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We May all Freeze to Death if We Keep Overheating the Atmosphere Like This

Hat tip to Tony Heller at Real Climate Science for the headline. It’s a direct quote. Because he is so right. He wrote it below the above image. The graph shows the relationship between the prophesied tipping point (too much CO2 in the atmosphere) and the number of record hot days. Those things we were told …

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Data Point – Climate change is mostly about virtue-signaling, not actually doing (unless you are the US)

About that “Paris Accord”? Reformatted, emphasis mine: Nineteen nations “believe” in climate change. How are they backing up their statement of faith? China was praised for signing on to the Paris Climate Agreement and in Argentina reaffirmed its commitment to controlling greenhouse gas emissions. Last year, however, China increased those emissions by 1.7 percent. India, the fourth …

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Guest post – Picking on Denmark

By Eddie Forward: I have known “Eddie” for a couple of decades and when we consultants were at the same customer in implementing our company’s software, we used to have long discussions on culture and politics – and we always disagreed.  That said, Eddie is a reasonable guy and when we talked last week and …

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Where’d All The CO2 Go?

This is curious.  Just when the Global Warming Monkeys we’re complaining about how its totally hot, like…as if we were experiencing, like, Global warming, Ok?  OMG! So why is it so damn hot if US CO2 emissions from energy are nearing their lowest since 1991…without cap and trade?   Could it just be the weather?   …

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Another Whack at RGGI

..what I find particularity perverse is that “Republican” Senators in New Hampshire could be tying themselves to the Massachusetts compromise as the tipping point at which staying in RGGI would then no longer make sense.