Science is apparently unfamiliar with the fact that CO2 is invisible. Continue reading Science magazine claims this is a photo of CO2
Of course, the so-called National Center for Science Education is a warmist advocacy group. Continue reading First nationwide survey of climate change education How is climate change being taught in America’s public schools? The answers may shock you
If you’re not a warmist, it must be because you are ignorant? Continue reading Claim: Teachers’ knowledge and values can hinder climate education
The NYTimes reported this today:
No law requires EPA to regulate CO2.
The 2007 SCOTUS decision in Massachusetts v. EPA merely authorized EPA to regulate CO2 it if wanted… which the Obama EPA wanted to do and did.
The EPA under the next president could easily decide to no longer regulate CO2. It would first have to propose not to do it, go through the rulemaking process and then survive likely litigation. But that could happen.
High-cholesterol diet, eating eggs do not increase risk of heart attack, not even in persons genetically predisposed. Continue reading High-cholesterol diet, eating eggs do not increase risk of heart attack
The Justices issue an historic stay on Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Continue reading WSJ: A Supreme Carbon Rebuke
A bipartisan panel of respondents largely agree their candidates won’t be haunted by their energy and environment positions in the general election. Continue reading Insiders: Keystone won’t haunt Democrats, climate science won’t sink Republicans
From BP’s 2016 Energy Outlook: Continue reading BP: CO2 emissions going nowhere but up… by a lot
Would never occur to warmists that it’s their message, not how they say it. Continue reading Climate torture: UN’s IPCC science panel must deliver clearer message
Another inconvenient truth. Continue reading UN: Extreme weather deaths down 71% in 2015
Another defeat for enviros. Continue reading California Coastal Commission Votes to Fire Executive Director
Apparently the four Democrat nominees were nonpartisan in opposition. Continue reading NYTimes blames SCOTUS partisan split over climate rules on Republican-appointees