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Let’s get back to science and examine the fundamental data and facts to see where the levels of our oceans are actually going.
Carbon Dioxide levels may be higher than any time during the past 3 million years. If that is so, however, it merely shows that the Earth’s climate is not nearly as sensitive to carbon dioxide as alarmists claim.
One of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) longest and most successful air pollution standards is based on a taxpayer-funded study plagued by “data fabrication and falsification,” according to a veteran toxicologist.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Drieseen outlines the various justifications for wind turbines and biofuels and shows the fallacies behind arguments in their favor. The simple truth is that renewable energy costs more, and that hurts the poor, who are doubly stung as their tax dollars are given as subsidies to wealthy speculators (like Warren Buffett, who chortled that the subsidies are the reason he makes money from wind).
Will the dramatic spectacle of climate researchers trapped in Antarctic ice (which has expanded massively during 2013) help free the media of the false global warming ice narrative?
For years, many who are concerned about the impacts of global warming have warned about the disappearance of small island nations from rising sea levels. Now comes a study by researchers at the University of the South Pacific that should dam up these alarmist claims of flooding. According to the researchers, data collected over 130 months from the Australian Marine Science and Technology outfit indicates that sea levels have both risen and fallen across the Pacific during that time. In short, the lead researcher says, “Fears that small nations are disappearing under the ocean were exaggerated. We do not [...]
Too many of them perpetuate disease and cost lives PAUL DRIESSEN (Washington) If an accident kills wildlife or people, punishment is meted out and restitution made. A host of regulators, lawyers, judges, activists, journalists and politicians help bring the wrongdoers to justice. But when it comes to policies and programs that sicken and kill millions of parents and children a year, these ethics cops and eco warriors are not just silent. They refuse to hold government agencies and activist groups to the same honesty and accountability standards they apply to for-profit companies. They even oppose programs that would reduce disease and [...]