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January 2009

The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam

By John Coleman, KUSI The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints. Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times …

The 400 Million Dollar Question!

By Elmer Beauregard So as part of the “Stimulus Package” they are spending $400,000,000 on global warming research. I’m not sure how that will stimulate the economy, but I’m sure a few choice beauracrats will get some much needed “change” if you know what I mean? My question is, will …

Send Us Your Thermometer Photos

By Elmer Beauregard Well January is almost over and in the Twin Cities it never got up to 32º this whole month. This has happened only 3 times before 1912, 1978 and 1979 and now 2009, if tomorrow stays cold. The hottest day of the year so far was January …

Gore’s Inconvenient Astronaut

Newsblaze Astronaut Jack Schmitt Joins SkepticsAmerican astronaut Dr. Jack Schmitt – the twelfth person to walk on the Moon, when he and Eugene Cernan were the last two to walk there – is the latest scientist to be added to the roster of more than 70 skeptics who will confront …

Obama Already Achieves Global Warming Goal

By Elmer Beauregard Just like when Reagan took over after Carter he immediately solved the Hostage Crisis, Obama has done the same thing only this time with Global Warming. In Obama’s Inaugural Speech he said he would “roll back the spectre of a warming planet”. Well, the noon temperature in …

We’re Not Like Kansas Anymore!

I Thought Minnesota’s weather was supposed to become like Kansas, not the other way around. Shocking cold wave drops temps to 40 below zero By Amy Fortili, Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Temperatures crashed to Arctic levels Tuesday as a severe cold wave rolled across the upper Midwest on the …

Global Cooling vs. Global Warming

On Wednesday Feb. 18, two films will be shown back-to-back, each representing a different point of view. First Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” will be shown, which shows the Global Warming theory, followed by Martin Durkin’s “The Great Global Warming Swindle” which shows the skeptical side of the argument. The …

Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age

Gregory F. Fegel , Pravda The earth is now on the brink of entering another Ice Age, according to a large and compelling body of evidence from within the field of climate science. Many sources of data which provide our knowledge base of long-term climate change indicate that the warm, …

2008 – Coldest Year Since 1979 For Minnesota

StarTribune COLD WINTER, COOL SPRING, TORNADOES AND FLOODS Nostalgia was a cold thing for Minnesotans in 2008. An old-fashioned winter ushered in the year with five straight months of below-normal temperatures statewide, the first such streak since 1979. April snows were heavy – depressing, some would say – and many …

OOPS, We Forgot Siberia… Part Deux!

By Elmer Beauregard In my original blog entry December 9th I talked about a worldwide temperature chart and said that it was inaccurate because of the large amount of weather stations that went offline when the USSR collapsed around 1990. I pointed out that this brought the number of reporting …

Snow in Marseille France

By Elmer Beauregard, January 8, 2009 My friend’s son was in Europe for 2 weeks and he’s in France right now. He said they got almost 6 inches of snow in Marseille yesterday! He sent these photos. So I guess it hasn’t snowed there in like 20. Everything is shut …

Global Warming May Cause World War IV

Flooded out Bangladeshis will duke it out with Eskimos in newly inhabitable land wars. by Eric Leech, New York, Business & Politics Global warming is the cause of a number of damaging effects to the earth and its inhabitants, such as climate change, glacier retreat, rising sea levels, and now …

Canada’s Forests Causing Global Warming

By Howard Witt, Chicago Tribune Canada’s vast forests, once huge absorbers of greenhouse gases, now add to problem Forestry officials in British Colombia used a controlled fire to check the spread of a devastating infestation by the mountain pine beetle. (Reuters photo by Andy Clark / August 8, 2005) VANCOUVER …

My Global Warming Resolutions

By Elmer Beauregard Well its 2009 and its time to think of some resolutions, I guess. So here is a list of things I resolve to do in 2009, I’ll keep it short so its easier to achieve and set reachable goals, otherwise what’s the point. Every year I resolve …