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Ancient Flood, the Gulf Stream, and the 21st Century

In another case of our history helping us make sense of our future, researchers have definitively confirmed what shut down the Gulf Stream some 10,000 years ago. In a tale that reads like something out of Lord of the Rings, this catastrophe might have lessons for our future.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Tuesday, December 11, 2007 - Full Story

Dishonest political tampering with the science on global warming

Denpasar, Bali - As a contributor to the IPCC’s 2007 report, I share the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore. Yet I and many of my peers in the British House of Lords - through our hereditary element the most independent-minded of lawmakers - profoundly disagree on fundamental scientific grounds with both the IPCC and my co-laureate’s alarmist movie An Inconvenient Truth, which won this year’s Oscar for Best Sci-Fi Comedy Horror.

By Guest Column Christopher Monckton- Monday, December 10, 2007 - Full Story

New Peer-Reviewed Study Finds ‘Warming is naturally caused and shows no human influence’

An inconvenient new peer-reviewed study published in the December 2007 issue of the International Journal of Climatology.

By EPW Blog - Monday, December 10, 2007 - Full Story

Global Warming Lies Create a Climate of Crisis

The United Nations conference in Bali, attended by some 10,000 participants and observers, is likely to make future generations conclude that ours was deranged to be discussing how humans could have any affect whatever on the climate. They will, in retrospect, agree that the global warming theory was a lie whose agenda was to retard anything that might extend and enhance life on earth.

By Alan Caruba - Monday, December 10, 2007 - Full Story

The Greenest Hypocrites of 2007

Green has traditionally been the color of the deadly sin of envy. But this year, a trendy upstart mounted a serious challenge to envy’s claim.

By Steve Milloy - Friday, December 7, 2007 - Full Story

Green Propaganda Machine Overheating

It had to happen sooner or later. Canadian, and I assume American, beer drinkers are being blamed for, you guess it, global warming. But, unlike the belching cows issue (remember that one?), it is not for the reason you might at first think.

By Bill McIntyre - Friday, December 7, 2007 - Full Story

The truth about “alternative energy”

We often hear that clean, free, inexhaustible renewable energy can replace the “dirty” fossil fuels that sustain our economy. A healthy dose of Energy Reality is needed.

By Guest Column Roy Innis- Friday, December 7, 2007 - Full Story

Europe’s Power Problem’s to be solved by Africa?

In a weird turn of events, it looks as if Africa – the continent to be worst hit by global warming and climate changes – could help provide clean energy, to Europe. It is one of those poetic turns that just make you all happy inside.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Friday, December 7, 2007 - Full Story

Open Letter to the UN Secretary General Concerning Global Warming

His Excellency Ban Ki-Moon
Secretary-General, United Nations
New York, NY
United States of America

Dear Mr. Secretary-General,
Re: UN climate conference taking the World in entirely the wrong direction

By Guest Column - Thursday, December 6, 2007 - Full Story

Island Shrinking by Global Warming… But for Over 100 Years?

Global warming acolytes have a favorite image, that of Al Gore’s fabulist tale of 20 foot waves engulfing our coast lines. Invoking that awesome image, the L.A. Times published a story last month that is supposed to be just another global warming scare piece.

By Warner Todd Huston - Sunday, December 2, 2007 - Full Story

It’s the Sun, Stupid

When the international global warming alarm-ocracy gathers for its annual convention on the balmy island of Bali next week, is there any chance that the delegates will look up at the big yellow ball in the sky and ask, “Could it be the Sun, stupid?”

By Steve Milloy - Saturday, December 1, 2007 - Full Story

UN Climate Distractions

The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) just issued the final installment of its year-long scare-the-pants-off-the public assessment of global warming.

By Steve Milloy - Saturday, December 1, 2007 - Full Story

The great climate change extortion racket

Anyone who still believes that the Kyoto Accord is about actually reducing so-called greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere is in dire need of therapy.  Kyoto is now and has always been about redistributing wealth.  Recent statements by countries such as Brazil and India have confirmed this to be the case as developing nations are taking the position that climate change was caused by industrialized countries and should therefore be remediated by those countries.

By Klaus Rohrich - Friday, November 30, 2007 - Full Story

Ancient Earth not matching up

Everyone loves a good mystery. There’s nothing quite as good as sitting down, and trying to work out whether it actually was the butler, or if poor Jeeves was simply framed. But mysteries come in all shapes and sizes, as can be attested to by researchers from the University of Michigan and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Thursday, November 29, 2007 - Full Story

Not Enough Parking for Private Jets Going to UN Climate Conference

As climate alarmists from all over the world head to Bali to talk about the sacrifices regular folks have to make to save the planet from global warming, it seems certain media will ignore all the private jets clogging the tiny airport.

By Guest Column Noel Sheppard- Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - Full Story

Batten down the hatches – Climate fear-mongering to get worse

The Commonwealth conference just completed in Uganda provides a preview of the rhetoric we can expect from delegates at next week’s United Nations Climate Change Conference on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Britain’s Prince Charles, now a devoted climate campaigner, told the Commonwealth conference, “Climate change has become the greatest challenge facing mankind… It has become a question literally of survival for Commonwealth members like Tuvalu and Kiribati.”

By Tom Harris Dr. Richard S. Courtney- Tuesday, November 27, 2007 - Full Story

The siren song of environmentalism

It seems the more information that surfaces about the UN’s ineptitude, the more hysterically individuals are buying into the UN’s warnings about climate change, albeit no definitive evidence of the deleterious effects of this phenomenon have as yet been identified.  Aside from a few unusually warm summers, which were also evident throughout the 1930s, no one has drowned or starved or lost a home as a direct result of global warming.  No islands have been inundated, no flash flooding has occurred in the northern latitudes and 15 minutes ago as I stepped outside the temperature was still below the freezing mark.

By Klaus Rohrich - Tuesday, November 27, 2007 - Full Story

Tsunami Alert System Designed

After the tragic events surrounding the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, the world once again turned their attention to the ocean tsunami. Scientists were once again directed to find ways to save people’s lives, through early detection systems and through further understanding.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Tuesday, November 20, 2007 - Full Story

Global Warming’s Bottom Line

Sen. Hillary Clinton last week proposed to require that publicly-owned companies disclose to shareholders the financial impacts of global warming. Financial reality, however, is already overtaking the financial fantasy of climate alarmists.

By Steve Milloy - Tuesday, November 20, 2007 - Full Story

Loons and Bears Versus Eskimos and Oil

“A petition seeking Endangered Species Act protection for a rare loon that breeds in Alaska’s National Petroleum Reserve has been accepted for review by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service” noted a May 29, 2007 Associated Press article. “Conservationists hope an eventual listing of the yellow-billed loon will curb petroleum development in the 23-million acre reserve that covers much of Alaska’s North Slope.”

By Alan Caruba - Monday, November 19, 2007 - Full Story