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Prominent Geologist Dr. Robert Giegengack dissents – Laments ‘hubris’ of those who ‘believe that we can ‘control’ climate – Denounces ‘semi-religious campaign’

Special to Climate Depot By Geologist Dr. Robert Giegengack – Former chair of Department of Earth and Environmental Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Giegengack has done field research on six continents, conducted peer-review studies on the geological archives of climate and spent much of his academic career doing field work on the history of […]

Analysis: Why Climate Science Peer Review Is Worthless Why Climate Science Peer Review Is Worthless By Tony Heller Climate science has no system of checks and balances.  The people who write climate models are the same ones who evaluate themselves, and then journalists parrot what the modelers say, and refuse to print any other opinions. In-depth: Scientists discuss how to improve climate […]

VA, DC mulling a ‘cap-and-trade plan that could see drivers paying more at the pump’ New Gas Tax? Here’s Why VA, DC Could Pay More At The Pump: Report Virginia and Washington, DC are part of a plan that could lead to higher prices at the gas pump. Here’s how and when, according to a report. By Deb Belt, Patch Staff Nov 11, 2019 9:30 am ET | Updated Nov 11, 2019 […]

NPR Invents Fake Italy Wine Crisis Due to ‘Global Warming’ – But ‘global wine production set a new record’ By James Taylor |November 7th, 2019|Climate|2 Comments There they go again. National Public Radio published an article on its website claiming global warming is wreaking havoc on Italian wine production and forcing producers to seek new ways to protect their grapes. Yet the objective data show wine production in Italy, the rest of Europe, and the rest of […]

Sale of indulgences dominates Madrid climate summit By David Wojick |November 7th, 2019|Climate|9 Comments In Madrid the negotiators will be trying hard to finalize the Paris Accord emission trading scheme. The non-binding Paris Accord targets may have big bucks value for some developing countries and this has led to a paralyzing controversy. Emission trading means any country that does better than their target […]

Does one ten thousandth of the atmosphere control Earth’s thermostat? By Dr. Jay Lehr |November 8th, 2019|Climate|501 Comments There exists a belief that we are living in a world threatened by an important molecule that makes life possible on this planet⏤carbon dioxide. To save the earth many believe we must transform society by shutting down the use of oil and natural gas which has improved life of modern […]

Our ancestors were grateful for global warming By Larry Bell |November 9th, 2019|Climate|6 Comments It’s important to realize that global temperatures and atmospheric CO2 levels have fluctuated greatly through entirely natural causes over hundreds, thousands, and millions of years. This began long before humankind lit cave fires, ancient Romans donned cool togas and sandals, or Icelandic Vikings tended cattle, sheep and goats on previously warm […]

Analysis: 11,000 alleged scientist warning of ‘climate emergency’ is lobbying for ‘social and economic justice for all’ Scientists and Their Petitions By Donna Laframboise Most of the Alliance of World Scientists 23,000 members DID NOT sign the climate emergency petition. But professional journalists didn’t notice. Many scientists are now activists. They’re just another flavour of politician. Armed with a particular worldview, they’re willing to do questionable things to advance that worldview […]

Socialist Hell: Living in Post-Electricity Venezuela By  CHRISTIAN K. CARUZO CARACAS – Venezuela has always had trouble maintaining a functional power grid. I lived in the city of Punto Fijo from 1992 to 1996, blackouts were occasional back then. But those woes of times past are nothing compared to the catastrophic collapse of our power grid that started almost a […]