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Joe Bastardi discusses Al Roker's global warming claim

Back in February, NBC News weatherman Al Roker claimed that harsh winter conditions are the result of global warming. NewsmaxTV interviewed Chief Forecaster for WeatherBELL Analytics and former Chief Long Range Forecaster at Accuweather Joe Bastardi who answered Roker’s claim and added some more depth to the issue.

Opportunities to Decarbonise: We Missed You Like Crazy

This was written a little before the publication of Qvist and Brook’s peer-reviewed article that sets out the potential for rapid global electricity decarbonisation through adoption of modern nuclear energy at a rate comparable to what France and Sweden demonstrated – while growing healthy economies – last century. 1,531 more words

The correlation between rejection of evolution and rejection of environmental regulation: what does it mean?

I was sent the following Washington Post tw**t, which refers to an article by Chris Mooney, an accommodationist who now works for that paper. Of course I was intrigued, so I went to both Mooney’s article and the source of that graph, … 1,610 more words


Refuting global warming science is elementary part III

Liberals are either the victims of deceivers who distract them from the truth or the perpetrators of the lies presenting facts and then misleading others to false conclusions.   950 more words

Climate Change

Saying it straight on climate change

The latest contretemps was sparked by a comment in Nature by Oliver Geden, an analyst at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs. In it, he made a simple argument.

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"Foreign Aid in a Climate of Change" (Non-Fiction film)

Collaboration #1

“Foreign Aid in a Climate of Change” 

Short Documentary (12min)

Key Collaborators:

Lucille Schnierer (director, producer, writer, interviewer, editor, producer sound track)

Meg Mappin (DoP) 24 more words

"Cli-fi" novels written to indoctrinate youngsters

Russian communist leader Vladimir Lenin once said: Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted. 433 more words