Archive | March, 2011

The Hypothesis That CO2 Vapors Drive Global Temperature Change Is Crumbling As New Theories Gain Credibility

From C3 Headlines As the monthly empirical evidence keeps pouring in, the AGW hypothesis and climate model simulations that portray atmospheric CO2 levels being the principal driving force behind global temperature change looks weaker and weaker. A growing chorus of scientists worldwide are now saying that the idea that global warming is caused by ‘CO2 […]

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The Green Energy Economy Reconsidered

The last we saw such an economy was in the 13th Century By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren “Green” energy such as wind, solar and biomass presently constitute only 3.6% of fuel used to generate electricity in the U.S. But if another “I Have a Dream” speech were given at the base of the […]

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EU to ban cars from cities by 2050

Human sardines Cars will be banned from London and all other cities across Europe under a draconian EU masterplan to cut CO2 emissions by 60 per cent over the next 40 years. By Bruno Waterfield The European Commission on Monday unveiled a “single European transport area” aimed at enforcing “a profound shift in transport patterns […]

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Whose Clean Energy Standards?

By Paul Chesser Living in a home with four kids and two dogs, one child’s “clean” can mean “unacceptable” to an adult — think barely visible shower scum or machine-washed plates without phosphates. And necessary energy levels and types mean different things to different people: A back-to-nature maiden who practices what she preaches needs much […]

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Earth's Outer Core, Rotation, Surface Air Temperature May Explain Climate Change

By Tiffany Kaiser NASA and international university researchers claim that humans have thrown off the balance between the Earth’s rotation, surface air temperatures and movements in its molten core through our contribution of greenhouse gases. Those included in the study were Jean Dickey and Steven Marcus from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, along with Olivier de Viron, from […]

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Global Warming Alarmists Flip-Flop On Snowfall

By James Taylor Sitting in on a March 1 Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) press conference regarding global warming and heavy snowfalls, I couldn’t help feeling like the chairman of the Senate committee questioning mafia capo Frank Pentangeli in Godfather II. The chairman, listening incredulously as Pentangeli contradicts a sworn written statement he had earlier […]

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