Daily Archives: March 17, 2012

Jeff McMahon: Scientists Call For Stronger Global Governance To Address Climate Change

Stronger global governance is needed to mitigate human impact on the earth’s climate and to ensure sustainable development, according to 32 scientists who published a paper in Friday’s issue of the journal Science. Continue reading

Ileana Johnson Paugh: Tennessee Lawmakers and UN Agenda 21

UN Agenda 21: Organizational tentacles and “programmes” have been imbedding into U.S. sovereignty, sucking the lifeblood of this economy in the name of “caring” environmentalism Continue reading

Irrigation – The Big Carbon Elephant In The Global Warming Room

This piece discusses 30 million tons as though it were a lot of atmospheric CO2, although the IPCC discusses an annual natural cycle somewhere north of 210 billion tons Continue reading

Demand for some rare-earth elements could rapidly outstrip supply

MANY plans for reducing the world’s emissions of carbon dioxide—at least, those plans formulated by environmentalists who are not of the hair-shirt, back-to-the-caves persuasion—involve peppering the landscape with wind turbines and replacing petrol-guzzling vehicles with electric ones charged up using energy gathered from renewable resources. Continue reading

Olga Bonfiglio: Sociological explanations for climate change denial

For your amusement: Continue reading

Sound Science Should Apply Even in Military

An ethos of smart science is the often-repeated phrase that “correlation does not imply causation.” Just because two things happen simultaneously, or consecutively once or twice, does not mean one thing caused the other. Carrying an umbrella doesn’t cause rain. Continue reading

EPA not yet ‘drawing conclusions’ about full Dimock picture

Eleven well tests down, fifty to go for the EPA and anti-frackers. Continue reading