Global Warming: Science versus Fraud

We keep hearing that the threat of global warming is supported by an overwhelming consensus of scientists. Who are these scientists? The media never tells us. They talk about 2,500 scientists endorsing the warming claims of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) but never mention the fraud in those claims (See http://www.amlibpub.com/liberty_blog/2007/02/ipcc-global-warming-report.html). Nor do they

Global Warming: A Scheme to Redistribute Wealth

As the “science” behind man-made global warming has been increasingly discredited, the story has changed. Now it’s not about saving the environment but about redistributing wealth, says a leading member of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Ottmar Edenhofer, a co-chair of the IPCC’s Working Group III and a lead author of the

Global Warming, Global Myth, Part 3

Some scientists skillfully utilize the news media to promote a view of carbon dioxide and global warming that ignores contrary evidence or pretends it doesn’t even exist.  The media suck this up, puke it all over the airwaves and the newspapers, and the public, not knowing any better and awed by these scientists with Ph.D.s,

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

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