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Cold - not heat - is the real killer

Climate will change as it always has. While there is a religious belief among the radicalised of the true faith that man-made global warming is real, the reality is that there is no signature of man-made global warming that can be distinguished from the natural variations of climate. 475 more words


(452) Inoculating Nonsense

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Professor Dan Bedford is from the faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at Weber State University. 306 more words

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A Dry Start To The Year In Minnesota Turns Wet... For Some

Today we are taking a look at precipitation since the beginning of the year here across Minnesota – one that started off very dry, but has quickly turned around for some areas. 775 more words


New NASA Report Reveals Ice Caps Are Not Melting

By Joshua Krause – The Daily Sheeple  

Ever since 1979, NASA satellites have been collecting data on the extent of the Earth’s polar ice caps. Traditionally, this information has been used to prove the threat global warming poses to the human race. 233 more words

News/ Current Events

Where do Atlantic Tropical Cyclones Form?

The official start to the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season is fast approaching on June 1st. With that in mind, a question I want to answer today is: Where do tropical storms and hurricanes form? 1,079 more words

Tropical Cyclones

Greenland seasonal ice melt has hardly started and is running more than one month late

The Danish Meteorological Institute reports that the Greenland seasonal ice melt is running very late and more than a month behind the 1990 -2011 mean. It is still at very low levels and the lowest recorded for this day of the year. 103 more words


cold, killing 20 times as many ...

Oh, no, what will the Green blob say now:

International study reveals that cold weather kills far more people than hot weather

Cold weather kills 20 times as many people as hot weather, according to an international study analyzing over 74 million deaths in 384 locations across 13…

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