JunkScience.com predicts that global warming will soon be positioned as a threat to Nemo, the baby clownfish in the 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo. Stay tuned for details.
Catastrophic manmade global warming continues to be all bun.
Hurray, Chris Christie pulled New Jersey out of the Northeast’s cap-and-trade program… but BOOOOOOOOO!!!!!, he’s a believer in consensus science and, apparently, catastrophic manmade global warming. While announcing that New Jersey was quitting the Regional GreenHouse Gas Initiative, Christie said, . . .
The failure of a national cap-and-trade bill may not have entirely popped the green bubble, but that bubble is none the less deflating.
Has Marco Rubio already spent too much time in Washington?
Let’s see if I can do this with some, ahem, decorum… do couples trying to get pregnant get to have more fun if the woman drinks lots of coffee, tea or cola?
Does the government have a crystal ball when it comes to forecasting oil prices?
Contrary to the political left’s post-election ravings, Darrell Issa is proving to be no Joe McCarthy… and that’s a bad thing for efforts to get a grip on the rogue Obama EPA.
JunkScience.com is calling on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson to publicly retract her false and inflammatory statement regarding mercury made on national TV last week.
Speaking of Google, a rentseeking utility executive is now worried about the energy/climate dogs he helped unleash.
Will Google start censoring climate skeptics? Can anyone say Googlegate?
GM will step up production of the global warming-causing Chevy Volt to meet “tremendous consumer demand.” So just what is that demand?
It’s too bad prosecutors aren’t interested in public health accounting fraud?
Here’s a factoid for advocates of locavore-ism to choke on.
Is it time to bring back JunkScience.com’s DDTees?
Ohio Republican Congressman Jean Schmidt is pressuring U.S. EPA to allow the use of the controversial pesticide propoxur for bedbugs.
Parents across America are being terrorized today by a new study reporting to have found a variety of flame retardants in baby products.
A new study in Nature reports that early-1980s predictions that as many as half the species on Earth would be lost by 2000 were “overestimated.”
Expressions like “cold as hell,” “snowball’s chance in hell” and “cold day in hell” may be more/less accurate than previously believed, according to a new study in Nature.
Sen. Mitch McConnell has introduced a bill to open up offshore oil and gas drilling and to expedite the permitting and judicial review process. While this sounds great, S. 953 has serious flaws with respect to its judicial review provisions.
By Steve Milloy May 18, 2011, The Washington Times If you’re thinking of becoming a GOP presidential candidate — and who isn’t these days? — you can plan on being pressed on the climate issue.
Can regular visits to Starbucks save men’s lives?
Hold on to your wallets, Nevada. NV Energy wants to penalize you for using less electricity — like you were told.
As if being part of President Obama’s administration isn’t enough of a disqualifying factor for a GOP presidential candidate, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman apparently is holding out hope for the return of cap-and-trade.
By Steve Milloy May 16, 2011, The Daily Caller If you’re thinking of becoming a GOP presidential candidate — and who isn’t these days? — you can plan on being pressed on the climate issue.
The Obama administration has conveniently discovered a new air pollutant emitted by biomass burning. There can be no doubt that the purpose of this study is to smear/stop biomass as means of generating electricity.
“Clean energy” could become its own humor genre…
The Obama administration is such a strong supporter of “clean energy” that it has moved to kill Cape Wind, the controversial offshore wind farm the Kennedy family has been fighting for 10 years.
by Steve Milloy January 3, 2008, FoxNews.com Newt Gingrich has guzzled Al Gore’s Kool-Aid. Now he wants us and the Republican 2008 presidential candidates to drink it, too.
Climatewire today described Marc Morano’s excellent ClimateDepot.com as “anti-climate”:
“When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.”
The National Academy of Science’s National Research Council issued a new climate report today with the same old alarmism:
The EPA is finally getting around to setting limits on greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources, like power plants — coal industry watch out.
Although the U.S. government declared measles eradicated in 2000, the disease still occurs and people refusing vaccinations may be partly to blame.