Remember when we were told that Capetown SA’s water crisis was due to climate change? Never mind.

By Anthony Watts Back on March 1st, 2018 we were told this: Cape Town’s water crisis shows the reality for cities on the front line of climate change Today, a scant few months later, thanks to NASA’s Earth Observatory, we hear: Cape Town’s Reservoirs Rebound After nearly running dry six months ago, Cape Town’s reservoirs have risen dramatically. Rain 

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Growing a dinosaur’s dinner

Scientists have measured the nutritional value of herbivore dinosaurs’ diet by growing their food in atmospheric conditions similar to those found roughly 150 million years ago. Previously, many scientists believed that plants grown in an atmosphere with high carbon dioxide levels had low nutritional value. But a new experimental approach led by Dr. Fiona Gill 

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Climate Change, Fossil Fuels, and Human Well Being

By Marlo Lewis Climate campaigners demand ever-greater government control over energy markets, resources, and infrastructure. Many believe the best thing governments can do with fossil energy is “keep it in the ground.” They claim fossil-fueled civilization is “unsustainable” and headed for a climate catastrophe. Are they correct? Prediction is difficult—especially about the future! Nonetheless, an 

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Uk and now Mexico facing shortage of Carbon Dioxide

By Karen Graham A carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage in Europe and now, Mexico, has threatened to halt the production of beer, carbonated drinks, and many other products in the supply chain. With rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere – what’s going on? It is amazing what we take for granted today. In the United Kingdom, 

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The Scientific Literature Squelches Climate Alarm: Warming REDUCES Extreme Weather Event Frequency, Intensity

By Kenneth Richard Since 2015, at least 18 papers have been published suggesting the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events — droughts, floods, and storms — have either been reduced or no detectable trend is indicated for recent decades.  This directly contradicts the claim that the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events will 

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WINNING: Arizona Appellate Court decides Hockey Stick emails must be released

Press Release from FME Law July 3, 2018 Original “hockey stick” temperature graph in Nature, 1998. The Y axis shows the Northern hemisphere mean temperature, in degrees Celsius; the zero line corresponds to the 1902 – 1980 mean. Credit: “Global-scale Temperature Patterns and Climate Forcing over the Past Six Centuries,” by Michael E. Mann et 

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Summer Causes Climate Change Hysteria

By Roy W. Spencer, PhD Summers in the U.S. are hot. They always have been. Some are hotter than others. Speaking as a PhD meteorologist with 40 years experience, this week’s heat wave is nothing special. But judging from the memo released on June 22 by Public Citizen (a $17 million per year liberal/progressive consumer 

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