by Dr. Ed Berry
It used to be environmentalism was a good thing. Then they made it synonymous with the climate change religion. Now it is no longer a good thing. It’s a very bad thing because it’s a harmful lie.
Oh. I called it a “religion.” Well, Ivar Giaever also called climate change alarmism a religion. Giaever is a Democrat who won the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physics. It’s a religion because you “believe” it on faith rather than on physical evidence.
Just to claim climate has changed or glaciers have melted does not make your case. You must show evidence our carbon dioxide emissions and not nature caused the changes you claim.
The only evidence climate alarmists have to support their case is hearsay. Somebody told somebody told somebody … and so ad infinitum. Therefore, they claim, it’s true.
The alarmists’ fallback position is to claim 97 percent of atmospheric scientists say it’s true. Well, that’s another lie. Climate alarmists use lies to support their other lies. [Read more…]
by Steve Goreham
Originally published in Communities Digital News.
Another year has passed and that stubborn Ozone Hole over Antarctica refuses to go away. Data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shows that the Ozone Hole for the fall maximum season grew 22 percent from 2014 to 2015. World consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances has been reduced to zero over the last three decades, but the Ozone Hole is as large as ever. Did humans really save the ozone layer?
In 1974, Dr. Mario Molina and Dr. Sherwood Roland of the University of California published a paper asserting that chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) pollution from industry was destroying the ozone layer in Earth’s stratosphere. CFCs were gases used in hair spray, refrigerators, and insulating foams. The ozone layer is a layer of atmosphere located between 6 and 25 miles above the Earth’s surface. [Read more…]
by Dr. Ed Berry
They call it the fourth blood Moon. When 4 total eclipses occur at 6-month intervals, it is a tetrad. It’s supposed to have an ominous meaning.
It will happen tomorrow, September 27 or 28 depending upon where you live. It will be the fourth full eclipse of the Moon in the last 18 months. [Read more…]