Category: anthropogenic global warming

Bill Gates and Climate Non-Sense

Bill Gates demands “greater investment in innovation to support the needs of everyone.” Sounds like global socialism to me. When it comes to climate change, like most rich people, he believes if you just throw enough money at it, something’s bound to stick. No, Bill. Blow it out your ears. For one, the “experts” still […]

Global Warming is NOT a Threat to Mankind Itself

Clearly, this article reveals a few things: 1. It’s foolish to continue to ascribe anthropogenic global warming as the cause of something that’s happened five times over the last half billion years. “The first two of these — the end of the Ordovician, about 444 million years ago, and the end of the Devonian, about […]

Leading Climatologist Debunks the “Climate Change” Hype

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This week in the House Natural Resources Committee, Congressman Doug Lamborn engaged in a fascinating dialogue with Mr. John Christy Professor of Atmospheric Science and State Climatologist National Space Science and Technology Center, University of Alabama. During their exchange, Professor Christy categorized the impact that a single project (such as a coal-fired power plant) would have […]

New Information Puts Modern “Blip” Into Climate Change Perspective

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“Averaged over all land and ocean surfaces, temperatures warmed roughly 1.53°F (0.85ºC) from 1880 to 2012, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (see page 3 of the IPCC’s Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis, Summary for Policymakers – PDF).”HOWEVER, according to NASA, “The connection between solar activity and terrestrial climate is an […]

NASA Scientists Say CO2 Not the Cause of Temperature Cycles of the last 700,000 years

I recently came across a report made by a group of retired NASA Scientists.  They pooled their outstanding credentials, education, and experience, reexamined the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) argument in great detail, including fielding speakers from both sides of the argument, and determined the evidence suggests CO2 fluctuations over the last 700 thousands years have […]