Archive | March, 2010

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NASA Data Worse Than Climate-Gate Data, Space Agency Admits

By Blake Snow, NASA can put a man on the moon, but the space agency can’t tell you what the temperature was back then. Maps from NASA’s GISS reveal temperatures where no data exist, thanks to mathematical extrapolation of data. ASA was able to put a man on the moon, but the space agency […]

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Eat Less Meat, Reduce Global Warming — or Not Save the planet, eat less meat … right? That’s what the U.N. said, anyway, but one scientist has a grade A beef with that claim. Save the planet, eat less meat … right? That’s what the U.N. said, anyway, but one scientist has a grade A beef with that claim. The largely reported link […]

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Increasing Earthquakes – Could It be ‘Tectonic Implosion’?

With major earthquakes occurring in Haiti and Peru and a smaller one just this morning in California, its making some scientists wonder if we are experiencing “Tectonic Implosion” A new study done by the newly created International Panel on Tectonic Implosion (IPTI) reports that there could be a correlation between oil pumped out of the […]

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Global Warming Fear Mongering Ads Confuse Children

One shows flooding the other a drought, kids aren’t sure what they are supposed to be afraid of! As usual the global warming fear mongers display both sides of the spectrum to cover their butts, so no matter what happens they can say Global Warming caused it. Climate Change ExaminerTony Hake Scare tactic newspaper advertisements […]

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By Donna Bowater, MAN-MADE carbon emissions are staving off a new ice age, says a leading environmental scientist. Climate-change expert Dr James Lovelock says the greenhouse gases that have warmed the planet are likely to prevent a big freeze that could last millions of years. In a talk at London’s Science Museum Dr Lovelock […]

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Americans’ Global Warming Concerns Continue to Drop

by Frank Newport, Multiple indicators show less concern, more feelings that global warming is exaggerated PRINCETON, NJ — Gallup’s annual update on Americans’ attitudes toward the environment shows a public that over the last two years has become less worried about the threat of global warming, less convinced that its effects are already happening, […]

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Chanel muses on global cooling with iceberg show

By Sophie Hardach and Mathilde Gardin, Reuters – Vancouver Sun PARIS — An event based around hundreds of fashionistas flying in from all over the world was never going to be a convincing platform for environmental campaigning, but designers in Paris haven’t let that stop them. While British designer Vivienne Westwood regularly rails against global […]

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M4GW is Back!

After many hours in the network bathroom and talking to Network Solutions for hours around the clock and around the globe, is back up!

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We Are Experiencing Some Technical Difficulites

For those of you out there who have noticed that is down. We are aware of this and we apologize for any inconvenience. But don’t worry our Cracker Jacks box team of IT specialist is working around a clock to figure out which email account our domain renewal notice was sent to. In the […]

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Best Al Gore Cartoon Ever!

This week’s cover of the Weekly Standard is the best caricature of Al Gore I’ve seen yet. It shows him in his birthday suit with 2 Polar Bears laughing and pointing at him. I can’t help but think of the story of the “The Emperor’s New Clothes” which I often refer to on this blog […]

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50 ships stuck in Baltic thick ice

A handout photo released by the Swedish Coast Guard shows a large cargo ship stuck in the ice in the Baltic Sea. (Xinhua/AFP Photo) STOCKHOLM, March 5 (Xinhua) — The Swedish Maritime Administration said on Thursday that about 50 vessels are stuck in the thick ice in the Baltic sea off Sweden’s east coast. Among […]

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Fuel Taxes Must Rise, Harvard Researchers Say

By Sindya N. Bhanoo, New York Times To meet the Obama administration’s targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions, some researchers say, Americans may have to experience a sobering reality: gas at $7 a gallon. To reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the transportation sector 14 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, the cost of driving must […]

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Argentinian Couple Shoot Kids, Kill Themselves Over Global Warming

Steve Watson, Eco suicide pact: Miraculous survival of seven month old baby A seven month old baby has miraculously survived being shot after the parents killed themselves and their two year old son, citing fears over a lack of government action on global warming. Francisco Lotero, 56, and Miriam Coletti, 23, are said to […]

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Al Gore’s Personality Disorder

Henry I. Miller, Is the former vice president not-so-secretly a narcissistic, shameless phony? Just when we thought that–finally–we wouldn’t have Al Gore to kick around any more, he resurfaces with a characteristically apocalyptic, know-it-all New York Times op-ed about global warming, “an unimaginable calamity requiring large-scale, preventive measures to protect human civilization as we […]

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A Blizzard Of Lies From Al Gore

´╗┐´╗┐Investors Business Daily Climate Fraud: Al Gore resurfaces in an op-ed to say that nobody’s perfect, everybody makes mistakes and climate change is still real. And he has some oceanfront property in the Himalayas to sell you. If hyperbole and chutzpah had a child, it would be the opening paragraph of Gore’s op-ed in Sunday’s […]

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