Warmists Wrong Again: September Was Not The Hotest On Record

Media outlets have been tirelessly reporting new data claiming that September 2014 was the hottest on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. But satellite data shows that last month was far from the hottest September ever recorded. University of Alabama, Huntsville satellite datasets show that September was the seventh warmest on record […]

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Feds Spend $227,437 To Study Climate Change By Looking At Animal Pictures

Have you ever wanted to get paid to stare at cute animal photos all day? The National Science Foundation will fund that! NSF gave the Michigan State University $227,437 to study animal photos appearing in National Geographic magazine from 1888 to 2008. Specifically, researchers looked at 108 photos to see how they “make salient the problem of a […]

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More Bad News For The Global Warming Alarmists…

The cause of climate alarmism has been struck another near-fatal blow by a new study from a NASA research team at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Using a combination of satellite observations and direct measurements taken by a network of 3,000 floating Argo temperature probes, the NASA team set out to calculate temperature […]

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‘Where’s the global warming?’ Expert says public are growing sceptical of climate change

By: Levi Winchester. THE PUBLIC are becoming ever more sceptical of climate change as they begin to ask ‘where is the global warming we were promised?’, a leading scientist has claimed. This week saw the 18th anniversary since the Earth’s temperature last rose – something that Dr Benny Peiser, from the Global Warming Policy Forum, […]

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Prof. Says Global Warming to Blame for ISIS

A professor is blaming climate change and overpopulation for the creation of the terrorist group ISIS.  Charles Strozier, Professor of History and the founding Director of the John Jay College Center on Terrorism and Kelly Berkell, research assistant at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, wrote a blog piece in the Huffington Post called […]

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Obama to UN : ‘Climate Change’ Our Fault

On Tuesday, shortly after announcing to the American public that the United States was now bombing ISIS in Syria, the President of the United States flew to New York to address the United Nations – on climate change. His speech mixed high-flown sentiment with apologies for America, and pledged American sacrifice in the name of […]

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New Study Might ‘Take People by Surprise’

A new study suggests that the warming trend on the West Coast over the last century was not caused by human activity but more so by a change in the winds. The research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences acknowledged in the study significance that warming trends are “often ascribed to anthropogenic […]

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Garbage March for Climate

Manhattan’s flood of green protesters had climate-change skeptics seeing red Sunday. “Their love for the Earth is so real, they couldn’t even use a trash can,” tweeted a disgusted @chelsea_elisa, along with a photo of an overflowing trash can in Manhattan, after tens of thousands of marchers invaded the city on fleets of smog-producing buses. […]

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The People’s Climate March

Sunday they got 20 inches of snow in Wyoming, and the day before it snowed in South Dakota and Colorado. Here in New Jersey this morning, it was only 41 degrees. And according to the calendar, it’s still summer! Oh–and both the Arctic and Antarctic ice fields are growing big, big, big… But never mind […]

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Seychelles snail, thought to be extinct, found alive

By: Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya: A snail once thought to have been among the first species to go extinct because of climate change has reappeared in the wild. The Aldabra banded snail, declared extinct seven years ago, was rediscovered on August 23 in the Indian Ocean island nation of Seychelles. The mollusk, which is endemic to […]

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Separation of Powers Alert: Obama Seeks Climate ‘Treaty’ without Senate Ratification

By Marlo Lewis – “The Obama administration is working to forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congress,” Coral Davenport reports in the New York Times. Were you surprised? In domestic climate policy, Team Obama routinely flouts the separation of powers. Their M.O. from […]

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California’s new Solar Power Plant is Actually a Death Ray that’s Incinerating Birds Mid-Flight

By Sebastian Anthony – What spans 1,600 hectares, cost $2.2 billion to build, and potentially fries hundreds of thousands of birds per year? The new BrightSource solar power plant in California’s Mojave Dessert. The plant, which uses some 350,000 garage-door-sized mirrors to focus sunlight on three boiler towers, also acts as a death ray, instantly igniting […]

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