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March 2008

March Goes Out Like A Flamingo

By Elmer Beaureguard, March 31, 2008 M4GW World Headquarters Well its the last day of March here in Minnesota and we are getting totally dumped on, we’re supposed to get 8″ inches before its over, but at least nobody is talking about Global Warming today. If it was 80º they …

Green Is The New Black(out)

Minneapolis, MN March, 29, 2008 Tonight at 8 P.M. Minneapolis is going to have a Blackout to prove how Green it is. Its not an full blackout, they’re just turning off the lights for one hour to remind us what life was like 100 years ago before electricity. It will …

Gore Calls Skeptics Flat Earthers

CBS News Tells 60 Minutes That Doubting Global Warming Is Man-Made Is Akin To Believing Earth Is Flat. Self-avowed “P.R. agent for the planet” Al Gore says those who still doubt that global warming is caused by man – among them, Vice President Dick Cheney – are acting like the …

Bachmann is pro-choice on bulbs

WASHINGTON, Mar 26, 2008 (Star Tribune – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) How many members of Congress does it take to change a light bulb? Americans may soon find out, courtesy of a contrarian piece of legislation introduced this month by Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota. Titled the “Light Bulb …

Climate Facts To Warm To

Christopher Pearson, The Australian “Whenever there’s any sort of weather event that can be linked into the global warming orthodoxy, it’s put on the front page. But a fact like that, which is that global warming stopped a decade ago, is virtually never reported, which is extraordinary.” – Op-ed in …

Calvin & Hobbes Snowman Challenge

In honor of all the great Calvin & Hobbes Snowman Cartoons and the recent dumping of perfect snowman making snow, I have decided to have the first ever “Minnesotans For Global Warming, Calvin & Hobbes Snowman Challenge”. Plus its Easter weekend so everyone will just be laying around the house …

Where’s The Heat?

The Mystery of Global Warming’s Missing Heat by Richard Harris Some 3,000 scientific robots that are plying the ocean have sent home a puzzling message. These diving instruments suggest that the oceans have not warmed up at all over the past four or five years. That could mean global warming …

Eskimos Don’t Think Polar Bears Are Endangered

By Oren Dorell, USA TODAY Eskimos in Alaska and Canada have joined to stop polar bears from being designated as an endangered species, saying the move threatens their culture and livelihoods by relying on sketchy science for animals that are thriving. Although they say sea ice has melted, some Natives …

21 Words For Snow

By Elmer Beaureguard Did You Know That Eskimos Have 21 Words For Snow? At first when I heard this statistic I was amazed, but then I started to think I’ll bet us Minnesotans do as well. Me being a life long Minnesotan who skis and shovels and plows and sleds …

A Really Inconvenient Truth

The most inconvenient truth for climate alarmists is the burgeoning number of influential scientists with dissenting opinions on global warming. Brad Macdonald, The Trumpet Al Gore says global warming is an inconvenient truth. “Inconvenient” adds a clever twist to the name of the would-be president’s popular documentary and book. But …

Global Warming Hype Is Hot Air, Retired Prof Says

By GAYLE PEREZ, THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Howard C. Hayden, emeritus professor of physics from the University of Connecticut, says large corporations pushing the issue. The hype surrounding the issue of global warming is a bunch of hot air, a retired physics professor told members of Rotary Club 43 on Monday. …

An Extraordinary Event

International Conference on Climate Change, Heartland Institute By Alan Caruba. Canada Free Press For the last two days, March 2-4, I and about five hundred other people attended the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, including some of the world’s leading authorities on climatology, meteorology, economics, energy, and other fields …

Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age

Lorne Gunter, National Post Snow cover over North America and much of Siberia, Mongolia and China is greater than at any time since 1966. The U.S. National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) reported that many American cities and towns suffered record cold temperatures in January and early February. According to the …