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Eyeroller: UW Madison says weather, er 'climate change' is affecting soybean yields amid record high yields

That climate change is sneaky, it hides the ‘damage’ via ‘weather variations resulting from climate change’ in record high soybean yields, as seen in this graph I located from Kansas State University: 475 more words


Climate change as ‘leftist malware’ - has it come to this?

Is the political element of the climate change debate taking over from the science factors? That seems to be the implication of the opinion piece reported on… 415 more words


The stench of #LibDem hypocrisy in the morning: Smells like... defeat

From the Telegraph:

A plan to build a series of wind farms across a huge swathe of unspoilt countryside has been given the green light but the decision is being kept secret. 188 more words


Unintended Consequences

Today, the world is trying to comprehend why a commercial pilot would intentionally fly an airplane into the side of a mountain.  Undoubtedly, there will be suggestions for preventing such tragedies in the future.  561 more words

Human Behavior

More climate alarm hype: 'Keeping warming to 2 °C is not enough to save species'

If temperatures won’t go up, bring the so-called ‘target’ down. That’s the latest brainwave of climate fear merchants, seemingly oblivious to the lack of any temperature rise this century. 234 more words


Laughable AGU Claim: 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami 'spurred global warming'

From the “everything causes global warming” department….except, the effect they are claiming is miniscule compared to business as usual emissions in the USA. For example, they say in the PR: “…released 6,600 metric tons (7,275 U.S. 1,307 more words


Climate FAIL: Gallup poll shows global warming concerns dead last

Climate message only reaching the already converted – Americans worry least about global warming

Eric Worrall writes:

Gallup Inc., the management consultancy famous for its well known and widely trusted opinion polls, has published a summary of environmental concerns, which make grim reading for anyone hoping to spark public interest in climate scare stories. 353 more words


wolsten reblogged this on Wolsten and commented:

I wonder what the results would look like "properly" homogenised?