Objective crop data are humiliating climate alarmists once again.
Tim Miller has energized not only his family, but also a whole community to undertake the collection of plastic lids to turn them into brightly colored limbs for child amputees.
A peer-reviewed study in the medical journal "The Lancet" reports cold temperatures are responsible for approximately 4 million deaths globally each year -- a number 20 times larger than that of all heat-related deaths.
“Wild horses can’t drag me away” is the refrain of a popular Rolling Stones song from the 1970’s. Today, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is humming a revised version of the classic song, something akin to, “Wild Horses, time to drag ‘em away.”
The New York Times provides a textbook case of how the alarmist media distort the public dialogue by simply making something up and then repeating the lie endlessly as if it were a fact.
With each passing year of just 3.1 mm rise, future sea level would have to rise dramatically to meet IPCC predictions. And that simply is not happening.
Objective evidence shows coral have thrived under much more warming and cooling than is presently occurring, and coral continue to thrive today.
Scientists studying the southern edge of the Great Barrier Reef report remarkable recent growth in coral.
The American Medical Association and more than 70 other medical and public health groups have issued a call to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the name of saving lives from global warming.
In May, Botswana discontinued its ban on hunting elephants.
The difference between scientific evidence and media tall tales is especially apparent regarding alarmist media coverage of the Colorado floods.
The net result of temperature increase is not to increase, but to reduce temperature-related deaths.
Researchers have found a way to analyze tree leaves for trace amounts of minerals that may be underneath the tree in the ground below, so as to give a hint of where to mine for valuable resources.
Keep an eye out for puffins as a new poster child for global warming, and keep the truth handy for rebuttal.
Researchers have discovered a particular plant virus that can deliver pesticide molecules deeper below the ground, targeting places normally beyond their reach. This has the benefit of limiting a pesticide’s impact on the natural world.