Canadian climate artist claims censorship because the government wouldn’t sponsor her

Didn’t know that taxpayers had to fund whatever someone wanted to say. Continue reading Canadian climate artist claims censorship because the government wouldn’t sponsor her

More bad news for warmists: Study says reduced carbon cycle uncertainty reduces chances of extreme temps

Less model uncertainty means more certainty that warmists are wrong. Continue reading More bad news for warmists: Study says reduced carbon cycle uncertainty reduces chances of extreme temps

Embarrassing: European Space Agency scientist says science = what a consensus says

The ESA’s Dr. Stephen Briggs has published 70+ papers — and still doesn’t know what science is all about. Continue reading Embarrassing: European Space Agency scientist says science = what a consensus says

Virginia Hospital’s Race for the Bottom: Let us cut your breasts off

Now that Angelina Jolie has publicized her personal mutilation — it’s the thing to do. Billions and billions of dollars spent fundraising, running, walking, researching, and gala partying — and this is what breast cancer diagnosis/treatment comes down to: lopping off one’s breasts. Continue reading Virginia Hospital’s Race for the Bottom: Let us cut your breasts off

Paul Ehrlich: Supporters of more people in Australia are ‘morons’

Australian people lovers join Sen. Jim Inhofe in being condemned as “morons” this week by Population Bomb-er Paul Ehrlich. Continue reading Paul Ehrlich: Supporters of more people in Australia are ‘morons’

Alaskans fight EPA over Pebble mine

“The draft report’s revisions have not cured its fundamental flaws. For example, how can a report that’s focused on just 0.2 percent of the Bristol Bay watershed possibly make predictions about the health of the entire watershed, which covers roughly 45,000 square miles?” Continue reading Alaskans fight EPA over Pebble mine