8.25.2022

Who will argue against the planet? Climate change dogma always ignores the good news

Feature Photo : Big Blue Marble  True or not, blaming global warming for the projected decimation of [Australia’s] platypus, certain marsupial populations and, the Great Barrier Reef, has proven to be a lucrative source of funding for activists and rent-seekers. It’s also an excuse for the [Australian] federal government to institutionalise massive wealth transfers through… Continue Reading
8.25.2022

‘Fuel emissions standards’ just a costly leg-up for EVs

Feature Photo : Three Models of Tesla EVs You have to hand it to the passenger motor vehicle industry – they are past masters at securing favours from governments. They have been doing it for decades – arguably it’s their core skill set. Just because we no longer produce cars here doesn’t mean that the… Continue Reading
8.24.2022

Germany’s Nuclear Choice: Russian Energy Crisis Forces a Reckoning

Torn between a decade-long reliance on cheap Russian gas on the one side and a sudden desperation to be energy independent in the face of the Ukraine war, Germany is now in the uncomfortable position to have neither. Until the end of this year, the last three standing nuclear power plants in Germany are scheduled… Continue Reading
8.23.2022

Rethinking Climate Change: Are the Apocalyptic Models Wrong?

Climate activists propose that we embrace the argument that CO2 is a pollutant as an article of faith without delivering compelling evidence. Noting that CO2 warms the planet by trapping heat in the earth’s atmosphere is an inept argument because warming has positive and negative effects. The strength of the green movement is predicated on the belief that warming is a… Continue Reading
8.22.2022

South America’s ‘lithium fields’ reveal the dark side of our electric future

Lithium extraction fields in South America have been captured by an aerial photographer in stunning high definition. But while the images may be breathtaking to look at, they represent the dark side of our swiftly electrifying world. As the lightest known metal on the planet, [lithium] is now widely used in electric devices from mobile… Continue Reading
8.22.2022

Corruption of Climate Science Supported by Flawed Models

Imagine the theory of gravity being determined by a partisan vote. Or a group of politicians ruling on interpretations of the laws of modern physics. Bizarre as those propositions sound, that is what is happening in climate science. There are large factions of politicians and scientists committed to a baseless narrative that emissions of carbon… Continue Reading
8.19.2022

Overview of the Koonin-Dessler Debate

Koonin won the Oxford Style debate since 25% of the in-person and online audience shifted to his view that the debate question: “Climate science compels us to make large and rapid reductions in greenhouse gas emissions” is a false statement. You should be able to view the entire debate by August 24th, I’m told, on… Continue Reading
8.17.2022

The Next Alarmist Goal: Stifling Debate On ‘Green’ Energy Costs

Now progressives are moving to censorship phase two, which is shutting down debate over climate ‘solutions.’ Progressives first demanded that social-media platforms silence critics of climate alarmism. Now White House national climate adviser Gina McCarthy wants them to censor content on the costs of forced ‘green-energy’ transition. A few years ago, Facebook enlisted third-party paid-to-lie… Continue Reading
8.16.2022

Apocalyptic vs Post-apocalyptic Climate Politics

Climate change is indeed an “insufficient” crisis. Adam Smith in the Wealth of Nations (1776) points the way towards a post-apocalyptic climate politics. “We address ourselves not to their humanity but to their self-love and never talk to them of our own necessities but of their advantages”. There is growing support for a climate politics… Continue Reading
8.16.2022

Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom

Hello, my name is Patrick Moore and I’m going to talk to you about my new book “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”. I know that sounds a little bit sensational, but I think you’ll agree with me that it’s a good title for this book. It is a ground breaking book that postulates… Continue Reading
8.15.2022

The Church Of Climate Change

When you look at climate alarmists, there are really only two options: they either don’t know what they’re talking about, or they’re lying. The “Little Boy Who Cried ‘Wolf’”-like cries of “existential threats” brought on by climate change would be hilarious, if it wasn’t for the disastrous impact from misguided actions to “fix” the problem.… Continue Reading
8.15.2022

Governing Elites Pushing To Slash Emissions Are Disconnected From Reality, Experts Say

Governments have adopted sweeping emissions-reduction legislation in recent months that could have devastating consequences on the agricultural sector, as elites’ ignorance of economic realities fuels a myopic pursuit of the climate agenda, according to experts. “The decision-makers are so far up the food chain, pardon the pun, that they are literally clueless about what it… Continue Reading
8.15.2022

Healthy reef defies dubious science

Climate and environmental science are among the most wishy-washy of all the sciences. Due to an inability to prove many of its more outrageous claims with physical evidence, it has relied on the qualification of ‘peer review’, consensus, and the wholly unsuitable standard of computer modelling. ‘Peer-reviewed’ is not interchangeable with ‘established fact’ or ‘beyond… Continue Reading
8.15.2022

Riddikulus reef-dementors: The death of the Great Barrier has been greatly exaggerated

Harry Potter fans know what a Dementor is. To quote Remus Lupin it is a creature that: glories in decay and despair, they drain peace, hope, and happiness out of the air around them… get too near a Dementor and every good feeling, every happy memory will be sucked out of you. I am reminded… Continue Reading
8.12.2022

Aussies are feeling the heat too: from energy inflation

If you think the $5 corn cobs and $8 cauliflowers currently on the shelves of your fruit shop are expensive, just wait until the transport sector is dealing with Labor’s climate policy. There will be many businesses that become unviable in an environment of even higher energy costs, and you can be sure it will… Continue Reading
8.12.2022

With An Increase In Coral Cover, The Great Barrier Reef Is Thriving

Authored by Peter Ridd and originally published at the Daily Wire on 11 August 2022 here.   Continue Reading
8.12.2022

Africa Needs Conventional Fuels, Not Windmills and Solar Panels

African countries must have reliable, abundant, and cheap energy (e.g., fossil fuels) to accelerate economic development. Fossil fuels power economies and people’s lives. To deny these countries the possibility of developing with fossil fuels by imposing climate goals that the Western world itself fails to achieve is hypocritical. And malicious. Authored by Manuel Tacanho and originally… Continue Reading
8.11.2022

The Great Barrier Reef could be thriving even more than is official

According to the latest Australian Institute of Marine Science report, there is record coral cover at the Great Barrier Reef. Yet this is less than 30 percent at about half of the reefs surveyed. The relatively low percentage cover is because only the reef perimeter is surveyed by AIMS, which is the equivalent of reporting on… Continue Reading
8.9.2022

Why We Lost Trust in the Expert Class

For years, European policy makers had assured the world that the relatively rapid “transition” to “green” energy was the world’s preordained future—regardless of the costs. Accordingly, many European Union governments followed the advice of green experts. They eagerly shut down coal, natural gas, and nuclear power plants to transition immediately to “renewable energy.” … As… Continue Reading
8.9.2022

Nuclear: the age of immortal energy

Europe, realising that green energy is all fun and games until Russian cuts off its pipelines, had to admit that solar and wind were not sufficient to keep its cities alight. Currently, one-quarter of the European Union’s energy is derived from nuclear power. … Like a climate catastrophist’s imaginary apocalypse, Russia forced Europe to put… Continue Reading
8.5.2022

Washington Knows Best What Car You Should Drive: Electric Vehicles. Seriously?

President Joe Biden has used a variety of policy vehicles to force a transition from the ubiquitous internal combustion engine to electric vehicles. Among them are executive orders, procurement mandates for the military, and  regulations to make it almost impossible to manufacture and sell a conventional car or truck. The Senate is poised to join in. Heaped… Continue Reading
8.4.2022

The Netherlands is showing how not to tackle climate change

The Dutch government propose cutting 50 per cent of nitrogen emissions by 2030. This plan includes a radical cut in livestock. The government estimates 11,200 farms will have to close and another 17,600 farmers will have to significantly reduce their livestock numbers. … The Dutch protests are a reminder that climate policies cannot simply be… Continue Reading
8.4.2022

The Alleged Colorado River Drought

Recent flooding in Kentucky caused VP Kamala Harris to link it to climate change and one resident told Sky News that the flooding is the “worst I’ve ever seen.” That is likely true, but not very meaningful in terms of weather or climate history. … If there is a drought on the Colorado river it… Continue Reading
8.2.2022

US temperature readings are junk, negating climate science

“Anthony Watts has done it again. He and his intrepid brigade of field workers have done what the super rich US Global Change Research Program cannot seem to do, or does not want to do. They actually went out to see how well the Federal thermometers met the required performance standards. The thermometers fail, in… Continue Reading
8.2.2022

Inflation Reduction Act—or Radical Green New Deal?

“Make no mistake, the so-called Inflation Reduction Act unveiled Wednesday by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., will … increase the prices that Americans pay for energy, make the United States less energy secure, and do absolutely nothing for the environment. [T]he act would use $369 billion in taxpayer funding… Continue Reading

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