Claim: Global warming can be reversed to 1.5°C by 2150

“What we demonstrate in our paper is that even if we fail to keep temperature increases below 2°C, then we can reverse the warming trend and push temperatures back below the 2°C target by 2150.” Continue reading Claim: Global warming can be reversed to 1.5°C by 2150

GOP can embrace 97% consensus w/o embracing Democrat big gov’t, says anonymous GOP staffer

If I wrote that, I’d want to remain anonymous, too. Continue reading GOP can embrace 97% consensus w/o embracing Democrat big gov’t, says anonymous GOP staffer

Scientific Central Planning: Imperial College London forming ‘Earth League’

“… a voluntary alliance of leading scientists and institutions dealing with planetary processes and sustainability issues…” Continue reading Scientific Central Planning: Imperial College London forming ‘Earth League’

Amid global warming hysteria, world’s highest recorded temperature happened 100 years ago!

On July 10, 1913, it was 134F in Death Valley. Continue reading Amid global warming hysteria, world’s highest recorded temperature happened 100 years ago!

More wisdom from Paul Ehrlich — Michael Mann ‘under attack by morons and crooks’

Here’s a tweet from this illustrious member of the National Academy of Sciences: Continue reading More wisdom from Paul Ehrlich — Michael Mann ‘under attack by morons and crooks’

Billionaire warmist Tom Steyer: A legend in his own mind

Tom Steyer was once considered for Secretary of Energy — in a Washington Post puff piece (that cost the WaPo reporter her beat), not anywhere else… or at least only long enough to be refused. Continue reading Billionaire warmist Tom Steyer: A legend in his own mind

Study: Trees using water more efficiently as atmospheric carbon dioxide rises

“Our analysis suggests that rising atmospheric carbon dioxide is having a direct and unexpectedly strong influence on ecosystem processes and biosphere-atmosphere interactions in temperate and boreal forests.” Continue reading Study: Trees using water more efficiently as atmospheric carbon dioxide rises