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December 2007

Humankind thrives in warm periods

By James B. Hofrenning As printed in the StarTribune The historical record contradicts the assertions of your article “Why Hotter is Harmful” (Star Tribune, Dec. 18). In fact, just the opposite has happened. Mankind has flourished in warm periods and suffered catastrophic famines and epidemics in cold phases. The Roman …

Congress bans incandescent bulbs

Massive energy bill phases out Edison’s invention by 2014 WorldNetDaily In addition to raising auto fuel efficiency standards 40 percent, an energy bill passed by Congress yesterday bans the incandescent light bulb by 2014. President Bush signed the 822-page measure into law today after it was sent up Pennsylvania Avenue …

Skeptical Climate Scientists Shunned At UN Bali Meeting

Consensus by force as media ignores dissenting views Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet Wednesday, December 12, 2007 The self-proclaimed “consensus” behind man-made global warming is one enforced by threats, intimidation and ignorance, as is again being proven by media coverage of the latest UN meeting in Bali, where skeptical climate …

Consensus Conshmensus!

Elmer Bueareguard Minnesotans For Global Warming Dec. 12, 2007 Major New Study Released That Says: Climate warming is naturally caused and shows no human influence: Carbon dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant. We can all breath a little easier knowing that our breath is not destroying the planet according to …

How About A Carbon Tax On Babies?

By Barbara Miller While carbon trading will no doubt play a key role in curbing emissions, environmental scientists say the politically sensitive issue of population growth also needs to be given more consideration in the climate change debate. Now a radical proposal to reduce population growth has been published in …

It’s the Sun, Stupid

By Steven Milloy When the international global warming alarm-ocracy gathers for its annual convention on the balmy island of Bali next week, is there any chance that the delegates will look up at the big yellow ball in the sky and ask, “Could it be the Sun, stupid?” New research …

Coldest winter in 15 years, Environment Canada says

CBC News Not since the grunge era and Brian Mulroney’s days as prime minister has Canada experienced a winter quite as bitter as the one expected to creep in this December, Environment Canada forecasted on Friday. In its first winter outlook of the year, the agency predicts that until February, …