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South Pole Hits Record Cold November Temperatures BY CHRIS MORRISON Extreme cold records continue to tumble at the South Pole. Three recent days – November 16th, 17th and 18th – have recorded a daily record, with the 18th plunging to –45.2°C, compared with –44.7°C on the same day in 1987. The records follow the six-month winter of 2020-21, which was the coldest since records […]

Now will you support the Green New Deal!? Climate activists (funded by Hollywood, billionaires & millionaires) throw flour on an Andy Warhol art exhibit in gallery in Milan

A BMW painted by renowned artist Andy Warhol was dusted with flour by climate change protesters in Milan — the latest in a string of stunts by activists targeting art — NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 19, 2022 LOOK: Security forces dragged out climate change activists from a gallery in Milan after throwing flour on an […]

Beyond Meat factory riddled with mold, other dirty conditions: leaked documents – More woes for Al Gore backed fake meat By Thomas Barrabi One of Beyond Meat’s key factories was reportedly riddled with mold, bacteria and other health-related concerns, according to leaked evidence provided by a former employee. A leaked internal document revealed Beyond Meat products manufactured at the plant had tested positive for the harmful bacteria Listeria at least 11 times in the […]

UN climate summit COP27 reporting emotes like a romance novel By BEEGE WELBORN Wow. Reuters is playing this last session of the U.N.’s Conference of the Parties (COP27) Climate Change Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt for all it’s worth, drama-wise. I can’t tell if the reporters originally started out writing bodice rippers for Harlequin…or wants to be hired by them. Negotiations, wheeling and dealing […]

‘One of the slowest wildfire seasons in years has come to an end in the West’ By BEEGE WELBORN Excerpt: I heard hardly any of that Dante’s Inferno rhetoric this past summer. Why was that? The fire season in the American West came and…just kinda went. WSJ: Wildfire Season in U.S. West Ends With Fewer Blazes, Less Damage – Rain and cooler temperatures bring drop in number of acres burned this year One of […]