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Prediction: Coldest Winter in a Decade

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Australian Heat Wave Proof of Climate Change? Not So Fast

Andrew Bolt has some perspective on the recent heat wave in Australia and, despite warnings from climate change alarmists that this is proof of global warming, this isn’t really proof at all. Unlike the record cold temperatures in the United States in recent weeks, the high temperatures in Australia haven’t exactly broken any records, according to Bolt. More propaganda from the global warming ... Full story

The Amazing Story Behind Tho Global Warming Scam

The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints. Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have lead to a rise in public awareness that CO2 is ... Full story

Despite Alleged Warming, Antarctic Sea Ice Grew 30%

Christopher Booker provides his take on the so-called Antarctic warming that hit the news last week. It seems the Antarctic “warming” is confined to a very small portion of the continent, while the rest of Antarctica has been getting colder over the last 30 years, according to satellite data. For years, the continent that covers the south pole has been a thorn ... Full story

United Arab Emirates Records Second Snowfall…In Recorded History

Snow fell in the United Arab Emirates on Friday for only the second time in recorded history. What started as a a snowfall at 3:00 PM local time turned into a heavy snowfall by 8:00 PM. The last time the snow fell was on December 28, 2004. Before that time, no records indicate any snowfall. Temperatures fluctuated between 10 degrees C ... Full story

As his ride idled outside in the cold, Steven Chu expressed his irrational fear of CO2

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NOAA Claim Relative to 2008 is BS

Just this week, NWS threw out what would have been an all-time state record for Illinois based on NWS citing lack of confidence in equipment, claiming “ASOS better than AWOS”. Anthony Watts responded in this post (”when we see public information statements like the one yesterday from the National Weather Service telling us that the ASOS system is more acceptable that an AWOS system calibrated just the day before, I’m quite ... Full story

Schools Close Because of Biofuel Buses

So much for biofuel being a comparable alternative to gasoline. School had to be cancelled Thursday in the Bloomington School District all because of the buses that run on biofuel. The -10 degree F temperatures turned the biofuel into a gel-like substance, clogging the buses either before they could start or during the morning trip to pick up children. Some kids were ... Full story

How Many More Must Die?

Mark A. Rose over at the Right Minded blog has a great sense of humor that resonates with me. Henry Waxman has promised swift action on legislation to cut greenhouse gas emissions before Memorial Day. But with the planet not warming up over the last decade, even with “dangerous” carbon dioxide building in the atmosphere, shouldn’t the Democrats stop and think about what ... Full story

Charlotte, North Carolina Coldest in Four Years

At 7 a.m. this morning, the temperature at Charlotte-Douglass International Airport was 12 degrees F, the coldest reading since a 10-degree F morning back in January 2005. WIth temperatures only expected to hit 30 degrees F today, it will be the first time since 2005 when they did not reach freezing. A couple of hours to the west, Boone hit a low of ... Full story
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