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When Environmentalism Becomes Religion

There’s a refreshing article over at The Guardian from Climate Scientist Tamsin Edwards concerned about the damage done to science by political advocacy in her movement: I believe advocacy by climate scientists has damaged trust in the science. We risk … Continue reading

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Monbiot: “We Were Wrong On Peak Oil”

How did I miss this? The facts have changed, now we must change too. For the past 10 years an unlikely coalition of geologists, oil drillers, bankers, military strategists and environmentalists has been warning that peak oil – the decline … Continue reading

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Climate Alarmist Has Second Thoughts

Fritz Vahrenholt, one of Germany’s earliest green energy investors, has written an article for the Telegraph explaining why he is no longer convinced that the IPCC has made an adequate case for catastrophic global warming: For many years, I was … Continue reading

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Global Warming: Be Very Afraid

Or not. James Lovelock, the inventor of the Gaia Theory stating that the Earth is a self-regulating super-organism, has packed up and moved to beachfront property. It’s a shocking move given the impending ocean rise due to climate change. After … Continue reading

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Climate Models Fail

From the Financial Post: The two models being used for a government report again made diametrically opposite predictions. In region after region, if one model predicted a tendency toward more flooding, the other tended to predict drying. I think that’s … Continue reading

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Regulations for Thee, But Not for Me

Poor, boned California. It’s easy to pick on the Golden State. But it’s losing its entertainment value as it becomes more clear that their troubles are catching up to them. In the last decade more than 4 million residents have … Continue reading

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