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AOL Headline: 'Global Warming Likely To Cause Colder And Snowier Winters, Scientists Say'

By P.J. Gladnick ~

With global warming it is often heads you lose, tails we win. No matter what happens in the weather the answer is always global warming. 686 more words

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Climate Change Australia - The ABC Must Be Slashed If Fiona Stanley Insists It’s Not Biased

By Andrew Bolt ~

The truth hurts ABC board member Fiona Stanley:

If you only read The Australian, or listen to the views of some politicians, you would think that the ABC is struggling to provide fair coverage of events, is biased in its politics and its science, and that it is wasting tax-payers’ dollars.

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Record Antarctic Ice To Trap The Next Turney, Too

By Andrew Bolt ~

Remember warmist scientist Chris Turney and his Ship of Fools last December?

Chris Turney, a professor of climate change at Australia’s University of New South Wales, said it was “silly” to suggest he and 73 others aboard the MV Akademic Shokalskiy were trapped in ice they’d sought to prove had melted.

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Anti Fracking Crusaders Mob Colorado

By Ron Arnold ~

Colorado’s home-grown “ban fracking,” anti-natural gas campaign had already alarmed Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper with its secretive out-of-state funding and activism – including Yoko Ono’s surreal New York City “Artists Against Fracking” – when things suddenly turned immeasurably worse. 608 more words

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Climate Change - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott - And A Failure To Warm - Incites Scepticism In The U.S.

By Andrew Bolt ~

Tony Abbott is giving climate sceptics around the world the courage to point out the emperor has no clothes.

From the… 689 more words

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Poverty, Not Climate Change, Bigger Concern For China And India

By David Kreutzer, Ph.D. ~

According to a recent news story, President Xi Jinping of China and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India will not attend the upcoming UN climate summit. 487 more words

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