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UK Guardian activists hope Coronavirus lockdown becomes climate lockdown: ‘What was once impossible (socialist, reckless) now turns out not to be, at all’

How climate bedwetters hope to translate the #coronavirus lockdown into a climate lockdown: "What was once impossible (socialist, reckless) now turns out not to be, at all." All their words. — Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 13, 2020 The Guardian view on the climate and coronavirus: global warnings Editorial Steep falls in emissions have been […]

New Studies: Europe Is No Warmer Today Than It Was During Medieval Times By Kenneth Richard Two new papers use tree ring proxy evidence to suggest modern European temperatures are neither unusual nor higher than they were during the Medieval Warm Period. Image Source: Esper et al. (2020) Esper et al. (2020) have produced a new temperature reconstruction for Southern Europe to complement past reconstructions for Northern and Central […]

Japan minister: UN Paris accord under threat if coronavirus trumps ‘climate change’

#Coronavirus didn't kill the #ParisClimateHoax. It was dead from the start. BTW… Japan is building 20 new coal plants. — Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 13, 2020 TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi warned on Monday that the Paris climate accord could face death if steps to fight global warming were put on […]

Fred Singer RIP: Man’made climate change fears are ‘nonsense’ My Long Goodbye to S. Fred Singer By Marc Sheppard The first time I laid eyes on climate science pioneer Fred Singer was in a scenic elevator at the Marriot Marquis in NYC, in March of 2008.  The hotel was hosting the premiere International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC), and I was there to cover […]

Fred Singer: 1924-2020 – By Dr. Lubos Motl I only learned the sad news today: the A1-class atmospheric physicist Fred Singer died in his sleep (that’s how you want to do it) on April 6th. He was 95.5. I was fortunate to know him closely since 2007. See Marc Sheppard’s “My Long Good-Bye to S. Fred Singer” in the American […]

A Tribute to Fred Singer By Princeton physicist Will Happer: ‘It is a rare academic who knows even a fraction of what Fred knows about climate science’ A Tribute to Fred Singer By his friend, William Happer 11 April 2020, Princeton, New Jersey Fred Singer has fought the good fight, he has run the race, he has kept the faith. Now history will judge him. As the years pass, I am confident that Fred’s positive contributions to his generation will be […]

Heartland launches 22 climate science ‘gatebreakers’ – ‘A true wealth of important skeptical material’ By David Wojick |April 10th, 2020| “Gatebreaker” is a word I use to describe a special kind of document that until recently has been few and far between. It is a one or two page nontechnical refutation of a specific alarmist argument. It is something a student or citizen can use to confront an alarmist gatekeeper, […]

AAA Texas: Gasoline Demand Is At Lowest Level In 52 Years (1968) Due To Coronavirus Pandemic (CBSDFW.COM) – As gas prices continue to fall throughout Texas, demand for gasoline has significantly fallen as more people are forced to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic. AAA Texas reports the national demand for gasoline has hit its lowest point since 1968 and that it is expected to continue decreasing as stay-at-home orders remain […]

Marie Claire mag: Meet ‘the Women Fighting to Save the World’ – ‘As of 2019, the world could no longer deny we are in a climate crisis’ By The Marie Claire Mag Editors As of 2019, the world could no longer deny we are in a climate crisis. It was the year we said enough is enough. Greta Thunberg became the embodiment of our outrage when she said, “How dare you!” to world leaders. I am confident that this year we […]