A new study produced by a University of Wisconsin-Madison geoscientist and Northwestern astrophysicist presents an explanation of the fluctuations of the earth’s temperatures that global warming alarmists are going to make sure to bury: The cycle of changes in the climate over the millennia is a result of changes in the amount of solar radiation, in part caused by small changes in the orbits of Earth and Mars.
Scientists faking their government-funded research and defrauding taxpayers are drastically increasing in number, and a major federal agency has no idea how much of its $7 billion investment is lost to such misconduct, waste or theft, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds research projects to the tune of $7 billion in taxpayer funds every year, but officials there don’t estimate how much goes to cheaters who manipulate data, plagiarize and steal public money.
Residents of a Massachusetts town are trying to get their local government to revoke the permits of wind turbines.
Plymouth residents say the turbines are disrupting their lives and could have serious health effects. The environmental and clean air group Buzzards Bay Coalition wants to shut down the turbines.
Conservation groups sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Thursday to protect wild salmon from so-called man-made global warming.
The lawsuit is slated to be the first against the agency under President Donald Trump’s new EPA head, Scott Pruitt. It seeks to protect salmon from rising water temperatures, which some scientists say is caused by climate change, in two major rivers of the Pacific Northwest.
The results of three recently-released studies that were not included in the last IUCN Red List assessment add more than 2,050 bears (on average)1 to the official 2015 global polar bear estimate, a point you won’t likely hear next Monday (27 February) from most polar bear specialists, conservation organizations, their cheerleaders and corporate sponsors on International Polar Bear Day.
Thousands of protesters, tons of garbage and nearly 750 arrests later, the Dakota Access pipeline occupation wrapped up Thursday as law enforcement cleared stragglers from the floodplain in preparation for the massive clean-up ahead.
A total of 46 people were arrested after refusing to leave during the two-day evacuation at the Oceti Sakowin camp, the largest of the protest enclaves located on federal land along the Cannonball River.
Affordability and decarbonisation must not be prioritised ahead of security of the UK’s energy supply, according to a House of Lords committee. The Economic Affairs Committee said in a report released today – The Price of Power: Reforming the Electricity Market – that decarbonisation should be achieved at the lowest cost to consumers. “This may mean waiting for the development of new technologies which can reduce emissions,” the committee said. “The government should make sure that the pace of reductions is flexible and not a rigid path to be achieved at all costs,” it added. —RE News, 24 February 2017
Ivanka, Jared Intervened To Strip Language Critical Of The Paris Climate Accords Out Of An Executive Order
Ivanka Trump and her husband, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, intervened to get a pending executive order stripped of language critical of an international climate agreement signed by President Barack Obama.
Kushner and Ivanka “intervened to strike language about the climate deal from an earlier draft of the executive order,” sources familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.
Leaked tapes of CNN employees released by Project Veritas this morning reveal CNN editors displaying their leftist bias. Editors can be heard claiming there is “no debate” on climate change while calling Fox News “unbearable.”
Joe Sterling, who was then News Desk Editor for CNN’s online venue “The Wire” was recorded dismissing any skepticism on the climate change issue, and comparing it to creationism.
The NSIDC announced Antarctica’s sea ice loss was the greatest it’s been since 1978 (when tracking began) despite a long-term trend showing the continent gaining in size.
The sea ice, which shrinks every summer, contracted 883,015 square miles. The previous low was 884,173 square miles in 1997.
That’s a difference of 0.1 percent or 1,158 square miles.