Hell Freezes Over

Hell Freezes Over

By INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Friday, December 19, 2008 4:20 PM PT

Climate Change: Sin City gets hit with almost 4 inches of snow as the white stuff even dusts Malibu, Calif. We don’t know what computer model global warmongers are using. A slot machine with three ice cubes, perhaps?


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What happens in Vegas, they say, stays in Vegas. But as more evidence of the decade-long cooling trend is shoveled off the Strip, we hope that doesn’t apply to the truth about global warming. Continue reading

Al Gores Recycled Doom

Inhofe correct on global warming

The Norman Transcript
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Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe has been taking a lot of heat lately for his skeptical stance on global warming. He’s been called a “social dinosaur” for his failure to accept the politically correct view. But in my opinion, Sen. Inhofe is absolutely correct to be skeptical. As the Enlightenment philosopher Denis Diderot said, “skepticism is the first step towards truth.”
I’m a geophysicist who has conducted and published climate studies in top-rank scientific journals. My perspective on Sen. Inhofe and the issue of global warming is informed not only by my knowledge of climate science, but also by my studies of the history and philosophy of science. Continue reading

The real climate change catastrophe

The real climate change catastrophe
CSR must recognize how misguided energy policies will affect the world’s poor
By Paul Driessen
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Every snowstorm, hurricane, deluge or drought generates headlines, horror movies and television specials, demanding action to avoid imminent climate catastrophe. Skeptics are pilloried, labeled “climate criminals,” and threatened with “Nuremberg-style war crimes trials.”

Britain’s Royal Society has demanded that ExxonMobil stop funding researchers who say global warming is primarily the result of natural forces. Meanwhile, scientist James Hansen received $250,000 from Teresa Heinz-Kerry for insisting that warming is due to humans, and “socially responsible” investor services refuse to list or recommend corporations they deem insufficiently sensitive on the subject. Continue reading