“A randomized trial of chocolate for metabolic benefits in humans may be merited.” Continue reading Study: More frequently eating chocolate appears related to lower BMI
Bishop Hill has the story. Continue reading UK gives up search for 'FOIA'?
“The Bering Sea stands in stark contrast to the rest of the Arctic ice cap, where sea ice extent was below average in both January and February.” Continue reading NASA: Bering Sea choking with sea ice
“Any service that competes with owning a car is a good thing.” Continue reading Daimler-Benz enters car rental biz: Owning a car not a good thing?
“The planet could warm up to 3 degrees Celsius by 2050 unless action is taken to cut the world’s greenhouse gas output, according to new research.” Continue reading British researchers find potential global warming rising in computer models
“A team of scientists led by geochemist Zunli Lu from Syracuse University in New York state, has found that contrary to the ‘consensus’, the ‘Medieval Warm Period’ approximately 500 to 1,000 years ago wasn’t just confined to Europe.” Continue reading Is this finally proof we're NOT causing global warming? The whole of the Earth heated up in medieval times without human CO2 emissions, says new study
Sen. Jim Inhofe made the request in August 2011. Steve Milloy’s March 2012 Washington Times op-ed made the IG act. Continue reading EPA IG to investigate EPA air science advisers
As the tour name appears to have nothing to do with global warming alarmism, it’s appropriate that Cheap Trick is the opening act. Continue reading Aerosmith announces 'The Global Warming North American Summer Tour'
Following in the footsteps of whiners Katharine Hayhoe and Michael Mann, now 350.org’s Bill McKibben is claiming to have been the target of “death threats.” But maybe he’s just tying to distract from an allegation of racism? Continue reading Death-threat-apalooza: McKibben 'endured death threats' for linking early spring to climate change
“The Idaho case is not the only instance of EPA power-grabbing that needs correction, something Congress too rarely provides.” Continue reading Boston Herald: EPA gets comeuppance
The Washington Post alarmist endangers the English language. Continue reading Juliet Eilperin: Two-thirds of polar bears 'could be extinct' by mid-century
“The case for reserving American gas for American buyers is vaporous.” Continue reading FT: Let the gas flow