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Unwarranted and Unnecessary CO2 Limiting Legislation

It is High Time a Joint United States-Canadian Commission on Global Warming Be Formed Now, Before Real Damage is Done to Both of Our Economies by Unwarranted and Unnecessary CO2 Limiting Legislation

Many groups and individuals in the United States and Canada have listened with alarm and disbelief to plans of both governments to saddle their people and industries with the burdens of carbon dioxide emission restrictions, carbon dioxide taxes and the risks of carbon dioxide trading, which is an open invitation to massive fraud.

The science of global warming is definitely not settled.

By Guest Column Ron Ewart- Wednesday, February 6, 2008 - Full Story

Greens Try to Cash in on Valentine’s Day

Below is the actual text of an email received today. It is one more example of the way Greens cannot resist cashing in on every aspect of our lives by laying a guilt trip on us. I have put the especially obnoxious aspects in italics.

By Alan Caruba - Wednesday, February 6, 2008 - Full Story

More Ice Than Ever

Michaels is one of Senate 400 Plus scietnists dissenting…

By EPW Blog Patrick J. Michaels- Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - Full Story

Earthjustice’s Clean Water Poll Comes Up Short

Last month, the environmental activists at Earthjustice breathlessly released the results of a poll the group had commissioned that supposedly reveals rural voters’ feelings on the Clean Water Act.

By Guest Column Peyton Knight- Tuesday, February 5, 2008 - Full Story

Hurricane Hysteria Revisited

Will global warming increase hurricane activity? Two studies published in the last week arrived at opposite conclusions.

By Steve Milloy - Friday, February 1, 2008 - Full Story

Turning Tar Sands into Clean Natural Gas with Bacteria

Scientists said recently in the journal Nature they can radically speed up the underground bacterial fermentation that turns Canada’s tar-like Athabasca sands into natural gas at far less cost and with far less environmental pollution.

By Dennis Avery - Thursday, January 31, 2008 - Full Story

Bill Gray, MIA at the Teach-In

On January 31, a two-day barrage of panels dealing with global warming issues concludes at Colorado State University. The sessions are part of an “unprecedented teach-in” taking place around the country coordinated by the Green House Network under the rubric Focus the Nation. But of the fifty CSU profs involved in the discussion, one is conspicuous by his absence.

By EPW Blog - Thursday, January 31, 2008 - Full Story

Slow Down Bill

Excerpt: “We just have to slow down our economy and cut back our greenhouse gas emissions ‘cause we have to save the planet for our grandchildren.”
At a time that the nation is worried about a recession is that really the characterization his wife would want him making? “Slow down our economy”?

By EPW Blog - Thursday, January 31, 2008 - Full Story

Polar Bear Lies

We live in a day when lies about polar bears are used to deny Americans access to the vast oil reserves—billions of barrels—that are known to exist in the Alaska National Wildlife Reserve and coastal areas.

By Alan Caruba - Thursday, January 31, 2008 - Full Story

U.S. Senate Report Debunks Polar Bear Extinction Fears

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service is considering listing the polar bear a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. This report details the scientists debunking polar bear endangerment fears and features a sampling of the latest peer-reviewed science detailing the natural causes of recent Arctic ice changes.

By EPW Blog - Wednesday, January 30, 2008 - Full Story

The Ocean’s Biological Deserts are Growing

I have just been introduced to a new term that I am grapping to understand, yet here I am. The “biological desert” refers to the lack of biodiversity and biomass, in an area other than that typically looked at as a desert. My introduction to the term comes with an even more difficult landscape in which for a desert to exist; the ocean.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Wednesday, January 30, 2008 - Full Story

Which Day Would You Prefer?

This post is a text by my friend Robert W. Felix, author of “Not by Fire, But by Ice”, a book based on research indicating the earth is on the cusp of a new ice age. - AC

By Alan Caruba - Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - Full Story