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Climate Science sources

Skeptics on Climate Science...

https://www.heartland.org/news-opinion/news/transforming-the-science-use...

There's quite a few topics here. I didn't know the Larsen crack dated back to the 1980s...

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More info and data on climate
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Who wants to get their

Who wants to get their knuckles rapped?

Al Gore will be on, inconveniently, with Terry Gross (NPR), Wednesday, depending on your market. The clip I heard was all fire and brimstone and Al has got some harsh words for you . .

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http://notrickszone.com

http://notrickszone.com/climate-scandals/#sthash.z2zLIEkC.hPkKDA2e.dpbs

129 Climate Science Scandals.

Pick one......

1. NEW! 1010-gate (aka Splatter-gate) NoTricksZone and media silence (NoTricksZone) and Pachauri sensitize children (NoTricksZone and media bias (WUWT). Hate, intolerance, and violence are embedded in the psyche of the environmental movement, as the following promo video illustrates.

4. AIT-gate (SPPI) and British High Court (Telegraph)
35 errors or gross exaggerations are found in Al Gore’s Oscar winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth.

10.Australia-gate Jo Nova and here (climategate.com) and here (WUWT)
Australia temperature adjusted upwards to show more warming.

18. NEW! Canada-temperature-gate (WUWT)
Canadian weather data is a mess.

29. Copenhagen Limo-gate (Telegraph)
Governments and activists that demand we stop emitting CO2 book all limos in Copenhagen.

60. Hockey-stick-gate (American Thinker) and here (Daily Mail) and here WCR.
Michael Mann produces the faulty and fraudulent hockey stick graph.

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This is what American thinker

This is what American thinker thinks….

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/08/are_climate_warriors_giv...

Climate change warriors have transitioned from being motivated and enthusiastic to despondent and fatalistic.

Why are these temperature limits important? Two degrees is the threshold for “dangerous climate change.” A point beyond which recovery may be impossible. They go further stating that 1.5 degrees is, “how much global warming the world has already committed to.” In other words, 1.5 degrees of warming is a given, baked in to the future. It’s that last half degree that is either our salvation or our doom.

As if the planet’s temperature never before rose by a few degrees over a period of time. How did those ice ages ever end?

Remember how head honcho climate change warrior Al Gore predicted in 2006 that that, “unless drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gases are taken within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return.” How did that prediction turn out?

Did we truly hit the “point of no return” last year? The scientists in the Washington Post article think so. Is there a good definition of what this “point of no return” actually is?

The New York Times assuredly predicted, “The end of snow” in 2014. Really? Snow skiing this year extended into summer in Colorado and California.

ABC News in 2008 told viewers that by 2015, New York City would be under several feet of water due to rising sea levels. As well as $9 per gallon gas and $13 per gallon milk. Not quite.

Even heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, in July 2009 told an audience that we had just 96 months to save the world. Meaning that the world should have ended a few weeks ago. Oh well.

So which is it? Are we beyond the point of no return? In which case, we should just accept our fate. Or is this just the latest scare tactic in the game of trying to predict a phenomenon beyond our ability to understand or control? Can’t have it both ways.

Brian C Joondeph, MD, MPS, a Denver based physician and writer. Follow him on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

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Greetings from coastal North

Greetings from coastal North Dakota!

North Dakota was once home to giant sea creatures, and fossil hunters from all over are helping dig them up

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" . . On a foggy summer morning, paleontologists with the North Dakota Geological Survey spend a few moments with tourists who have come here from across the country to find their fossils."
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Party like it's 80 million years ago!

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