Human’s may have a hand in the Colorado’s troubles, but not in the way the two USGA scientists claim. And the main problem isn’t “evaporation” but rather “evapotranspiration.
CO2 is an odorless, tasteless, invisible non-polluting gas on which all life on Earth depends.
Hyping hurricanes as worse than ever has become an annual thing. The facts show it's not true.
It didn’t take long for the Climate Industrial Complex to come up with a slapdash study linking COVID-19 to fossil-fuel-induced climate change.
The misery of Covid 19 was real and immediate, and loaded with great uncertainty, while the meaningful threat of global warming remains isolated to computer simulations.
Here is their panicky title: "Unsuitable for 'human life to flourish': Up to 3B will live in extreme heat by 2070, study warns"
Is it weird, well if you are looking at it one way, you may think so. Another way, you view it in awe and understand that its the creation on display.
The beautiful, rich and powerful co-signed an open letter in Le Monde from their mansions demanding the rest of us pare back.
Let’s get back to science and examine the fundamental data and facts to see where the levels of our oceans are actually going.
According to CLINTEL the primary obstacle to efficient adaptation is the pernicious influence of supranational organizations, wielding computer models and calling for unworkable technological fixes.
America needs to wake up, acknowledge the hard truths about "renewable" energy, and plan for a realistic power grid to supply abundant, affordable electricity to all.
While the short period snapshot of Florida heat was noteworthy, it totally ignored what was going on for most of the rest of the nation.
We need a full accounting of what was spent preparing for the ‘climate crisis’ versus COVID.
Both coronavirus and climate policies imposed by governments in the United States and worldwide are attempting massive and destructive changes on societies.
How can we substitute smart policy for catastrophic computer model panics in future?