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Earthquakes linked to “climate change”

There is not a natural disaster on earth that cannot now be linked to "climate change", in the alarmists desperation to keep the bandwagon rolling, as temperatures fall and more people begin to question the consensus on global warming. So it's little surprise that the recent disaster in Samoa is being blamed on climate change: AN 8.3 earthquake struck Samoa and set off tsunami warnings ... Full story

The Garnaut Cult

The Garnaut Cult by Tom Quirk Quadrant Online, September 9, 2009 Waiting for who knows what? As the Government continues to pursue the imminent introduction of an Emissions Trading Scheme more and more questions are being asked about its scientific foundations by highly qualified scientists and others. Yet these doubts are simply being disregarded. This is a high risk Full story

Uncontrolled Population Growth Threatens Planet

After writing the article on how abortion and taxes are being used to limit population growth in an effort to save the planet, the BBC has come out with an article today on the very same subject. It seems that uncontrolled population growth is hindering efforts to save the planet. The answer isn’t simply just reducing consumption, but reducing populations as, according to ... Full story

Glaciers a Mixed Bag

Glaciers around the world thinned by an average of 29 inches in 2007, which indicates to Swiss scientists that they are melting twice as fast as they were in the 1980s and 1990s. But, wait. A few paragraphs down, it’s explained that Alpine glaciers retreated while coastal glaciers in Norway actually gained thickness in 2007. Also, the rate of glacial decline was ... Full story

Montana’s Carbon Capture Bill Shelved

A bill proposed in Montana’s state legislature requiring carbon to be sequestered for any newly built coal-fired power plants has been shelved. In a 6-5 vote, the bill failed. State Senate Republican Jerry Black said, "Until there is verifiable scientific evidence that CO2 is the culprit, the committee feels that we should proceed with caution.“ Democrat Senator Ron Erickson, responding to Black’s ... 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

Climate: Change You Can’t Believe In

Rasmussen Poll (, there's one change that only 41% of Americans can believe in - manmade climate change. That's down from 47% just nine months ago, and before moving the country down an unpopular green-paved road to disaster, the unity promising freshman president would be well advised to understand why. For starters, the rapidly expanding ( ContentRecord_id=2674e64f-802a-23ad-490b-bd9faf4dcdb7) number of Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) dissenting international scientists, many rising from within ... Full story

Antarctica Getting Warmer, But No One Knows Why

A report published in the journal Nature concludes that Antarctica has been warming over the last 50 years after studying combined land and satellite readings. The problem is that no one really knows how much is from man-made sources and how much is natural with no anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions emitted from the continent. Drew Shindell from NASA’s GISS in New York is ... Full story

Frogs Under Threat From Global Warming…Again

Frog legs are quickly becoming a meal internationally, with an estimated two million to one billion frogs consumed annually. University of Adelaide ecologist Corey Bradshaw said that amphibians were the animal group most under threat from disease, habitat loss and climate change. Of course, last March the New York Times said that frogs weren’t dying due to global warming. Also, it’s ... Full story
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