Why the Russians Conceived the Global Warming Scam

One of my duties at Accuracy in Media (AIM) has been to expose left-wingers in the media and Congress who were soft on the old Soviet Union and are now acting like hard-liners on Vladimir Putin’s Russia. It is a fascinating topic which exposes the duplicity of the left-wing obsession with Russia.

These people, who were soft on the Soviet Union and now hard on Russia, are the worst kind of hypocrites. Their hypocrisy is further demonstrated by the abundant evidence that the global warming or climate change theory, which they now embrace, was conceived by Soviet communists as a means by which to destroy the industrial base in the United States. This disinformation theme has been embraced by the liberals now claiming to be tough on Russia.

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Scientific Papers Indicate Natural Processes Dominate Changes In Ozone Hole, Methane And CO2 Emissions

What If Human Emissions Aren’t All That Influential?

We have been led to believe that we can control the size of the ozone hole and both methane and CO2 concentrations with our emissions.

We have also been led to believe we control weather patterns (storminess, droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes); we control tropospheric, atmospheric, surface, and deep ocean temperatures; we control glacier retreat and advance; we control relative sea level; we control whether or not over million species go extinct by 2050 . . . all by emitting more or less gaseous substances in our pursuit of energy and comfort.

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Paris Climate Accord is Not the Solution


“If green energy were already competitive or near-competitive with fossil fuels, the Paris agreement would be unnecessary.”

Excerpted from environmentalist’s Bjorn Lomborg’s editorial on why the Paris Climate Accord is not the solution:

There have been two conflicting responses to Trump’s decision [to withdraw from the Paris accord] – often heard from the very same person.

On one hand, we are told that the move imperils the planet. Former US Vice President Al Gore says that Trump is damaging “humanity’s ability to solve the climate crisis.” Business leader Tom Steyer says the Paris accord is “essential to leaving a healthy, safe, and prosperous world to our children” and blasts the president’s “traitorous act of war.”

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EPA Ends $1 Million Taxpayer-Funded Gym Membership Program

The Environmental Protection Agency has ended a nearly $1 million program that provided gym memberships for employees.

The new administration under EPA administrator Scott Pruitt identified the gym memberships as an abuse of taxpayer dollars. Examples of the program’s misuse included $15,000 for gym memberships for 37 EPA scientists in Las Vegas last year.

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SOURCE: Conservative Groups Oppose Trump’s Expected Pick For EPA’s Number Two Spot

Conservative groups are likely to oppose the nomination of lobbyist Jeff Holmstead to the number two position at the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a source.

“We’re trying to work behind the scenes to block him,” a conservative movement source told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Conservatives see him as part of the D.C. “swamp” who “not only went native,” but “seemed to want to go native.”

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Trump’s Paris Withdrawal Goes From ‘Apocalyptic’ To ‘The Best Available Outcome’

President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord has gone from being “apocalyptic” to “the best available outcome.”

Trump’s withdrawal from Pairs means he can’t undermine it from the inside, Lindsay Iversen, the associate director of climate and resources at the Council on Foreign Relations, wrote in a blog post.

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Plastic pollution in the Antarctic worse than expected

A seal entangled in plastic netting on Bird Island.

The levels of microplastic particles accumulating in the Antarctic are much worse than expected, a team of experts has warned.

The continent is considered to be a pristine wilderness compared to other regions and was thought to be relatively free from plastic pollution. However new findings by scientists from University of Hull and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have revealed that recorded levels of microplastics are five times higher than you would expect to find from local sources such as research stations and ships.

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