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Climate change.

Have a good look at the  look at the image below. This is a map of North America as we believe it looked around 12,000 years ago. Notice glaciers covered nearly ALL of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. 100% of Canada, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisco...
by Take the red pill! on Mar 14, 2016

Prognosis 2012: Towards a New World Social Order

"Some of the biggest men in the United States are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere, so organised, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when...
by THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN on Feb 28, 2010

Banned Because of Global Warming

My friend Margo’s Maid over at the ShadowLands blog sent me an email early this morning with a link to one of his recent blog posts on what items have been banned, or called to be banned, because of global warming. While the list is still growing,...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 24, 2009

Banned Because of Global Warming

My friend Margo’s Maid over at the ShadowLands blog sent me an email early this morning with a link to one of his recent blog posts on what items have been banned, or called to be banned, because of... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the fu...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 24, 2009

Gore the Part-Time Climate Czar

While Gore denied any interest in being a part of Obama’s appointments in his administration after the election, the former Vice President is scheduled to appear before a Senate panel as a climate expert next Wednesday. Chairman of the Foreign Rel...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 22, 2009

Gore the Part-Time Climate Czar

While Gore denied any interest in being a part of Obama’s appointments in his administration after the election, the former Vice President is scheduled to appear before a Senate panel as a climate... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the full...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 22, 2009

Are carbon taxes the way to go?

For the record, tradeable emissions systems are more effective and ultimately, less costly to administer and grow. Carbon taxes (ct) are easy (to notice), familiar, and immediate. Anyone can tell you taxes reduce consumption/activity. The income tax...

Money a Bigger Incentive than Saving the Environment

File this under “D” for duh. A study conducted for the Energy Savings Trust of Scottish drivers found that 9 out of 10 would change their driving habits if if meant saving money but only a third... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the ful...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 16, 2009

Money a Bigger Incentive than Saving the Environment

File this under “D” for duh. A study conducted for the Energy Savings Trust of Scottish drivers found that 9 out of 10 would change their driving habits if if meant saving money but only a third... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the ful...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 16, 2009

Money a Bigger Incentive than Saving the Environment

File this under “D” for duh. A study conducted for the Energy Savings Trust of Scottish drivers found that 9 out of 10 would change their driving habits if if meant saving money but only a third recognized cutting emissions as an important reaso...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 16, 2009

CO2 Capture Device Back in the News

While I’ve touched on carbon capture devices in the past and how they’ve been denounced again and again and again by environmentalists, particle physicist Klaus Lackner of Columbia University understands their practicality in removing carbon diox...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 12, 2009

CO2 Capture Device Back in the News

While I’ve touched on carbon capture devices in the past and how they’ve been denounced again and again and again by environmentalists, particle physicist Klaus Lackner of Columbia University... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the full st...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 12, 2009

Kyoto, A Perspective: Part 5

In this week’s Kyoto Files, Tony explores the three possibilities of how a carbon tax could be implemented, and what each would mean. Also, changing light bulbs is good, but people aren’t really... ** Visit SkepticsGlobalWarming.com for the ful...
by Skeptics Global Warming on Jan 5, 2009


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