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McKitrick Paper: No Global Warming For 19 Years

By Andrew Bolt ~

The Guardian in 2009 predicted five years of rapid warming:

The world faces record-breaking temperatures as the sun’s activity increases, leading the planet to heat up significantly faster than scientists had predicted for the next five years, according to a study.

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Shaking, Quaking, And Freezing

By Alan Caruba ~

Have you noticed how much earthquake and volcanic activity has been occurring lately?

There was a major earthquake in Napa, California on Sunday, August 24th as well as considerable volcanic activity from Iceland to Papua, New Guinea. 1,134 more words

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A Moderate Bush Wins NYT Kudos For Climate Change Concern, Unlike Anti-'Climate Science' Ideology of Texas GOP

By Clay Waters ~

Strange New Respect? The national edition of Sunday’s New York Times featured a favorable profile of a Bush family politician: George P. 896 more words

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Arctic Ice Cap Expands By 41 Percent In Two Years; Al Gore Thought It Might Be Gone By Now

By Tom Blumer ~

Ice, ice baby. That’s what they have a lot more of in the Arctic.

The UK Daily Mail, one of those British tabloids the left has despised going back to the Clinton administration and its paranoia about… 679 more words

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NRC Final Rule: Nothing More Than A Patch For A Broken System

By Jack Spencer and Katie Tubb ~

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) voted to finalize its “continued storage” rule, establishing a general recognition that onsite storage of spent nuclear fuel is safe for the short, long, and indefinite terms. 549 more words

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Freedom OF Religion, Not Freedom FROM Religion

By Alan Caruba ~

The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution do not abandon religion, they embrace it. They do not, however, require that Americans believe in God, nor punish them for failing to do so. 893 more words

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World Won’t Warm. Scientists Feel Sick

By Andrew Bolt ~

Tim Blair marvels at the responses of Australian climate scientists to a polite inquiry into their feelings. One typical example:

I feel a maelstrom of emotions.

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