climate change

There is No Consensus on Climate and There Never Was

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2017

James Delingpole writes, “When I reported earlier this year on the 58 scientific papers published in 2017 that say global warming is a myth the greenies’ heads exploded. Since then, that figure has risen to 400 scientific papers.” Those unreported or underreported reports number closer to 900 if we count the 500 published last year. Each and every one takes […]

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A Type of “Climate” Change Environmental Groups Don’t Believe

by Steve MacDonald October 17, 2017

Scott Pruitt’s EPA is the first Executive agency to abandon the questionable Obama-Era practice of “Sue and Settle.” “The days of regulation through litigation are over,” EPA chief Scott Pruitt declared in a statement. “We will no longer go behind closed doors and use consent decrees and settlement agreements to resolve lawsuits filed against the […]

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Data Point – Arctic Ice coverage is stable

by Skip October 5, 2017

Bu-Bu-Bu-But Global Warming Global Cooling Climate Chaos Climate Change! Arctic ice extent has been fairly stable since 2007 and is now 500.000 square kilometres (193,000 sq miles) higher than 10 years ago. Hmm, if Global Warming is true, I keep hearing: Ice should melt Ice should increase Kinda covers all the bases so why is […]

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Another worthless Obama legacy ready to be dissolved

by Skip January 23, 2017

OK, a bit late on this as Prager U posted it on the 16th – 4 days before Trump’s Inauguration so Gina McCarthy (EPA head) and President Obama are now gone.  And I will make the prediction that Trump will cancel this by Executive Order. SURE he can – even though Obama sent $100s of […]

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Climate Change Page at White House.gov ‘Dissappeared’ – “From Day One”

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2017

The ‘disappearing’ of the Climate Change page at Whitehouse.gov was one of the first changes I heard about yesterday. Less than an hour after President Trump took the oath of office on Friday, the White House’s webpage on climate change disappeared from the Executive Branch’s main site, the latest sign that the new administration will divert resources […]

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Dr. Bjorn Lomborg on UN Climate Treaty – extremely little bang for Trillions of dollars spent

by Skip January 17, 2017

Statistician: UN climate treaty will cost $100 trillion – To Have No Impact – Postpone warming by less than four years by 2100 Er, why?  Economists (and families around the kitchen table) know something that politicians don’t* – cost/benefit analysis count.  Real ones, that is and not just the “made it up for the agenda” […]

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Wait! Wait! I thought “concrete science” science was settled???

by Skip November 22, 2016

Shot: “Cement manufacturing is responsible for 5 to 8 percent of global CO2 emissions,” notes Del Gado, a theoretical physicist who is part of Georgetown’s Institute for Soft Matter Synthesis and Metrology. “Although there have been calls for creating so-called ‘green cement,’ the sustainability and science communities have yet to find a way to reduce […]

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Yeah, like that’s REALLY gonna happen with Trump – hahahahahaha!

by Skip November 3, 2016

Chinese Official Demands Donald Trump Submit to the Paris Climate Agreement A senior member of the Chinese dictatorship has demanded that Donald Trump renege on his commitment to the American People to tear up the Paris Climate Agreement, if he wins the Presidency. China criticises Donald Trump’s plan to exit Paris climate deal In a […]

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Top 6 Climate Change Problems

by Steve MacDonald November 2, 2016

A year or two old but still very relevant and worth the time to watch. Balanced. In depth. At times riveting. And Visit Climate Observer.org for daily updates on the sun and earth. H/T Michael Reed c/o Facebook.

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Hillary Clinton Lying About Climate Change

by Steve MacDonald October 29, 2016

An actual scientist who is an expert in the field rebuts corrupt, incompetent political opportunist running for President. Guest essay by Dr. Neil Frank, former Director, National Hurrricane Center  As former Director of the National Hurricane Center (1974–1987), I was appalled when, in a campaign rally at Miami-Dade College October 11, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary […]

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A Rose by Any Other, Other, Other, Name….

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2016
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Global Warming became ineffective when the globe stopped warming, so the poo-flinging progressive narrative monkeys changed it to ‘Climate Change.’ To borrow from the Guinness Guys, Brilliant! The climate is changing all the time. Any dope who says they don’t agree with ‘Climate Change’ (wink-wink), especially here in New England, will look like a stodgy old fool. […]

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Settled science is oh so unsettling

by Skip August 2, 2016

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” – President Obama, Inauguration (2009) No, no about climate change this time.  No, it’s not […]

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Blogline of the Day – make them live up to Kerry’s own rule book

by Skip July 25, 2016

Sign Petition: ‘Remove air conditioning from all US State Department property’ – Prompted By Kerry’s comments. Yep, if you recognize part of the post title – straight out of Alinsky. Or from this Conservatarian’s viewpoint – “Lead by example”. Steve had this post on Boston Brahmin wanna-be, Secretary of State John Kerry (and all-around blowhard, hence […]

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40 Years Ago The CIA Predicted Global Climate Chaos…from Cooling

by Steve MacDonald May 3, 2016
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H/T Tony Heller/Steve Goddard

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CO2 – It’s GOOD for the planet

by Skip April 28, 2016

Yeah, I’m betting that the NIMBY and BANANA enviros that hate all energy other than solar are going to watch each other’s heads explode: CO2 Increasing Food Production And Plant Water Efficiency: Two new papers in the journal “Nature Climate Change” are pointing out the positive benefits of increased Co2 . The first claims that […]

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Mark Steyn – New Criterion interview on the Climatistas

by Skip April 27, 2016

NH’s own Mark Steyn should be deemed to be a national treasure.  Here are a couple of clips from an interview he did with The New Criterion on climate change and the whole biz surrounding the proponents of Bigger Government that should be enabled to “save us”. I like his style – this first clip […]

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Ah, that past climate stuff…or settled or something…

by Skip April 6, 2016

The Internet – it never forgets. (H/T: Instapundit)

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Apocalypse Called Off – Seas Not Cooperating

by Steve MacDonald April 1, 2016
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The impending doom of the Marshall Islands, which alarmists predicted were destined to drown in short-order thanks to uncontrolled anthropogenic sea-level rise, has been called off. You may have missed that update. You can blame the lack of mainstream media reporting on the rapid decline in sea level around the no longer doomed poster-child atoll of […]

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Oh, the irony….

by Skip February 23, 2016

Its famed research vessels and scientists are arrayed across the globe, installing weather instruments off the Cape, tracking water currents in the Labrador Sea, monitoring monsoons in India, and measuring melting ice in Antarctica. In these and other ways, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is playing a leading role in raising the alarm — and […]

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This will torque Bruce Currie off: “Increased atmospheric Carbon Dioxide has increased U.S. forest health in recent decades”

by Skip January 20, 2016

“United States forest health has improved over recent decades and is not likely to be impaired in at least the next few decades.” Bruce is one of our Progressive commenters here at the ‘Grok; I do give him kudos for entering our “lion’s den” especially when posts on global cooling global warming climate change climate […]

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Three Weeks To Gore-mageddon, 5deg F Tonight!

by Mike January 4, 2016

Courtesy of RushLimbaugh.com,, in 2006, Algore predicted we had ten years left to save the world, so Rush did what any sensible observer would do – he started a ten year countdown timer – 3 weeks to go – is it warmer yet? (5deg F in SOUTHERN NH) Meanwhile, as American Thinker reminds us: [W]ho […]

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“I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people who tell me it’s a crisis act like it’s a crisis”

by Skip December 25, 2015

From Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit; just like my “what you do afterwards is most important”, the most important part of his meme is “act like it’s a crisis“.  In other words, don’t just flap yer gums, DO it.  Honor your words, show us that you’re serious.  Just like Bette Midler! December 22, 2015, 63 degrees […]

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Climate Hustle – World Premier

by Steve MacDonald December 4, 2015
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(Sorbonne, Paris) CFACT will hold the world premiere of its long-awaited Climate Hustle skeptical documentary film at an invitation-only red carpet event in Paris during the UN’s COP 21 international summit on climate change. Featuring interviews and comments from more than 30 renowned scientists and climate experts, Climate Hustle lays out compelling evidence that devastates […]

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El Nino Climate Story in Sunday’s Union Leader is Misleading

by Steve MacDonald November 22, 2015
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This morning’s Union Leader includes a story from the LA Times, “Report: El Niño could be most powerful on record.” It suggests that an important region used to measure the strength of the phenomenon is as warm as anyone has ever recorded. And it is. The problem is that data critical to such a comparison […]

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Mr. President? Sir?

by Skip November 13, 2015

"No challenge poses a greater threat to our future than climate change." —@POTUS: http://t.co/WHt0jT8KmX #ActOnClimate — The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 25, 2015 Would you like to reconsider this pronouncement given the 15 year old emergent threat that just killed 158+ people in Paris?  With one attacker heard to be saying “This is for Syria”?  Methinks […]

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IPCC Stooges – Another View

by Mike November 10, 2015

To complement Steve’s article on Climate stooges, I thought I’d dig up this image of the prime fraudsters movers behind the IPCC’s scam:

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The climate tree

by Skip September 24, 2015

(H/T: NetRightDaily)

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Data Point – Climate models versus Reality

by Skip September 22, 2015

“…The fourth IPCC report [para 9.1.3] says : “Results from forward calculations are used for formal detection and attribution analyses. In such studies, a climate model is used to calculate response patterns (‘fingerprints’) for individual forcings or sets of forcings, which are then combined linearly to provide the best fit to the observations.” And then […]

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Yes folks, they really believed this prediction

by Skip September 15, 2015

After all, didn’t he win a Nobel Prize for stuff like this? Er, did it actually happen?  No, of course not…but he’s gotten rich by selling “climate change indulgences”, hasn’t he? (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Climate Change: about the Benjamins rather than by Degree

by Skip September 13, 2015

Shot: Poor nations want U.S. to pay reparations for extreme weather …Preparatory talks ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change to be held in Paris in December has representatives from developing nations asking for more than an already agreed upon $100 billion per year for climate change mitigation measures. They want additional compensation for […]

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