Archive | January, 2010

Now climate-change scientists say ozone hole stops global warming

By Jenny Fyall, The Scottsman IT WAS once regarded as one of the biggest environmental threats to the planet. Now there is mounting evidence that the ozone hole above the Antarctic has been protecting the southern hemisphere against global warming. The bizarre side-effect of ozone depletion has been studied by scientists at the University of […]

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Bin Laden didn’t get the memo that global warming is a hoax

CAIRO (AP) – Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has called in a new audiotape for the world to boycott American goods and the U.S. dollar, blaming the United States and other industrialized countries for global warming. In the tape, aired in part on Al-Jazeera television Friday, bin Laden warns of the dangers of climate change […]

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Cold keeps Minn. wind turbines from spinning Wind turbines placed in cities across Minnesota to generate power aren’t working because of the cold temperatures. The Minnesota Municipal Power Association bought 11 turbines for $300,000 each from a company in Palm Springs, Calif. Special hydraulic fluid designed for colder temperatures was used in the turbines, but it’s not working, so neither are […]

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Climategate: the email trail

Our video makes it on the channel 4 news, rather good story too. By Katie Razzall, Channel 4 News The Information Commissioner has said that the University of East Anglia, which is at the centre of the ‘climategate’ row, broke the law when its scientists refused to hand over raw data requested under the Freedom […]

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Local Explorer Talks About Weather Vs. Climate

Local explorer Will Steger was on WCCO talking about Global Warming and his experience in Copenhagen. He explains that “weather” is different than the “climate”. He then explains how global warming will give us “more snow, heavy snows, and light snows”. So basically no matter what happens he can say that global warming caused it. […]

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State Of The Union: Global Warming Takes A Back Seat

By Elmer Beauregard It’s hard to worry about “Global Warming” when you’re freezing to death. I watched President Obama’s State of the Union speech last night and was surprised by two things. Sure there was all the promises that most State of the Union speeches contain, like the Government is now going to pay for […]

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Do three errors mean breaking point for IPCC?

By Li Xing (China Daily) While covering the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, I took a morning away from the main venue to attend a forum of “climate skeptics”. The speakers presented political, economic, and scientific analyses to counter the series of assessments by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). A […]

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Climate change skeptic group accuses scientists of using selective temperature data

By Richard Foot, Canwest News Service Call it the mystery of the missing thermometers. Two months after “climategate” cast doubt on some of the science behind global warming, new questions are being raised about the reliability of a key temperature database, used by the United Nations and climate change scientists as proof of recent planetary […]

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ANOTHER climate change blunder: First it’s melting glaciers, now natural disaster claim is debunked

By Daniel Martin, The Daily Mail Online The world’s leading climate change scientists have been caught out making unfounded claims about global warming for the second time in just over a week. Experts appointed by the United Nations said rising temperatures were to blame for an increase in the number and severity of natural disasters […]

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NASA Global Warming Alarmist Endorses Book That Calls For Mass Genocide

Paul Joseph Watson, Dr James Hansen: Eco-fascist author who wrote that industrial civilization should be destroyed “has it right” Prominent NASA global warming alarmist Dr. James Hansen has endorsed an eco-fascist book that calls for cities to be razed to the ground, industrial civilization to be destroyed and genocidal population reduction measures to be […]

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CO2 Trade War Hits Midwest

By Joshua Frank, It’s round one in the 2010 fight against global warming and Minnesota has landed the first punch against coal-fired electricity that crosses its borders. The state is seeking to place a tariff on carbon dioxide turned out by coal plants in North Dakota. While there has been a lot of huffing […]

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Palin, Bachmann hitting the trail together

By Bob Von Sternberg, Star Tribune Two Republican Party superstars — Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin — will be stumping in Minnesota in April. The former Alaska governor will make a campaign appearance with the Sixth District congresswoman who’s running for a third term, Bachmann announced Tuesday. Announcing Palin’s scheduled appearance, Bachmann is quoted as […]

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UN climate panel admits ‘mistake’ over Himalayan glacier melting

London Telegraph The United Nations’ climate science panel has admitted that it made a mistake by claiming that the Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2035. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) made the assertion two years ago, saying it was based on detailed research into the impact of global warming. Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, the […]

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Sen.-Elect Brown’s Win Adds More Question Marks to Senate Climate Debate

By Darren Samuelsohn, New York Times An already tough climb to pass comprehensive climate and energy legislation in the Senate just got a bit tougher with Republican Scott Brown’s upset victory yesterday in Massachusetts. Brown’s win takes a guaranteed “yes” vote off the board for advocates of setting up a mandatory cap on greenhouse gas […]

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Why Do Republicans Benefit From Bad Weather?

By Elmer Beauregard While researching the big election on Tuesday in Massachusetts between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown, I came across this article. There is a snow storm heading for Massachusetts and the article said that “Republicans generally benefit from bad weather”. I began to wonder why that is. The article floated this […]

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