have shown, there are differences in El Ninos ...

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