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The Great Global Warming swindle

Barbara Boxer emerging as Senate's new Al Gore

By Dr. Timothy Ball & Tom Harris

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Barbara Boxer, Al GoreSince taking over as Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works in January, California Senator Barbara Boxer has emerged as a truly bizarre figure in the global warming debate. Making climate change the focus of committee activities, Boxer maintains that "the American people have the will to slow, stop, and reverse global warming."†

Whether such a statement is due to a genuine naivetť about climate science on Boxer's part, or is strategically crafted to take advantage of public confusion on the issue, it is an assertion she is making often.† Speaking at the National Press Club on April 14 and again in her introduction to the June 7th Senate committee hearing, Boxer promised her audience that "Working Together we can reverse Global Warming!"† The issue usually dominates her personal site,, and she even includes a button, "Act Now to Stop Global Warming", on the Senate committee site (

US being hoodwinked into draconian climate policies

By Dr. Timothy Ball and Tom Harris

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Imagine basing a country's energy and economic policy on an incomplete, unproven theory -- a theory based entirely on computer models in which one minor variable is considered the sole driver for the entire global climate system.

This is precisely what Al Gore, U.S. Senate environment committee chairman Barbara Boxer and others want their nation to do. ††They expect Americans to accept on blind faith the thesis that human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are causing catastrophic climate change.† Boxer, Gore and their allies readily resort to emotional bullying against anyone who dares question this dogma. Their pronouncements -- Boxer's juvenile "the American people have the will to slow, stop and reverse global warming" is a prime example - are merely displays of arrogance that expose their lack of basic science understanding (or their complete disrespect of public intelligence). The policies they advocate are wholly unjustified scientifically and have extraordinarily damaging economic implications for the developed world.

Antarctic ice grows to record levels & Over 500 scientists published studies countering global warming fears

By EPW Blog

Saturday, August 4, 2007

Antarctic ice grows to record levels

(By Meteorologist Joe D'Aleo)

Excerpt: While the news focus has been on the lowest ice extent since satellite monitoring began in 1979 for the Arctic, the Southern Hemisphere (Antarctica) has quietly set a new record for most ice extent since 1979. This can be seen on this graphic from this University of Illinois site The Cryosphere Today, which updated snow and ice extent for both hemispheres daily.

Global warming insanity?

By Paul Driessen

Monday, September 10, 2007

"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority," Marcus Aurelius opined, "but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane."

The Year the Global Warming Hoax Died

By Alan Caruba

Monday, September 3, 2007

When did the global warming hoax die? Historians are likely to pinpoint 2007. It will take another decade to insure it cannot be revived, but the avalanche of scientific studies and the cumulative impact of scientists who have publicly joined those who debunked the lies on which it has been based will be noted as the tipping point.

Global Warming rivals Sponsorship Scandal

By Dr. Tim Ball, Natural Resources Stewardship Project

Friday, August 24, 2007

Many years ago, I warned Henry Hengeveld of Environment Canada (EC) that, if he thought it was difficult to convince ministers and MPs that global warming was due to human carbon dioxide (CO2) production, it would be twice as difficult to change their minds once they were convinced. The theory was, and still is, unproven of course, but by adopting it so completely so early on, Hengeveld would find himself on a treadmill virtually impossible to get off. †After all, it would be very dangerous for a bureaucrat to go back to those same politicians with the message that their political positions were wrong because they were based on wrong information.

Climate change moral failings are cowardice and ignorance, not inaction

By Tom Harris, & Professor Bob Carter , Natural Resources Stewardship Project

Friday, August 17, 2007

†Virtually overnight, Portland (Maine) High School student Kristen Byrnes has become a climate change sensation and a role model for freethinking young people everywhere.† As an extra credit project for an earth science course, she created "Ponder the Maunder", an attractive website designed to demonstrate "that the Earth's warming climate is a result of natural variance and that man-made changes in the warming climate in the last 40 years are negligible at best."† After being highlighted in a number of articles in two local newspapers and on several prominent Web sites, "Ponder the Maunder" attracted over 500,000 hits in May.

A Cloudy Mystery

By Alan Caruba

Thursday, August 16, 2007

There's a reason why one should be extremely wary of the computer models that are cited by the endless doomsday predictions of Al Gore, the UN's International Panel on Climate Change, and all the other advocates of "global warming."

The reason is clouds. Computer models simply cannot provide for the constant variability of clouds, so they ignore them.

Global warming hysteria, the new eugenics

By Henry Lamb

Monday, August 13, 2007

The BP oil company ads on television are, or should be, enough to make you never buy another drop of British-Petroleum gasoline. The farmer-type guy who stands there and talks about how wonderful it would be if you could grow a crop that you could convert to fuel to put in your tractor to plant next year's crops - is disingenuous, deceptive, and disgusting.

Green Fakers: Why eco-hypocrisy matters

By Jeff Bercovici

Monday, August 6, 2007

A few weeks ago, I wrote an item about Barbra Streisand, who was on tour in England. Though she's a big backer of environmental causes, and even offers tips for low-carbon living on her personal website, she was busted by the British press for touring in a private jet with a massive entourage that required 13 trucks and vast amounts of laundry—in other words, for sponsoring a traveling CO2 extravaganza.

Society of Environmental Journalists called Global Warming Propaganda Factory

By EPW Blog

Saturday, August 4, 2007

Excerpt: In January of this year, the SEJ published what they call Climate change: A guide to the information and disinformation. The guide is neatly organized into twelve chapters. Except for the seventh chapter titled with the freighted descriptive: "Deniers, Dissenters and Skeptics", the guide is a one sided presentation that resoundingly affirms global warming and puts down anyone with a different point of view. The site is a virtual digest of the global warming industry. If you're looking for a road map to the special interest groups behind the hysteria, this is the place to go. The journalist members of this association have obviously abandoned all pretense of objectivity. The site is largely a compendium of links to global warming promoters. Many of the links use adjectives like prestigious, best respected, and reputation unrivaled to burnish their credibility. The so-called deniers on the other hand are described with adjectives like, highly polemical, outright false, and deceptive partisan attack dogs. The description of the Competitive Enterprise Institute is especially derisive, citing the often leveled false accusation that they the tool of Exxon Mobile. And this is journalism at its finest? The SEJ is supported mainly by foundation grants from many of the places that fund Bill Moyers and PBS. The remaining revenue is generated from membership dues and conference fees. American Thinker

Latest Scientific Studies Refute Fears of Greenland Melt

By EPW Blog

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Ilulissat, Greenland – The July 27-29 2007 U.S. Senate trip to Greenland to investigate fears of a glacier meltdown revealed an Arctic land where current climatic conditions are neither alarming nor linked to a rise in man-made carbon dioxide emissions, according to many of the latest peer-reviewed scientific findings. Recent research has found that Greenland has been warming since the 1880's, but since 1955, temperature averages at Greenland stations have been colder than the period between 1881-1955.

Water Experts Find Earth's Warming, Rainfall Linked to Sun

By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

A team of water experts says the pattern of droughts and floods in South Africa shows our global warming was triggered by the variability of the sun's irradiance rather than by human-emitted CO2. They say variations in South African rainfall patterns are keyed to periodic reversals of the sun's magnetic field—and to the constantly changing distance between the sun and the earth as both move through space.

The price of global warming

By Henry Lamb

Monday, July 23, 2007

It is widely agreed that the global mean temperature has increased .07 degree C, over the last century. It is also widely agreed that carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased from about 280 parts per million (ppm) to nearly 380 ppm. And there is general agreement that at least some, if not most, of the increase in atmospheric carbon is the result of humans burning fossil fuels. Here's where the agreement ends.

A Sunny View of Oblivion

By Alan Caruba

Monday, July 23, 2007

Despite a plethora of television programs and books on the topic, predicting the End of the World has become boring.

Climate Extremism: the Real Threat to Civilization

By Dr. Timothy Ball and Tom Harris

Friday, July 20, 2007

There is nothing particularly unusual about current weather and climate change -- it is generally well within long-term normal patterns. However, the public believes otherwise due to a combination of the way in which people have been taught to view nature, political exploitation of science and the hidden motives of environmental extremists. ††How did this happen and where are we headed if climate change hysteria continues unchecked?

Climate ethics on Capitol Hill

By Paul Driessen

Friday, July 6, 2007

The truth about climate change consensus, prevention and price tags

Sarbanes-Oxley and the 2006 elections supposedly inaugurated a new congressional commitment to ethics, transparency, accountability and consumer protection. Something has been lost in translation.

Climate rhetoric does not justify bad policy

By Tom Harris & Dr. David Wojick, P.E.,

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Like the spices that have been used since ancient times to hide the flavor of spoiled meat, a liberal reference to ‘stopping climate change' has become the perfect ingredient to hide bad public policy.† Speech writers sprinkle the oratory of politicians with repeated allusion to ‘stabilizing climate' and other virtuous sounding, but impractical green rhetoric whenever they want to avoid serious debate.† Assertions of future climate crises are impossible to disprove and make even the most hard-nosed and scientifically-illiterate politician look wise and caring.††

Round up for June 27 , 2007 (Environmental News):

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Sampling of articles in last day -- Round Up -- June 27, 2007 The media tide is turning. See below from left leaning Slate Mag. writer published in Washington Post:

Wash. Post: Gore and DiCaprio scolded for promoting climate fears: 'There must be a limit to how many calamitous films, books and television shows we, and our children, can absorb'

Excerpts: 'I think it's wrong to let our children believe they'll be swept away before they get a chance to fret about college admissions.'

McGuinty Plans to close coal stations misguided

By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris,

Monday, June 18, 2007

NRSP calls for continued clean-up, not closure, of Ontario's coal-fired power stations

Ottawa, Canada, --The Natural Resources Stewardship Project (NRSP) takes issue with Premier Dalton McGuinty's announcement today that the province's coal-fired electricity generation stations will be closed by 2014.

Global Warming and its Evil Twin 'Climate Change' Predictions Wrong on Both Counts

By Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Global warming alarmists are a clever bunch. They have very carefully changed the issue from "global warming" to "climate change." Now any change in weather, be it mild winters or cool summers can be attributed to "climate change." Whatever the weather, the news is very bad.

Global Warming Hype

By Leon J. Hull,

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The global warming movement driven by its leading proponents, Al Gore and David Suzuki, appears to have deceived, through scare tactics, the majority with their "Save the Planet" mantra. Neither of these individuals has any expertise in Climatology but they are both touted as experts in this field by many in the media.

Climate Alarmists Lose Another Piece of Evidence

By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Don't look now, but another big chunk of the "evidence" for man-made global warming suddenly disappeared. Poof! Researchers just reported that the world's most recent case of "abrupt climate change"--which occurred a mere 12,000 years ago--was probably due to a comet strike, not to "climate sensitivity."†

PM's summit speech shows Parliamentarians have come full circle on climate change rhetoric

By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris,

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Echoing his environment minister's increasing assertions of future climate catastrophe, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has now labeled "the fight against climate change, perhaps the biggest threat to confront the future of humanity today."

"Obviously, if we really want to stop climate change, all the big emitters need to step up to the plate and must accept real targets," Harper told his audience at the EU-Canada Summit in Berlin on Monday. Calling the G8 meeting "the perfect opportunity -- to develop a new universal consensus on how to prevent global warming", the PM demonstrated, perhaps more than ever before, that when it comes to climate change, the extremists have won the PR war inside Canada's House of Commons.

Climate hysteria now invading our homes and businesses

By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris,

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Ontario environment minister Broten's ban of used oil heating just the latest example of an increasing intrusion into daily life by governments that ignore science

It has been 15 years since these words were first used to promote Fallen Angels, the science fiction classic written by Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle and Michael Flynn.› Looking at the World of 2007, it is tempting to conclude that they were not just writing fiction but were also making a forecast of the direction we were headed if environmental extremism ever really took hold in government.

Round up for May 18 , 2007 (Environmental News):

Friday, May 18, 2007

Sampling of articles in last few days -- May 18, 2007 -- Round Up

(Note: See bottom of this page for comments on Reuters silly article about Exxon-Mobile funding of "skeptics')

Climate Momentum Shifting:›Prominent Scientists Reverse Belief in Man-made Global Warming - Now Skeptics

By EPW Blog

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Growing Number of Scientists Convert to Skeptics After Reviewing›New Research

New findings indicate today's greenhouse gas levels not unusual

By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris,

Monday, May 14, 2007

"Stopping climate change" may be all the rage with celebrities and environmental lobbyists, but fortunately for the rest of us, the scare's scientific foundation is rapidly disintegrating.›

One of the fundamental pillars of the hypothesis that humanity is causing dangerous climate change is the belief that levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), the greenhouse gas of concern in countries such as Canada, have been rising steadily since the start of the industrial revolution.› But what if CO2 levels have not increased?› How could our emissions of this otherwise benign gas then have anything to do with the past century's modest warming?

Round up for May 14 , 2007 (Environmental News):

Monday, May 14, 2007

  • New findings indicate today's greenhouse gas levels not unusual -- The climate ‘scare's scientific foundation is rapidly disintegrating'›
  • The Great Cap-And-Trade Scam

    By Alan Caruba

    Monday, May 14, 2007

    Of all the crazed global warming proposals being put forth by the new masters of Congress, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Barbara Boxer, chairperson of the Public Works Committee, by far the worst would be a mandated cap-and-trade program that would supposedly offset carbon dioxide emissions.

    The Case of Mikhail Gorbachev

    By Vasko Kohlmayer, The American Thinker

    Friday, May 11, 2007

    The most remarkable aspect of the man-made global warming claim is the lack of solid scientific evidence for it. Yet there are those whose apparent goal it is to advance this theory at all costs. Blatant in their disregard of the facts, they try to convince as many as would believe of the real nature of this alleged danger. But since this activism does not rest on scientific evidence or hard facts, it must be driven by motives other than those publicly stated.

    So, where the term 'global warming' come from.......? We made it up!

    By Bud Clydesdale

    Tuesday, May 8, 2007

    This planet has been here over four billion years. We've been here for a hundred thousand. We've been engaged in heavy industry for two hundred years. Two hundred as opposed to 4.5 billion!

    Are we really so conceited and arrogant that we believe some plastic bags, a bunch of aluminum beer cans and light bulbs are going to put this globe into jeopardy?

    New U.N. greenhouse gas report should be viewed with skepticism

    By Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project

    Friday, May 4, 2007

    NRSP calls attention to fundamental flaws at the heart of Friday's IPCC climate report

    Ottawa, Canada, May 3, 2007 --The Natural Resources Stewardship Project (NRSP) alerts media to the serious fundamental problems with the report due out Friday from the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC):

    Earth's Climate Is Seesawing, According To Climate Researchers

    By Science Daily

    Wednesday, May 2, 2007

    — During the last 10,000 years climate has been seesawing between the North and South Atlantic Oceans. As revealed by findings presented by Quaternary scientists at Lund University, Sweden, cold periods in the north have corresponded to warmth in the south and vice verse. These results imply that Europe may face a slightly cooler future than predicted by IPCC, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

    Global warming headlines

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, May 1, 2007

    Sampling of articles in last day -- Thursday May 1, 2007

    The Global Warming Debate: As the skeptics score points, the political climate starts to change

    By Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center

    Monday, April 30, 2007

    With great fanfare, in March, Al Gore took Capitol Hill like a conquering hero as he testified on Global Warming before both houses of Congress. Fresh from conquests at the Academy Awards where his adoring Hollywood elites showered him with coveted golden statues for spreading their favorite propaganda, Gore was determined to turn his personal conquest into draconian federal law and ultimate human misery.

    Dr. Sheryl Crow's Ingenious Plan to "Wipe Out" Global Warming

    Satire By John Lillpop

    Thursday, April 26, 2007

    Who would have imagined that the svelte, beautiful, and musically gifted

    Sheryl Crow would be capable of profundity of intellect not witnessed since Albert Einstein passed?

    Indeed, who in their right mind would have consulted with the good Dr. Crow in order to find a solution to the global warming crisis that threatens all life forms on earth?

    The New Math on Global Warming

    By Dennis T. Avery

    Wednesday, April 25, 2007 25

    The UN climate change panel told us in 2001 that human-emitted CO2 might drive the planet's average temperature upward by 5.8 degrees C—a bigger average warming than the world has had in the past 100,000 years. The UN's 2007 report scales the possible overheating back a bit, to a maximum of 4.5 degrees—still a very large warming.

    Celebrating Earth Day With Appropriate PC Reverence

    Satire by John Lillpop

    Monday, April 23, 2007

    In order to commemorate Earth Day with the appropriate PC spirit and chutzpah, the "Al Gore Institute for Saving Earth by Ending Global Warming and Electing Al President" has sanctioned a list of ten ways to celebrate Earth Day.

    David Suzuki's report to Parliament on his "If YOU were Prime Minister" tour excludes inconvenient input


    Saturday, April 21, 2007

    Ottawa, Canada, April 20, 2007 --The Natural Resources Stewardship Project (NRSP) calls on the David Suzuki Foundation (DSF) to explain the criteria used to decide which input from Canadians were passed on to the Federal government and media today (see). ››A review of the videos and comments that are highlighted on today's DSF Web page report on the issue reveals not a single seriously dissenting view, or even ones asking for input from both sides of the climate change issue, such as that submitted by NRSP.

    To Fight Global Warming, Some Hang a Clothesline

    By EPW Blog

    Saturday, April 14, 2007

    Excerpts from article (full text below): I remember this as I'm studying energy-saving tips from Al Gore, who says that when you have time, you should use a clothesline to dry your clothes instead of the dryer.

    From the Pew to the Pulpit: Inside the Church of Global Warming

    By Paul A. Ibbetson

    Friday, April 13, 2007

    Al Gore, Maurice StrongWalk carefully, I say unto you, for thou art on holy ground. This was the rude awakening that I received when I entered the global warming debate. It would also be the warning that I would forward to anyone wishing to enter the debate over the validity of man made global warming. I stepped into this discussion after watching the similarities between the scare tactics of the global warmers and what I had seen of the scientific community's certainty of global cooling back in the 1970s. When ex-vice president Al Gore started saying, in a time of war, that global warming was a more important issue for us all to focus upon than international terrorism, I placed even more focus on the issue.

    Is classroom Global Warming preaching indoctrinating the next generation?

    By Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project


    Do you know what your children are learning in school about climate change? Have you ever looked at their textbooks? Is it education or indoctrination? How accurate are the facts? How much is it an ideological or a political message? Is it a balanced curriculum offering options or one imposing a singular view? How much is fear the vehicle of indoctrination?

    Do you only learn about the material when your elementary school child can't sleep because of threats of a rising sea level? Are you like the mother who told me how children at a birthday party for her seven-year-old cried when a balloon burst because they said there would be another hole in the ozone? I hear from many people about children traumatized by what they have learned in school. A British survey of children between 7 and 11 found half of them are anxious about the impacts of global warming to the point of losing sleep. At what age do we place societal or world problems on young shoulders? US TV celebrity psychologist "Dr. Phil" says emphatically, don't put adult problems on children's shoulders.

    Senator says 'Truth' encourages skepticism

    By EPW Blog

    Saturday, April 7, 2007

    Excerpt: "If we were facing a man-made climate catastrophe and Hollywood, Gore and the United Nations were our only hope to solve it, we would all be doomed."

    Global warming headlines

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, 6, 2007

    Sampling of articles in last day -- Thursday April 5, 2007

    Not easy being Green

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, March 23, 2007

    It's not easy being green. Just ask former Vice President Al Gore.

    While the newly anointed Oscar winner has made what Katie Couric called a "triumphant return" to Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Gore was tripped up by a simple question from Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe. Late into the hearing, Inhofe showed Gore a clip from his film, "An Inconvenient Truth." The clip challenged the audience with this question: "Are you ready to change the way you live?"

    If Gore is Right...
    I'm Henry the VIII, I am!

    By J.B. Williams

    Friday, March 23, 2007

    Liberals prefer the religion of science, scientist saviors and nutcase professional failure Al Gore as their prophet... As for the rest of us, a good dose of common sense reality will keep the fruitcake fear-driven global nightmare freaks away.

    Gore refuses to take personal energy ethics pledge

    By EPW Blog

    Thursday, March 22, 2007

    WASHINGTON, DC -- Former Vice President Al Gore refused to take a "Personal Energy Ethics Pledge" today to consume no more energy than the average American household.› The pledge was presented to Gore by Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, during today's global warming hearing.

    Breaking: Warming On Jupiter, Mars, Pluto, Neptune's Moon & Earth Linked to Increased Solar Activity, Scientists Say

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, March 13, 2007

    Mars's ice caps are melting, and Jupiter is developing a second giant red spot, an enormous hurricane-like storm.

    Round up for March 12, 2007 (Environmental News):

    Thursday, March 15, 2007

    Trek to North Pole to Create Awareness of Global Warming Called off after Explorer Suffers Frostbite From 'Extreme Cold'

    By EPW Blog

    Monday, March 12, 2007

    "They were experiencing temperatures that weren't expected with global warming," Atwood said. "But one of the things we see with global warming is unpredictability."

    Climate News Round Up for March 9, 2007

    By EPW Blog

    Saturday, March 10, 2007

    A series of Global Warming news articles from around the world.

    Forcing Global Warming Nightmares on Children

    By Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center

    Thursday, March 8, 2007

    The amount of propaganda poured into the heads of little children in the name of education is astonishing. Case in point: I just received a letter from a little girl in elementary school asking why I don't believe in global warming. She said her class had watched Al Gore's outrageous propaganda file, "An Inconvenient Truth," and then her letter began to spew all of its incredible inaccuracies. She was writing to me because she wanted to know why I didn't believe in global warming.

    Climate News Round Up

    By EPW Blog

    Thursday, March 8, 2007

    A series of Global Warming news articles from around the world.

    Climate News Round Up

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, March 6, 2007

    Below is a round up of just the past few days of climate news:

    Rap Star In Gore Climate Concert Lineup Flies Dinner Across The Atlantic

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, March 6, 2007

    How is Al Gore going to explain this one? Multi-platinum-selling rapper Kanye West, who infamously said during the Katrina telethon, "George Bush doesn't care about black people" has something else to explain.

    Ban Ki-moon calls on new generation to take better care of Planet Earth than his own

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, March 6, 2007

    From March 1, 2007 UN Article Excerpt:

    "[Mr. Ban] added that he would discuss climate change with global leaders at this June's summit meeting of the G-8 major industrialized nations.'These issues transcend borders,' he declared. 'That is why protecting the world's environment is largely beyond the capacity of individual countries. Only concerted and coordinated international action, supported and sustained by individual initiative, will be sufficient.

    DuPont's Actions Compared to Enron

    By EPW Blog

    Sunday, March 4, 2007

    Below is a Fact of the Day on DuPont.

    DuPont claims it joined the U.S. Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) to support global warming cap-and-trade legislation out of concern for the Earth's climate.

    Global Warming: The momentum has shifted to climate skeptics

    By EPW Blog

    Saturday, March 3, 2007

    [Inhofe EPW Press Blog Note: Senator Inhofe has made available his CPAC speech notes and PowerPoint presentation to the public. The science section notes below are only a sampling of the new developments since January 2007 refuting the media engineered 'consensus' on man-made global warming.]

    Global Warming on Mars & Cosmic Ray Research Are Shattering Media Driven "Consensus"

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, March 2, 2007

    Two new developments in climate science are rocking the media driven "consensus" on global warming. National Geographic has an article from February 28, 2007 entitled, "Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says," and a February 26, 2007 release from the Danish National Space Center announced "A new theory of climate change", detailing the "remarkable results of research on cosmic rays and climate." (See also: Climate Skeptics Vindicated as Growing Number of Scientists & Politicians Oppose Alarmism)

    An Ice Age versus Global Warming

    By Alan Caruba

    Monday, February 26, 2007

    The latest summary of yet another revised edition of a report by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control has evoked all the usual fears predicting the deaths of millions by 2080, and other end of the world scenarios.

    Global Craziness

    By Nathan Tabor

    Thursday, February 22, 2007

    This week--perhaps emboldened by the groundhog predicting an early spring--Old Man Winter came roaring back, blanketing much of the nation with a sheet of ice. In fact, a number of residents of the Midwest and Northeast felt as if they were living in a new Ice Age, thanks to a thick coat of ice that brought vehicular traffic to a standstill.

    Global Warming - Population Transfers Ignored

    By Dick Field

    Thursday, February 22, 2007

    A few commentators have expressed grave concern that the continued importation of millions of immigrants to Canada, the UK, the USA and northern Europe contributes to an ever increasing urban sprawl and the consequent destruction of vital agricultural lands. Even Canada's huge land mass cannot support the density of human occupation that its size would lead one to believe. Most of Canada's land mass is virtually uninhabitable. Compatible cultural integration is also becoming a cause of concern.

    Throw a Net Over Nancy Pelosi!

    By Alan Caruba

    Thursday, February 22, 2007

    Let's see if we can come up with some important priorities for the security of the United States and the growth of its economy. Well, number one is surely the protection the nation against any further attacks by Islamist fundamentalists. Clearly this has been successful to date. It will remain, however, a constant concern for decades to come.

    Keeping a cool head amid warming hysteria

    By EPW Web Exclusive!

    Global-warming doomsayers were out and about in a big way recently, but the rain came in central Queensland, then here in Sydney. January also was unusually cool.

    A lighter look at global warming and other prophecies of doom

    By John Clements

    Monday, February 19, 2007

    This article appeared in 'Investigate' in NZ in February this year

    'As I was going to the fair,
    I saw a man who wasn't there
    He wasn't there again today,
    Oh! how I wish he'd go away'.

    So, approximately, goes the little ditty I learnt long, long ago. It seemed 'right' then. But now one sees the flaw in the logic. It took a while! It's a faulty premise leading to an illogical conclusion. Yet perhaps one can, in one's imagination, 'see things that aren't there'. If you really, really, want to believe someone or something you can. Just as some people believe in those that profess to talk to the dead, some folk hypnotize more easily than others, and some reckon there are UFOs. But why do they have to 'fly' and be 'objects'? It sells better - that's why.

    NRSP Calls on Senate to block Passage of Kyoto Implementation Bill

    By Tom Harris, & Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project

    Thursday, February 15, 2007

    Ottawa, Canada, February 14, 2007 --The Natural Resources Stewardship Project (NRSP) calls on the Senate of Canada to block passage of Bill C-288, "An Act to ensure Canada meets its global climate change obligations under the Kyoto Protocol."

    Global Warming? Journalism? Don't Make Me Laugh!

    By Alan Caruba

    Wednesday, February 14, 2007

    As a very young man, fresh out of college and the army in the mid-1960s, I found myself employed as a rookie reporter on a weekly newspaper in New Jersey. I had never taken a course in journalism in my life, but I could write. The managing editor of the newspaper group that serviced a number of communities taught me all I ever needed to know about journalism. He taught me to be skeptical of everything and everyone.

    The Creeping Fascism of Global Warming Hysteria:
    Man-made orthodoxy is a dogma of coercion, bias, and junk science

    By Paul Joseph Watson,

    Tuesday, February 13, 2007

    The hoax of the doctrine of man-made global warming that is being foisted upon the world by decree, and the junk science that is manipulated to support it, represents a creeping fascism whose agenda to stifle open debate betrays the fact that climate change hysteria is a farce intended to crush freedoms and further centralize global power.

    Cutting through the climate jargon

    By Timothy Ball

    Tuesday, February 13, 2007

    New Environment Minister John Baird remarked that it was unusual to not be wearing boots in January in his home town of Nepean. How true -- there aren't many back yard rinks in Eastern Ontario right now either. But it is also true that it is unusual to wear boots in Victoria where I live -- and yet that has been a necessity many times in the midst of the record cold we have been experiencing.

    Inhofe Praises Czech President's Courage in Confronting Global Warming Fears

    Climate Skeptics Vindicated as Growing Number of Scientists & Politicians Oppose Alarmism

    By EPW Blog

    Tuesday, February 13, 2007

    Washington, D.C. -- Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Environment & Public Works Committee, congratulated Czech President Vaclav Klaus for speaking out against the fears of man-made global warming. Klaus told a Czech newspaper on February 8, 2007 that fears of catastrophic man-made global warming were a "myth" and critiqued the UN IPCC process, calling it a "political body." Klaus also said other government leaders would speak out, but "political correctness strangles their voice."

    Global warming ethics, pork and profits

    Global warming alarmism generates political and financial incentives

    By Paul Driessen

    Wednesday, February 7, 2007

    The ink has barely dried on its new code of conduct, and already Congress is redefining ethics and pork to fit a global warming agenda. As Will Rogers observed, "with Congress, every time they make a joke, it's a law. And every time they make a law, it's a joke."

    U.N. Report: Humans are to Blame for Global Warming

    By EPW Blog

    Wednesday, February 7, 2007

    GIBSON: The big debate now, are humans to blame for all this extreme weather. Well that's what a new United Nations report on climate change tells us. Not only are scientists saying they believe global warming is man-made, they're also saying it's now too late, it's all unstoppable. But the global warming debate has gotten so ugly now, some people are demanding that anyone who doesn't believe in these theories of climate change should be punished. Is it a legitimate point of view to question if these extreme weather changes are really a product of man-made global warming?

    Economic suicide for Europe and the US

    Climate alarmism threatens intense pain, for no environmental gain

    By Paul Driessen

    Tuesday, February 6, 2007

    Europeans have worked themselves into such a lather over "climate chaos" that they've set themselves up for a head-on collision between eco-ideology and economic reality. With the new Democratic Congress poised to ram through heavy-handed climate legislation, the US may be heading down the same path.

    Should We Believe the Latest UN Climate Report?

    By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

    Tuesday, February 6, 2007

    The UN Climate Change panel is asserting—again—that humans are overheating the planet.› Again, they have no evidence to support their claim—but they want the U.S. to cut its energy use by perhaps 80 percent just in case. Stabilizing greenhouse gases means no personal cars, no air-conditioning, no vacation travel. Nancy Pelosi says one-third of the Senate want this too.›

    Global Warming Hypocrisy

    By Henry Lamb

    Monday, February 5, 2007

    The up-tick in global warming propaganda in recent days is to set the stage for the release of the Fourth Assessment Report from the International Panel on Climate Change. Surprise, surprise, the report will say the sky is falling - faster and faster.

    The Green Juggernaut

    By Alan Caruba

    Monday, February 5, 2007

    As the news poured forth about the devastation wrought last week by a huge storm that swept across central Florida, I wondered to myself how anyone with any common sense could think that humans are responsible for the weather? Responsible? We have zero control over these events. And yet...

    Global Warming: The Cold, Hard Facts?

    By Timothy Ball

    Monday, February 5, 2007

    What would happen if tomorrow we were told that, after all, the Earth is flat? It would probably be the most important piece of news in the media and would generate a lot of debate. So why is it that when scientists who have studied the Global Warming phenomenon for years say that humans are not the cause nobody listens? Why does no one acknowledge that the Emperor has no clothes on?

    Auditor General right to remove Environment Commissioner

    G»linas' environmental evangelism conflicted with her role as auditor

    By Tom Harris, & Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project

    Sunday, February 4, 2007

    Auditor General Sheila Fraser was right to dismiss her environment auditor, Johanne G»linas.› In fact, she really had no choice.› While G»linas received praise for her work from most politicians, including Environment Minister John Baird, she clearly stepped well beyond her role as auditor and assumed the mantle of activist, an approach that undermined the credibility of the Auditor General's office.

    Inhofe Calls UN IPCC Summary For Policymakers ‘Corruption of Science'

    By EPW Blog

    Saturday, February 3, 2007

    Washington, DC -- Sen. James Inhofe, (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Environment & Public Works Committee, today commented on the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Summary for Policymakers.

    MIT Climate Scientist Calls Fears of Global Warming 'Silly' - Equates Concern to "Little Kids" Attempting to "Scare Each Other"

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, February 2, 2007

    MIT's Richard Lindzen called fears of manmade global warming "silly" and debated PBS's Bill Nye "The Science Guy" and the controversial Weather Channel host (Here:) Heidi Cullen on last night's Larry King Live. At one point, CNN host Larry King cautioned Nye against making a bet with Lindzen over who was correct about the science of global warming.

    NRSP cautions against relying on February 2 UN climate report

    IPCC documents have a history of bias and misrepresentation of actual science findings

    By Tom Harris, & Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project

    Friday, February 2, 2007

    Ottawa, Canada, February 1, 2007-- The Natural Resources Stewardship Project calls attention to the serious problems that have plagued past climate reports of the sort to be issued by the United Nations on Friday.

    Media Covering Up UN Global Warming Report's Political Agenda, Senator Inhofe Charges

    By EPW Blog

    Thursday, February 1, 2007

    The final document of the new United Nations global warming Summary for Policymakers, due out this Friday, was not approved by scientists but by political delegates, Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) revealed today during a contentious debate with CNN anchor Miles O'Brien. (See Video of Senator Inhofe on CNN: Senator James Inhofe Discusses Global Warming with Miles O'Brien on CNN's American Morning

    We're Doomed. What's for Dinner?

    By Alan Caruba

    Wednesday, January 31, 2007

    On Sunday, Jan 28, the front-page story in my daily newspaper was "A chilling conclusion on global warming." By Tuesday, the front page story was "Climate Study: Millions will go hungry and dry." Soon more revelations about a United Nations report on climate change, due in April, will be in the news, but let me tell you its conclusion. We're doomed.

    Senator Boxer on CAFE - Then & Now

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, January 26, 2007

    EPW Chair Boxer and the Democratic Majority support federal mandates for higher CAFE standards for automobiles, yet their rhetoric does not match their lifestyles.

    Weather Channel Climate Expert Calls for Decertifying Global Warming Skeptics

    By EPW Blog

    Thursday, January 18, 2007

    The Weather Channel's most prominent climatologist is advocating that broadcast meteorologists be stripped of their scientific certification if they express skepticism about predictions of manmade catastrophic global warming. This latest call to silence skeptics follows a year (2006) in which skeptics were compared to "Holocaust Deniers" and Nuremberg-style war crimes trials were advocated by several climate alarmists.

    Polar bear proposal shows ESA is broken

    By US Senate Environment and Public Works

    Friday, January 5, 2007

    WASHINGTON, DC -- Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) delivered a Senate floor speech today analyzing the proposed Endangered Species Act listing of the Polar Bear by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Following is an excerpt of Senator Inhofe's speech today:

    Global Warming on Steroids!

    By Alan Caruba

    Wednesday, January 3, 2007

    On December 4, then Speaker-Elect Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) issued a statement protesting the lifting of a presidential moratorium protecting Alaska's Bristol Bay from oil and gas exploration. Rep. Pelosi had to reach back to the Exxon Valdez oil spill of 1989 to find a reason why this energy-rich area should not be opened to exploration.

    Expressing doubt about climate catastrophe a risky venture

    Without questioning, climate debate reduces to fundamentalism

    By Tom Harris, & Dr. Tim BallNatural Resources Stewardship Project

    Tuesday, January 2, 2007

    In early December, Olympic skiersThomas Grandi and Sara Renner held a press conference to announce they werejoining David Suzuki to fight climate change.  Twice a World Cup goldmedal winner, Grandi intends to donate half his circuit winnings this season tothe David Suzuki Foundation.   Suzuki hopes his "Play It Cool"campaign will also attract the support of other athletes to "help combat globalwarming".

    Geo-engineering to save planet

    By Klaus Rohrich

    Wednesday, December 27, 2006

    It's like one of those really bad black and white science fiction movies of the 1950s. The world is in danger of being destroyed. Particles that have mysteriously appeared in the atmosphere are heating up the planet and threatening to incinerate all life. The media is in a feeding frenzy. The populace is hysterical. Debate rages on what to do about these invasive particles; how to save the world. A thoughtful, pipe-smoking scientist conducts experiments in how to best attack the problem and in a flash of brilliance comes up with a solution: build giant cannons that fire millions of tons of an antidote into the atmosphere to reverse the impending doom. The planet is saved, life continues.

    What green activists don't want you to know

    By EPW Blog

    Friday, December 22, 2006

    I write to applaud your Dec. 4 editorial "Global Warming Gag Order." I also read with interest the responses from your readers ("Senators' 'Chill Out' Letter to Exxon Creates a Heated Reaction," Letters to the Editor, Dec. 13). As chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works for the past four years, I have held several hearings examining the fears of manmade catastrophic global warming, and I have spoken publicly on this issue more than any other senator.

    Two More Global Warming False Alarms

    By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

    Saturday, December 16, 2006

    The global warming debate has developed a pattern: In part A, a scientist makes a scary claim and gets headlines for himself, and his funding source, across the known world. In part B, a few months later new evidence blows the scary claim away—but with no press coverage of its demise.›››

    Senator Inhofe announces public release of "Skeptic's Guide to Debunking Global Warming Alarmism"

    By US Senate Environment and Public Works

    Thursday, December 14, 2006

    Washington D.C. - Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), the outgoing Chairman of Environment & Public Works Committee, is pleased to announce the public release of the Senate Committee published booklet entitled "A Skeptic's Guide to Debunking Global Warming Alarmism. Hot & Cold Media Spin Cycle: A Challenge To Journalists who Cover Global Warming."

    The Global Warming inquisition and the suppression of "skeptic" heresy

    By Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center

    Thursday, December 14, 2006

    Imagine living in a world where no one is allowed to think independent thoughts or take independent actions. Only pre-approved human response would be acceptable. To break the rule and engage in forbidden thought would result in terrible retribution, perhaps leading literally to one's destruction.

    Climate McCarthyism and Eco-Inquisitions

    Censoring news and views to advance ideologies and legislation

    By Paul Driessen

    Wednesday, December 13, 2006

    Two centuries years ago, Voltaire proclaimed, "I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it." Today, our free speech traditions are under assault.

    Colleges prohibit "offensive" or "politically incorrect" speech. Radical Islamists threaten to kill scholars, artists and even popes who "disrespect" the Prophet. And when we desperately need unfettered scientific debate, intolerant eco-activists have ushered in an era of climate McCarthyism and eco-Inquisitions.

    Inhofe says new UN Global Warming report proves fears of manmade catastrophic climate change are 'unsustainable'

    By EPW Blog

    Monday, December 11, 2006

    WASHINGTON, DC -- Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Chairman of the Environment & Public Works Committee, commented on today's article in the UK Telegraph titled "UN Downgrades Man's Impact on the Climate." The Telegraph reported that a draft of the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) upcoming fourth assessment has lowered mankind's estimated impact on the Earth's climate by 25 percent and scaled back sea level rise upper estimates by nearly half since the last IPCC report in 2001.

    The false premise behind climate change

    By Vasko Kohlmayer

    Saturday, December 9, 2006

    Energized by the latest election results, the global warming community is getting ready for a major push to stop what is referred to as climate change. Claiming that it represents a major threat to our survival, they argue for tough laws to contain the ecological calamity that is allegedly unfolding even as we speak. At the center of their legislative efforts will be Barbara Boxer, the incoming chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. A fierce environmental crusader, Ms. Boxer has already promised ‘a very long process of extensive hearings.' It is to be hoped that among the many dire scenarios that will undoubtedly be painted, someone asks this simple question:

    Inhofe says global warming media hearing exposed alarmist media

    By EPW Blog

    Thursday, December 7, 2006

    WASHINGTON, DC -- Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Chairman of the Environment & Public Works Committee, said today's hearing about the media and climate change revealed that "Scare tactics should not drive public policy."›› The hearing's purpose was to examine the media's presentation of climate science and featured scientists and media experts.

    Can British Wine Grapes Resolve a Global Warming Question?

    By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

    Thursday, December 7, 2006

    British wine grapes are suddenly in the midst of the global warming controversy.

    Historic records tell us that Britain grew wine grapes 2,000 years ago during the Roman Warming, and 1,000 years ago during the Medieval Warming. Since 1300, however, Britain has been too cold for wine grapes. The debate: Is human-induced warming› boosting British temperatures to "unnatural" levels, or is the gradual warming a repeat of previous cycles?

    The Californication of the Economy

    By Alan Caruba

    Monday, November 27, 2006

    The midterm elections were held on November 7th and by November 10th the Associated Press reported that California Senator Barbara Boxer was promising "major policy shifts on global warming, air quality and toxic-waste cleanup as she prepares to lead the U.S. Senate's environmental committee."

    New UN Children's Book Promotes Global Warming Fears to Kids

    By EPW Blog

    Wednesday, November 22, 2006

    Nairobi, Kenya -- A new United Nations children's book promoting fears of catastrophic manmade global warming is being promoted at the UN Climate Change Conference in Kenya.› The books main character, a young boy, is featured getting so worried about a coming manmade climate disaster that he yells "I don't want to hear anymore!" The new children's book, entitled "Tore and the Town on Thin Ice" is published by the United Nations Environment Programme and blames "rich countries" for creating a climate catastrophe.

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