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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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House candidate Lenar Whitney: Global Warming Is A Hoax

September 30, 2014:

  Climate/Climate Change/Weather

  • Paul Driessen (Eco-Imperialism)

    Protect the poor – from climate change policies
    Cornwall Alliance works to ensure reliable, affordable energy for poor families worldwide
    In a more rational, moral, compassionate, scientifically literate world, this Cornwall declaration would not be needed. It assesses the “far-reaching, costly policies” that the world’s governments are adopting, supposedly to prevent global warming and climate change. It calls on governments to focus instead on protecting the poor, who desperately need the affordable energy that those policies circumscribe.
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  • Viv Forbes (Chairman, The Carbon Sense Coalition)

    Penguins Pray for Global Warming
    For decades, climate alarmists have been attempting to trigger global cooling by killing industry with carbon taxes and absorbing solar energy with windmills, solar panels and wood-fired power stations. It seems they may have succeeded as Antarctica now has an expanding fringe of sea ice which recently reached an all-time high.
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  • Principia Scientific International (Principia Scientific International)

    "Greenhouse Gases" Have a Profound Effect on the Climate
    Written by Carl Brehmer
    “Greenhouse gases” have a profound effect on the climate as can be seen in every climate system that has a high concentration of water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2)—the two “most potent ‘greenhouse gases’”. The climate change that water vapor brings, far from being catastrophic, is quite the opposite. Water vapor brings an otherwise dead biosphere to life and makes it lush and green and, as we will see, even cools it down somewhat. If we were to compare the Arabian Desert to Bangladesh or the Nairobi Desert to the Congo the result would be the same. It is incontrovertible that water vapor and carbon dioxide bring life into a climate system as can be seen in the lush eco-systems of New Zealand, Bangladesh and the Congo compared to the deserts in Nevada, Saudi Arabia and Nairobi and it is no mystery as to why.
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  • Larry Bell (Climate of Corruption)

    Real Climate Debate Hasn't Even Begun
    Contrary even to former Obama administration Energy Department Undersecretary for Science Steven Koonin’s admission that the climate change debate isn’t settled, there never really was one. Koonin, who now directs New York University’s Center for Urban Science and Progress, wrote a headlined Wall Street Journal Weekend Review story that was entirely right about one thing however: “We often hear there is a ‘scientific consensus’ about climate change . . . But as far as computer models go, there isn’t a useful consensus at the level of detail relevant to assessing human influences.”
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  • Climate Audit (Climate Audit)

    Black Tuesday of Climate Science
    A timely review of the Climategate scandal.
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  • Climate Change Dispatch (Climate Change Dispatch)

    Antarctic Sea-Ice Hits New High, No Reason Found
    Antarctic sea-ice hits new high, but thus far no reason has been found for this sudden improvement.
    In 1979 satellite technology began observing Antarctica. Scientists have been studying the collected satellite data to better understand our southern polar continent. A recent development in Antarctica has left these scientists stumped. For the third year in a row Antarctic sea-ice has expanded. Now Antarctic sea-ice has hit a new high since observations began.
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  • Climate Etc. (Climate Etc.)

    Lewis and Curry: Climate sensitivity uncertainty
    The sensitivity of our climate to increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide is at the heart of the scientific debate on anthropogenic climate change, and also the public debate on the appropriate policy response to increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Climate sensitivity and estimates of its uncertainty is a key input into the economic models that drive cost-benefit analyses and estimates of the social cost of carbon.
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  • Climate Depot (Climate Depot)

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Wants To Jail His Political Opponents – Accuses Koch Brothers of ‘Treason’
    Another politician turned whack-a-do environmental extremist? Isn't one Al Gore, Jr. enough?
    Kennedy Jr. accuses skeptical politicians of “selling out the public trust.” “Those guys are doing the Koch Brothers bidding and are against all the evidence of the rational mind, saying global warming does not exit. They are contemptible human beings. I wish there were a law you could punish them with. I don’t think there is a law that you can punish those politicians under.”
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  • P. Gooselin (Publisher, Author, NoTricksZone)

    Russian National Television Film Warns Of Cooling
    Russian scientists express doubt on the IPCC’s version of the CO2 story, and warn of a coming cold period. It is the kind of film alarmists do not want the public to see. In fact Russian scientists warn that the recent Arctic melt may actually forbode a coming cold. It’s happened before.
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  • National Review Online (National Review)

    The Crumbling Climate-Change Consensus
    By John Fund
    Environmental extremists whooped it up at the recent United Nations Climate Summit in New York City, but they certainly didn’t act like a movement that was winning. There was a tone of fatalism in the comments of many; they despair that the kind of radical change they advocate probably won’t result from the normal democratic process.
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  • Joanne Nova (JoNova)

    “Mike’s trick” to hide the decline — still shocking
    Michael Mann's blatant data manipulation forms the keystone of the Climategate scandal. It is worth reviewing to keep the magnitude of this climate corruption from diminishing over time.
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  • The Washington Examiner (The Washington Eaminer)

    The People's March against common sense
    Climate protestors descended upon Manhattan on Sunday to vent their frustrations about a world they don't understand. On display at the People's Climate March were ideology and idealism conspiring at the expense of common sense. Confronted with questions about the disproportionate burden that expensive renewable energy places on the poor, they had no good answers. All they seem certain of was that they are on the side of the angels.The society that protestors demand is one in which they would probably lack the means to travel to New York for a fun day of pious protesting.
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  • Watts Up With That? (Watts Up With That?)

    It’s time to stop the climate scare stories
    Using faulty computer models to forecast climate chaos condemns millions to untimely deaths
    India Prime Minister Narendra Modi sensibly refused to attend yet another climate summit – this one called by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon in New York for September 23, under the auspices of the United Nations, which profits handsomely from the much-exaggerated climate scare. Environmentalists have complained at Mr. Modi’s decision not to attend. They say rising atmospheric CO2 will cause droughts, melt Himalayan ice and poison lakes and waterways in the Indian subcontinent. However, the UN's IPCC has already had to backtrack from an earlier assertion that all the ice in the Himalayas would be gone within 25 years, and the most comprehensive review of drought trends worldwide shows the global land area under drought has fallen throughout the past 30 years.
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September 25, 2014:

  Breaking News!

  Climate/Climate Change/Weather

  Law & Litigation Issues

  Racial Issues

  • Lloyd Marcus (Lloyd Marcus)

    Caution Blacks: White Men At Large
    It was the 1970s. My black buddy Joe told me about a job opening for a Graphic Designer in the art department at WJZ-TV, an ABC affiliate television station in Baltimore. Dick Weisberg, the white department head liked my portfolio, thought I was a good fit for his team and hired me. Eventually I was promoted to supervisor of the art department. Artists can be a bit edgy and emotional. I jokingly said I was promoted because management perceived me as less crazy than my coworkers. Interestingly, black associates demeaned my promotion to supervisor claiming it was due to Affirmative Action. How did this black kid from the projects end up working in the art department of Baltimore's number one rated TV station?
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  Religion & Philosophy in the News

September 24, 2014:

  United Nations

  • Jim Kouri (Contributing Editor, Chief of Police Magazine)

    Environmentalists Use Phony Studies to Push Agenda
    With President Barack Obama in attendance, along with his Secretary of State John Kerry, the United Nations' Climate Summit in New York on Monday and Tuesday got down to what the world's political bigwigs are really after: not reducing greenhouse gases, but reducing the incomes of citizens of the planet's most successful nations, especially the United States. Sadly, there was absolutely no mention by Obama, Kerry or any of the leaders about the thousands of emails and documents allegedly "stolen" from researchers and posted on the Internet in 2009 and 2010 that revealed scientists "massaged figures to mask the fact that world temperatures have been declining in recent years."
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