By Elmer Beauregard A New Study came out today saying the Airplanes “Contrails” are causing Global Warming. But for years scientists have been saying that geoengineering in the form of Stratospheric aerosol is the solution to global warming. So which is it? It is my contention the Global Warming hoax is both the reason for […]
Archive | March, 2011
Right after this appeared PBS had a a commercial telling their viewers to call there Senators because they might lose their funding. Let’s see, PBS uses our tax dollars to create fear mongering propaganda to scare the public about a made up problem so they can tax us ever more.
With that statement, Congressman Israel made the case better than any Republican critic that NPR is radio by and for liberal Democrats. He is openly asking liberal Democrats to give money to liberal Democrats in Congress so they can funnel federal dollars into news radio programs designed to counter and defeat conservative Republican voices.
What Dessler says about ‘corrupt climate scientists’ – the people involved in ClimateGate – is a false premise out of the gate, as I discovered when doing a Google search for my January 3rd blog piece on why reporting on ClimateGate had so little effect on public opinion. Regarding the rest of his quote, it […]
This is what makes me cringe and why I take great pains in every conversation I have to correct the terminology and replace the term “global warming” with “climate change”, a more accurate descriptor of what is really happening.
Professor of geology Richard Norris said that these ‘hyperthermal’ events were probably triggered by releases of carbon dioxide sequestered in the deep oceans. Most raised average global temperatures between 3.6 and 5.4 degrees Farenheit – comparable to conservative estimates of temperature rises over the next few years from manmade global warming.
n the most recent Gallup poll, Democrats were found to be 40 percentage points more likely to register concern about global warming than Republicans. They were also 35 percentage points more likely to agree that global warming was caused by humans.
The crisis in Japan is generating new concerns about the safety of nuclear power plants, with regulators around world from Vermont to Germany reconsidering plans to extend the life of aging plants. In the United States, 104 nuclear power plants provide approximately 20 percent of electricity generated. The industry, some members of Congress, and the […]
“Tectonic implosion isn’t just about earthquakes, it can also cause Tsunamis and Nuclear Meltdowns” said Norman P. Schpielabeep an IPTI scientist. “When you suck the oil out of the ground in one area it makes things shift, and its that shifting that wreaks havoc with the earth’s crust” said Norman “because nature hates a void”.
In California, so many birds, including dozens of golden eagles, have collided with wind turbine blades at the Altamont Pass wind farm that it gained the nickname “Cuisinart of the Air.”
By Elmer Beauregard This goes under the category of – be careful what you wish for Remember last week when NASA said a limited nuclear war would stop Global Warming? Then BOOM! One week later several Japanese reactors explode releasing radiation into the atmosphere. So, I wonder if NASA is saying that this is a […]
WorldNetDaily New calculations applied to a U.S. Senate report reveal the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to combat global warming through regulation of greenhouse gases would theoretically take over $700 trillion, seven times the world’s gross production, to drop the earth’s temperature only 1 degree Celsius. The report released last year by Sen. James Ihnofe, R-Okla., […]
Just hours after the horrific earthquake and tsunami devastated coastal areas of Japan, global warming alarmists like the BBC are already injecting climate change propaganda into their coverage of the story, hastily exploiting the tragedy as a vehicle through which to push their increasingly desperate and discredited enviro-fascist agenda.
The oil lies underground in a shale rock formation stretching across western North Dakota, northeast Montana, and into Canada’s Saskatchewan Province known as the Bakken.
She continues to say, “It is a complicated thing, though. There’s a political question and there is a scientific question and we were talking to him about supporting the science desk. And so we’ve gone back to the science editor and asked how have you planned to cover this thing? Our coverage, if you look […]
By THE NEW YORK TIMES Starting at 10 a.m., a subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hear testimony about climate change from some of the nation’s most prominent climatologists and from two scientists who have raised questions about whether the data supports broad conclusions about rising temperatures and other changes. The hearing […]
The satellite was intended to carry out a three-year mission investigating how the Earth’s atmosphere is affected by the sun and by tine aerosol particles. Scientists had hoped to get a far more accurate picture of the amount of energy entering and exiting the Earth’s climate system. It was also carrying three smaller ‘Cubesats’ designed […]
Barbour cited 2008 comments from Steven Chu, now Obama’s energy secretary, that a gradual increase in gasoline taxes could coax consumers into dumping their gas-guzzlers and finding homes closer to where they work. Chu, then a Nobel Prize-winning professor, argued that higher costs per gallon could force investments in alternative fuels and spur cleaner energy […]
Dear Scientist, The global warming lie is over ….. get on with your next big lie. You got caught red handed manipulating data so why in the hell would we believe anything else you have to say in this matter…… WE DON”T!
By Joseph D’Aleo, IceCap As we reported, the eco-pressure group, the Union of Concerned Scientists, as part of a continuing misinformation campaign sponsored a teleconference yesterday with a very confused Jeff Masters of Weather Underground, opportunist Mark Serreze of NSIDC and a UCS environmentalist. Their performance was a scientific disappointment to say the least as […]