Certainty is the essence of dogma as the climate scaremongers preach certainty that horror is nigh to the media choir.
Will your Starbucks actually get electricity from wind turbines? Will transmission lines run directly from the turbines to each Starbucks store? If not, how will they separate wind-generated electrons from the renewable-fossil-hydro-nuclear mixture on the regional grid?
By Gabriella Hoffman Green zealots use the Endangered Species Act to block development of private property. The case of a little toad has set them back and enhanced property rights for everyone.
COP 24, the United Nations climate conference is underway.
By Dr. Jeffrey Foss "What can I do to correct these crazy, super wrong errors?”
The NCA warns of what "might" happen, while 84% of its Key Messages are based on highly speculative modeling of worst case future scenarios.
The Colorado Energy Plan is a massive $2.5 billion scheme by Xcel Energy that substitutes wind and solar-plus-storage power for existing coal fired generation. The Plan is supposed to be based on a competitive procurement that received a multitude of bids. Only a few were selected and the makeup of these big winners strongly suggests that there was some form of bid rigging on Xcel's part.
The USDA has kept crop records since that agency was created in the 1860’s. Over that period – which coincides with “large-scale industrial coal burning” and other recent human activities alleged to increase warming – national average corn yields have increased more than 7-fold.
By Tim Ball and Tom Harris. NBC News offered this gem: “A last-ditch global warming fix? A man-made ‘volcanic’ eruption” to cool the planet.”
"Only the 'habitat' of the endangered species is eligible for designation as critical habitat." Is the ESA no longer a blank check for eco-gadflies?
There is a direct connection between the Paris Accord and the Paris riots.
In the run-up to the annually grand UN climate change summit, this time in Katowice, Poland, we can expect the usual deluge of scary climate stuff.