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Global Warming Spreads Malaria

Global Warming Spreads Malaria
November 15, 2008
SPPI
The scare
: The Times of India reported in the autumn of 2008 that James H. Diaz, program director for environmental and occupational health at Louisiana State University, had said that as international travel increased and climate patterns changed the US was becoming a more ...

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Omnibus Lands Bill Restricts Energy Exploration

Omnibus Lands Bill Restricts Energy Exploration

November 15, 2008
The Heritage Foundation
In one of the first moves in the lame duck session, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) is calling for a vote on an omnibus lands package that would create 10 new "heritage" areas and restrict millions of acres as federal wilderness land. As a result, the bill ...

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Is The Tide Turning On Climate Policy?

November 14, 2008
by Benny Peiser

Just as the UK toughens up its Climate Change Bill targets, cracks are emerging in the global effort to cut CO2 emissions. Andrew Forster spoke to climate policy analyst Benny Peiser about the 'big picture' debate that could colour transport policy here

Green ...

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The "Near-Virtual Reality" of Man-Made Global Warming

November 9, 2008
by Dennis Avery
"As Barack Obama shifts from a waking dream to the real world, he faces the near-virtual reality of climate change. He has to move decisively." (Ian McEwan, "A New Dawn," Wall Street Journal, Nov. 8/9.) What is near-virtual reality? I'm fascinated that McEwan ...

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October Sunspots:The Sun Shows Signs of Life

October Sunspots:The Sun Shows Signs of Life

NASA
Dr. Tony Phillips
Nov. 7, 2008: After two-plus years of few sunspots, even fewer solar flares, and a generally eerie calm, the sun is finally showing signs of life.

"I think solar minimum is behind us," says sunspot forecaster David Hathaway of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.

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The Great Global Warming Swindle


November 04, 2008
FrontPageMagazine.com
FP
: Martin Durkin, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
Durkin: Thanks so much for having me
FP: What is the science behind global warming theory?
Durkin: Lousy. If you examine the mountain of IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) literature on this, ...

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Global Warming Update for November 2008

November 4, 2008

"Global warming" Has Stopped

SPPI
Written by Christopher Monckton
In a blog post , Bill Chameides says "global warming" is still happening. It isn't. As the global temperature graph below shows, all four of the world's major global surface temperature datasets (NASA GISS; RSS; ...

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He Left the Truth in San Francisco

November 4, 2008
The Heritage Foundation

For all of Barack Obama's trouble telling the truth, he always feels free to speak his mind whenever he is in San Francisco. In April, Obama told a room full of wealthy San Franciscans what he thought of rural Americans, calling them bitter people who ...

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China Sends Global Warming Ransom Note

November 2, 2008
by Dennis T. Avery
China has now destroyed Western hopes for a new global warming agreement, just weeks before global talks in Poland aimed at writing a successor for the Kyoto Protocol- which expires in 2012. China has attached a ransom not to its Polish meeting RSVP: They might ...

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