The conservative case for the CSKT water compact

by Cory Swanson, Guest opinion, Daily Inter Lake July 29, 2018. In 2015, the Montana Legislature ratified the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ water compact with Montana, which settled all water rights claimed by the tribes under the 1855 Hellgate Treaty. This was the culmination of a multi-year negotiation process between Montana’s Reserved Water Rights Compact Commission …

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The death of climate change

by Ed Berry, Ph.D., Physics These 8 words are the death of climate change: It violates the Equivalence Principle, therefore it’s wrong. At its very core, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) violated a key principle of physics. Therefore, all IPCC climate claims and models are wrong. IPCC’s Big Idea (its fundamental …

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Would Einstein be a global warming skeptic?

by Will Happer , Tribune News Service (TNS) Albert Einstein would almost certainly have been a global warming skeptic if he were alive today. Many distinguished, contemporary scientists are skeptics too. We are lucky that Einstein left a rich legacy of pithy quotes that reveal how he would probably relate to today’s cult of global …

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These Researchers have a Political Agenda

Basler Zeitung interviews Nils-Axel Mörner, The Global Warming Policy Forum Mr. Mörner, you have recently visited the Fiji islands in South Pacific several times in order to research changes on the coasts and sea levels. Why Fiji? Nils-Axel Mörner: I knew there would be a science conference in New York in June 2017 that focused on …

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Comment on ‘Why human CO2 does not change climate’

by Edwin Berry, PhD, CCM By private email, a good physicist commented on my preprint, “Why human CO2 does not change climate.” Even if you are not a scientist, I think you will understand my reply.  Dear ….., Thank you for your email. First, to answer your questions. You asked, Do you consider the clearing …

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The fork in the road of the climate change debate

by Dr. Ed Berry Al Gore framed the climate debate. He said, human carbon dioxide emissions increase atmospheric carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gases traps heat like a blanket that keeps you warm at night. It was that simple, he told us. People believe big Al’s story. Simplicity sells. But simple …

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Why human CO2 does not change climate

by Edwin Berry, PhD, CCM October 2, 2017: I posted this preprint to get comments. Thank you for your comments, which have helped me improve this preprint.  April, 6, 2018: Without changing this preprint, I separately revised and improved it for publication. Comments are now closed. The copyright for this preprint does not allow republication or …

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CO2 from Human Emissions

Partick Moore began this public discussion with a email group on April 22. We have moved our email discussion to this post. We show the previous emails in chronological order through April 30. Now anyone interested can post comments to continue the discussion. – Ed April 22, 2017 Patrick Moore wrote: Dear all: See: http://theclimatescepticsparty.blogspot.ca/2017/04/the-increase-in-co2-is-not-due-to-humans.html I am sorry to …

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The Story of Montana’s Last Indian Water Compact

by Dr. Edwin Berry The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Water Compact may be the most important and controversial political issue in Montana’s history. This Montana story is not just about the Compact. This story is about the split in the Republican Party. Before November 2014, I opposed the Compact because I followed my conservative …

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Gene Cernan, last footprints on the moon, dies at 82

Although I never knew Eugene Cernan, I feel a special closeness to him. He is my generation. He fulfilled my childhood dream. With him, was Harrison Schmitt, geologist extraordinaire, my 1957 classmate at Caltech who taught me the difference between orthoclase and plagioclase in freshman geology class. – Ed Read more on Jack Schmitt’s website. …

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