Category Archives: Politics

SHOCK CLAIM: World is on brink of 50 year ICE AGE and BRITAIN will bear the brunt

You can find all the details at UK Express HERE. AccuWeather long-range expert Brett Anderson added: “When there is an anomaly with either the atmosphere or ocean temperature you can bet there will be some effect on the other nearby or … Continue reading

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Courtesy of John Christy, a comparison between 73 CMIP5 models (archived at the KNMI Climate Explorer website) and observations for the tropical bulk tropospheric temperature (aka “MT”) since 1979. Now, in what universe do the above results not represent … Continue reading

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The Wrong Solution

Russ Steele Ignoring the cyclical nature of climate history President Obama is placing the United States on a path that will prepare the county for global warming, when there is a higher probability of global cooling. As leaders in Washington … Continue reading

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California Governor Brown Defends Steps to Fight Climate Change

Russ Steele The AP has the story: Gov. Jerry Brown told attendees at an environmental conference Friday that climate change must be prevented or humans might one day be forced to live on another planet. Addressing the Greenbuild Expo in … Continue reading

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New Satellite Data Contradicts Carbon Dioxide Climate Theory (Updated)

Russ Steele [Editors Note: The original link to this story has been updated. The story was pulled from Details on why this story was removed from the Internet can be found HERE.] Conventional wisdom and dodgy climate change models … Continue reading

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CIA Says Global-Warming Intelligence Is ‘Classified’

Russ Steele Why are the results of a CIA’s Global-Warming study secret? Wired has this story: Two years ago, the Central Intelligence Agency announced it was creating a center to analyze the geopolitical ramifications of “phenomena such as desertification, rising … Continue reading

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Spencer and Braswell must have hit a big soft spot in warmer’s models (Or maybe it is more of a connection)

Russ Steele Editors Note:  See the update below from a post at Watts Up With That, the critics and the editor may have a business and academic relationship.  See the rest of the story below. Roy Spencer and John Braswell … Continue reading

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