Category: climate change

Greenhouse Gases, Global Warming and Climate Change

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The next time someone screams about how carbon dioxide, or worse, methane, is causing all the global warming, show them this. Water vapor contributes 3.1 times more global warming effect than carbon dioxide and 8.3 times more global warming effect than methane. At that, we’re well aware that Earth’s water vapor levels are rising. Instead […]

Global warming and Space Weather: There’s FAR more going on than you realize

2020 UPDATE: “If the climate crisis on Earth doesn’t fill you with anxiety, then maybe the fluctuations in space weather will.” (Pellot, E. (Sep 24 2020). Experts: Sun’s increasing solar flares could cause major problems. Retrieved from: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/experts-sun-increasing-solar-flares-211128875.html) Yes, it’s true: “Human activity can account for no more than a .01°C rise in global temperatures, […]

Freedom of Speech and of the Press

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This article raises a very good question:  “Does the First Amendment protect global warming deniers?” The answer is, unequivocally and resoundingly “YES.” No federal, state, county, or local entity, nor any law enforcement or public business may restrict people’s expression concerning the pros and/or cons of various viewpoints on global warming, climate change, denying, etc. We […]

Weather Disasters Caused by Bad Decisions, not Global Warming or Climate Change

Dr. Jeff Masters, co-founder of Weather Underground, wrote a very interesting article entitled, “Earth’s 29 Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters of 2015: 4th Most on Record” today. What I found most interesting about is the the fact he failed to mention the root cause of the disasters. Here are the disaster basics: The count was very confusing.  […]

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

Greenland Ice Core Data

“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 […]