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Editorial Staff: The Other Side of the Story Scared Me More Than Al Gore

Alanna Wallace, a member of the editorial staff of The Cord Weekly (a student publication of Wilfrid Laurier University), watched Al Gore’s pretty slideshows and listened to the doom-and-gloom voiceovers. Soon she had convinced her family to buy green everything in an effort to save the planet. But why? Wallace started researching the other side of the global warming debate and found ... Full story

Be a Better Driver to Save the World

Denver Colorado conducted an experiment with city employees and individual volunteers to determine how much gasoline is wasted during normal driving with the end result being would drivers make conscious decisions to modify their driving habits once they knew how much fuel was being wasted. The experiment was funded by an oil and gas company and, after one year, the detailed data forced drivers ... Full story

Climate Change ‘Irreversible’

A group of U.S. environmental researchers have determined that climate change is virtually irreversible. The scientists have concluded that global temperatures could remain high for 1,000 years even if carbon emissions were somehow halted. I suppose any measures we take today will benefit our great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandchildren. Full story

Six Most Embarrassing Moments in Environmentalism

Every so often it’s fun to take a step back and poke a little fun at the global warming alarmists here at Skeptics Global Warming. Many incriminate themselves with sheer hypocrisy and arrogance that does little to further their cause: to stop global temperatures from rising by reducing man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Every time one of these supposed friends of the ... Full story

Many Arrive By Private Jets to Inauguration

And the hypocrisy continues. While the world campaigns for a greener tomorrow with reduced carbon emissions, the Wall Street Journal reported that as many as 600 private jets were expected to touch down at Washington-Dulles International Airport for the inauguration. While these people can certainly afford carbon offsets to maintain their extravagant lifestyles, the rest of us are stuck curbing our lifestyles to ... Full story

Hansen: We Only Have Four Years Left

James Hansen of NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies has come out with another prediction on climate change. He says that the President only has four years left, and that carbon levels are already too high to prevent runaway greenhouse warming and that the United States is the only country with the political muscle to lead the world and stop the rise in carbon ... Full story

Google Responds to Greenhouse Gas Charge

Google has responded to a claim by physicist Alex Wissner-Gross published in yesterday’s Sunday Times, stating that two searches performed on the search engine giant is equivalent to boiling a cup of water for tea. Now that Google has been charged with not being environmentally-friendly, they’ve become a little less secretive about their operations in an effort to stave off reputation damage. ... Full story

Scientists Quietly Backing Away from Global Warming

(H/T: An Honest Climate Debate). Atmospheric scientist James Peden said many scientists “are now searching for a way to back out quietly” from the global warming fearmongering “without having their professional careers ruined.” The major research grants in Canada have been awarded based on the assumption that something must be done to stop carbon emissions from destroying the planet. I ... Full story

Six Reasons Why Global Warming May Not Exist

You can read the full article at the link below, but here’s a quick run-down of the six reasons why global warming may not exist: Temperatures are falling, not rising.The planet was hotter 1000 years agoThe planet’s surface temperature is not at record levels (even though carbon emissions are in the billions of tons annually)ice is not disappearingHimalayan glacier melt not caused by global ... Full story

‘Blood-letting’ as Obama energy policy

Steven Chu The senior policy advisor for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow ( is concerned that Obama's new energy/environmental team will institute policies akin to the sort of remedy that killed America's first president. Paul Driessen of CFACT says the appointment of Steven Chu as energy secretary, Lisa Jackson as Environmental Protection Agency administrator, and Carol Browner as climate czar is troubling in that they all adhere to the belief that manmade carbon ... Full story
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