Global Warming, Global Myth, Part 2

Ours polaire (Ursus maritimus)

The global warming advocates make all sorts of false claims about dire consequences of global warming.  They claim it will result in the spread of malaria, food shortages, more human deaths, more violent weather, and a loss of biological diversity through the extinction of species.  All untrue.  The largest number of species — the greatest

Global Warming, Global Myth, Part 1

“Unless we announce disasters, no one will listen.”—Sir John Houghton, first chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and lead editor of its first three reports. During the 20th century, the earth warmed 0.6 degree Celsius (1 degree Farhenheit), but that warming was wiped out in a single year when January 2008 showed an

Uncommon Thoughts on Global Warming

Não precisa legenda - Antarctica

Despite all the scare stories about global warming, we are actually in an Ice Age. We are in a relatively warm period within a much larger incredibly cold period says geologist Dan Britt. In his lecture Orbits and Ice Ages: The History of Climate, he says “reading the rocks” gives us a really good record of

Nature is the Greatest Polluter

Blue Ridge Mountains

We began our posting on this blog on June 29, 2017 with this question: In a room 20 feet by 20 feet with a ten foot ceiling, how many matches would you have to light for the air in that room to have the same percentage of carbon dioxide as the atmosphere from the annual emissions

Quick Lesson On Wind Power

Frederick Lanchester

Frederick Lanchester Wind turbines are — and always will be — unable to achieve high efficiency even under the most favorable conditions. The obvious successes of past technologies have made politicians and environmentalists eager to be in the forefront of promoting futuristic schemes for their goals. Everyone wants to be on the side of the

The Agenda Behind Global Warming Alarmism


There is plenty of other evidence that CO2 is trivial to climate change. For starters: Water vapor is by far the most important greenhouse gas, providing 96% to 98% of any greenhouse effect. Here’s an intriguing question for you: In a room 20 feet by 20 feet with a ten foot ceiling, how many matches