Archive | March, 2013


Dr. Willie Soon Speaking at U of M

Dr. Willie Soon will be speaking on the topic: Countering radical Green bias on campus Tuesday, April 2 University of Minnesota 7:00PM Rapson Hall, Room 45 Dr. Soon is not your ordinary lecturer. He is an astrophysicist and geoscientist at the Solar and Stellar Physics Division of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He has testified […]

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Michael Mann’s ‘Divergence Problem’

In this amazing video Michael admits to what hiding the decline is but then says that we “the well funded skeptics” are wrong for having a problem with it. It actually had nothing to do with my work at all. “Hide the decline” was referring to a specific tree ring study of scientists in the […]

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So cold in Minnesota NOAA runs out of colors

By Elmer Beauregard It is the second day of spring and most of Minnesota was below zero this morning but you wouldn’t know it from NOAA’s real-time temperature map. This was from 9:12 this morning when it was -14º F below zero in Bemidji Minnesota, according to this color chart it looks like it was […]

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The Groundhog was wrong: Coldest first day of spring since 1965

by Ben Grove, BringMeTheNews That’s when spring officially arrived today, right about the time that many Minnesotans were bundling up in their biggest coats to head out into near-zero temperatures. If it seems a lot frostier and snowier than usual this time of year, that’s because it is – the coldest start to spring since […]

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We Have a Password

By Elmer Beauregard Yesterday the password was released to the encrypted file which contained over 200k emails from the University of East Anglia was released by the whistleblower responsible for Climategates 1 and 2, people are calling this Climate gate 3.0. The most interesting part so far is the email that Mr. FOIA sent out […]

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AGW Proponents Fight Rearguard Action As Political Climate Science Fails

by Dr. Tim Ball, Proponents of the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hypothesis are cornered. They made a political choice to prove rather than disprove the hypothesis, as the scientific method requires. It failed, as IPCC projections (range of predictions?) indicate, but instead of abandoning or modifying the hypothesis, as normal science requires, they’ve reverted […]

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The Cowardly Carbon Tax

By Rick Manning, the Hill Taxes should hurt.” That is what then-Gov. Ronald Reagan of California said back in the late 1960s. And while these words seem curious coming from the man who lowered the overall income tax rates significantly and flattened the tax code during his eight years in the White House, they are […]

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Rand Paul and the principle principle

by Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan, Washington Post Rand Paul proved on Wednesday that a filibuster can be very good politics. In speaking for over 12 hours in opposition to the Obama Administration’s drone policy, Paul did more to boost his prospects as a 2016 presidential candidate than anything he has done since coming to […]

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Lisa Jackson leaving EPA and path of economic destruction

by Steve Goreham, Washington Times CHICAGO, January 2, 2013— Lisa Jackson, President Obama’s chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, resigned last week. For four years she led our nation down a regulatory path of economic destruction unmatched in the 40-year history of the EPA. New regulations from Jackson’s reign of terror affect power plants, industrial […]

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US lawmaker blames bicycle breath for global warming gas

‘Increased heart rate and respiration’ pollutes Washington’ By Rik Myslewski, The Register A Washington state representative has uncovered a previously under-reported source of greenhouse gas: huffing and puffing cyclists. Ed Orcutt, who lists “Tax relief” at the top of his legislative priorities and who was 2000’s Washington Young Republican Federation Man of the Year, emailed […]

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Green fatigue sets in: the world cools on global warming

Sam Masters, The Independent Worldwide concerns about climate change have dropped dramatically since 2009 Public concern about environmental issues including climate change has slumped to a 20-year low since the financial crisis, a global study reveals. Fewer people now consider issues such as CO2 emissions, air and water pollution, animal species loss, and water shortages […]

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EDITORIAL: Kerry’s global warming crusade

The Washington Times Secretary of state forgets what his new job is about The paint hadn’t dried on Secretary of State John F. Kerry’s new Foggy Bottom digs before he laid out his agenda for higher taxes and job-killing regulations that would put the United States at a disadvantage with the rest of the world. […]

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Sequester Pie Chart

Here is another good one. Instead of furlowing government employees like Obama is threatening to do, maybe they should have all government employees just get an 8% raise instead of the scheduled 10% raise they were scheduled to get. Better yet I like Rand Paul’s idea of actually cutting the budget by one cent which […]

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