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Foreword by Paul Dreissen Poor families in impoverished countries face formidable foes: an absence of electricity, roads and other infrastructure; corrupt, kleptocratic governments;  nonexistent property rights to secure loans; well-financed eco-imperialists whose policies perpetuate poverty, malnutrition and disease. Now they face even harder struggles, as a coalition of well-financed malcontents, agitators and pressure groups has…
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall What do you say to someone who throws a baseless accusation of fossil fuel corruption in a public forum? GOP Governor Candidate for Pennsylvania Scott Wagner‘s gentle putdown of a young activist has gone viral, with liberals expressing shock that an experienced political candidate might call a teenage climate activist…
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Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball I know there are many articles on this website about sea level, none better than the recent one by David Middleton that speaks about “More nonsense about sea level rise.” I thought his article would make the continuance of this article unnecessary. It doesn’t because it is written for the…
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By Andy May The following is a quote from my book Climate Catastrophe! Science or Science Fiction? “99.9 percent of the Earth’s surface heat capacity is in the oceans and less than 0.1 percent is in the atmosphere. Further, CO2 is only 0.04 percent of the atmosphere. It beggars belief that a trace gas (CO2),…
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Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen   The world’s most influential information-gateway — GOOGLE Search — has recently made the decision to abandon its long-standing primary corporate policies:  1) “Don’t Be Evil” and 2) Provide internet search results based upon neutral algorithms, not human judgment; unbiased and objective. Some may object to the charge that they…
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall People who believe they are on a mission to save the world frequently behave as if their great mission excuses their personal failings. FIXING SEXISM AT THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE A sexist remark at a recent meeting prompted some soul-searching among the world’s top climate scientists. How can…
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From the “visual intolerance” department comes this hilarious bit of whining… Less than two weeks after putting the kibosh on plastic straws, Starbucks has run afoul of the environmental movement with a newly released mug showcasing Colorado’s oil-and-gas industry. The blue Colorado mug, part of the coffee giant’s “Been There” series touting the distinctive features…
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall A study published by Computer Science Professor Paul Barford claims that critical parts of the Internet will be submerged under rising seas in the next 15 years. Study suggests buried internet infrastructure at risk as sea levels rise July 16, 2018 By Terry Devitt For news media Thousands of miles…
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Commentary by Kip Hansen BREAKING NEWS — SABOTAGE  @ The Library of The World The Library of the World — the greatest collection since the Ancient Library of Alexandria — is the world’s largest and most complete library ever collected —  and which is claimed to hold a nearly complete written record of human knowledge…
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By Spencer Walrath Today a U.S. District Judge threw out New York City’s lawsuit against five major energy companies alleging damages relating to climate change. Judge John Keenan wrote in his opinion that, “Global warming and solutions thereto must be addressed by the two other branches of government,” not the judiciary, according to Bloomberg. This major blow…
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