Antarctic: Surprising Sea Ice and Cooling

By Jack Dini Just two years ago, many of Germany’s mainstream outlets declared sea ice at the South Pole was melting at an ‘astonishing ’ rate. German national daily Suddeutsche Zeitung reported in June 2019 that Antarctic sea ice had shrunk 1.8 million square kilometers, writing ‘the massive disappearance of ice is astonishing.’ Today, two years […]

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Green New Deal Frozen in its Tracks

By Brian C. Joondeph This past week America has been treated to some chilly weather. Records were broken across what Rush Limbaugh described as the fruited plains. Kansas City broke a record low temperature set in 1936. Colorado Springs broke an 1895 record on Valentine’s Day. Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio also broke cold temperature records. Fort Collins broke a 121-year-old record. Beyond […]

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The Left Is an Existential Threat

By Jeffrey Folks The March 2020 issue of Fortune magazine focused on the “existential threat” to the Earth posed by global warming, despite the fact that no significant global warming seems to be taking place.  With its appealing cover art — an image of the Earth tied up in a plastic trash bag — this issue is just what […]

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Greta Thunberg’s Great-Grandfather was Inventor of Greenhouse Effect and Population Reduction through Eugenics

by Martin Vrijland If someone suddenly receives so much attention and is the rising star on the world stage, that is usually no coincidence. Also in the case of the Swedish climate and environmental activist Greta Thunberg it seems that a proper planning had preceded this. Her mother, Malena Ernman, won the final for the Swedish […]

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Another African Tragedy

Here are a few headlines about an African tragedy: “Africa’s Worst Locust Plague in Decades Threatens Millions” (The Wall Street Journal), “‘Unprecedented’ Locust Invasion Approaches Full-Blown Crisis” (Scientific American), “Somalia Declares Locust Outbreak a ‘National Emergency’” (The National), and “UN Calls for International Action on East Africa Locust Outbreak” (Bloomberg Green). This ongoing tragedy is […]

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The Folly of Global Climate Forecasting

By Trevor Thomas It was particularly warm in Northeast Georgia this past week — no doubt thrilling the earth-worshipping faithful. We’ve also been very wet. After the latest round of rain, temperatures returned to a more winterlike feel. On this past Friday, there were a few murmurings of small amounts of snow on Saturday morning. Of course, any […]

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