Month: March 2013

Evidence for Predicting Global Cooling for the Next Three Decades

by Prof. Don J. Easterbrook, Global Research, November, 2008 INTRODUCTION Despite no global warming in 10 years and recording setting cold in 2007-2008, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climatic Change (IPCC) and computer modelers who believe that CO2 is the cause of global warming still predict the Earth is in store for catastrophic warming in this century. IPCC …

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What’s our real problem?

by Dr. Ed Berry   Like a dope dealer, Obama is pushing the worst things for America: Obamacare gun control limited black powder that we need for bullets fascist control of our industries high technology to spy on Americans decimating our military a militarized Department of Homeland Security to use against Americans climate change policy …

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The Limits of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Effects and Control

by Bryce Johnson  Abstract The interactions of the fossil-fuel source of carbon dioxide with the atmosphere as well as in the total biosphere are analyzed. The time dependence of resulting carbon levels and temperatures in all components of the biosphere are determined under a full range of possible insertion and depletion rates to and from …

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Regarding Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

by Chuck Wiese, Meteorologist, Weatherwise, Incorporated, Portland, Oregon Why Al Gore’s Comments to Bill O’Reilly at Fox News Are Wrong (PDF here. Earlier version on WUWT here.)  From a meteorologist’s perspective, nothing is worse than to see atmospheric science trashed by the likes of Al Gore, who is a self-proclaimed expert in this area, but has had no …

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The Keystone pipeline, delay is the name of the game

by Marita Noon The four-year saga of the Keystone XL pipeline is a textbook case of the game Washington politicians play. To avoid making decisions that might anger one constituency or another, they appoint a committee or commission a study and then sit back, hoping the report never comes in.  If they don’t like the …

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Imagine tax revenues that exceed the cost of running the government

by Marita Noon The sequester happened. Nothing happened—though we all understand there will be impacts down the road. But, it didn’t have to happen. “Sequester,” a word foreign to most of us, “is a term used to describe the practice of using mandatory spending cuts in the federal budget if the cost of running the …

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President John Kennedy on the Second Amendment

by President John F. Kennedy By calling attention to “a well-regulated militia”, the “security” of the nation, and the right of each citizen “to keep and bear arms”, our founding fathers recognized the essential civilian nature of our economy. Although it is extremely unlikely that the fears of governmental tyranny which gave rise to the …

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Can Global Warmists Get Their Story Straight?

by Marita Noon Two of catastrophic climate change’s staunchest supporters have been out on the stump promoting their cause—with conflicting statements. On February 20, Secretary of State John Kerry gave his first speech, as Secretary, at the University of Virginia where he offered a glimpse of how he sees tackling climate change as part of …

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Sustainability Marxism

by Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center We’ve been saying it for years – sustainable development is really just a disguised Marxism, with its top down control of economic decisions, violation of private property rights and emphasis on Social Justice, a term, incidentally, coined by non- other than Karl Marx (so what was your first clue?). …

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