Shiver me timbers this is funny: “By combining shipwreck data and tree-ring data, we are extending the Caribbean hurricane record back in time and that improves our understanding of hurricane variability.” Continue reading Claim: Shipwrecks, tree rings reveal Caribbean hurricanes in buccaneer era
Not science. Just predictions. Continue reading Claim: Study suggests impact of climate change on agriculture may be underestimated
As usual, lyin’ warmists. Continue reading NOAA Radiosonde Data Shows No Warming For 58 Years
“While these inventions are fascinating from a research perspective, they won’t act as a panacea for the harmful, climate damaging emissions that the aviation industry is increasingly releasing into our atmosphere.” Continue reading Scientists trash ‘myths’ of green aviation technology
Radical greens hiding behind college students. Continue reading A Call for College Students to Help Shape Their States’ Clean Power Plans
The only Cli-Fi worth reading is Michael Crichton’s “State of Fear” — but that book may be reclassified to “Current Events.” Continue reading Schools Add ‘Cli-Fi’ — Climate Fiction — to Lit Curriculums
The GOP debate over The Donald’s hands was more intelligent.
The transcript from last night’s debate.
“Chinese carbon experts said any fall in emissions in 2015 would be mainly due to a slowdown in China’s economy, and it was unlikely that emissions had peaked so early.” Continue reading China CO2 Emissions May Have Peaked in 2014-Study
“He was documenting the effect of climate change on the reef.” Continue reading U.S. Climate Change Campaigner Dies Snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef
Liberals hate young people, too. Continue reading NYTimes: The World Has a Problem — Too Many Young People